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Training in standardisation

Webinars for stakeholders in standardisation

​ UNE organises free online seminars (webinars) for professionals involved in technical standardisation committees.

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Special interest groups for training in subjects related to standardisation

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To help professionals who want be up-to-date in standardisation matters, there are two courses offered through the AENOR training catalogue.

These courses address, to varying degrees, the knowledge necessary to understand the standardisation system and include short workshops on social skills.

As they are modular, both courses can be customised to combine their contents and they are also available in an in-company setting. These custom-made courses are especially recommendable for associations to offer them to their members and for companies that have several people who are involved in standardisation or who actively use technical standards.

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There are a plethora of positive synergies and interactions between standardisation and the university, and they have been empirically proven in many cases, such as through a connection between standardisation andR&D&I.

Standardisation can be integrated into the university context through many activities, ranging from motivational talks, to the use of standards in subjects, the integration of standardisation into subjects, master's degree courses, or even as a subject itself. Similarly, the approach varies, ranging from handling a specific standard to the strategic use of standardisation, or the use of standardisation as a tool for teaching specific skills; negotiation, communication, etc.

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Public Administration

Standardisation is an activity regulated by the administration which, in turn, frequently uses standardisation and the quality infrastructure. It participates with more than 1,000 representatives in technical standardisation committees. The Administration usually uses standards in legislation, as examples of more than 6,000 standards are cited in Spanish legislation, and in purchasing documents.

Improving the Administration's knowledge and its use of standardisation is also an objective of the Joint Initiative on Standardisation. and its signatories; therefore, UNE offers a practical workshop that can be customised and given at any location. Face-to-face and online courses that focused on the law and other public acquirement were carried out.

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Norma and the Mystery of the lost train

A partir de una sugerencia planteada en el Foro UNE de Educación Universitaria sobre Estandarización (EUE), la Asociación Española de Normalización, UNE, y la Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR) han desarrollado un juego gratuito de sala de escape.

El personaje deberá seguir las pistas y resolver los acertijos hasta encontrar un vagón de metro desaparecido. Al ir avanzando, se dará cuenta de hasta que punto la normalización está presente en nuestras vidas.

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Academic award

UNE has opened the call for the 3rd Award for academic papers on standardisation. Students with a Master's dissertation, end-of-degree project or essay linked to standardisation from any Spanish university can participate in this award.

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Standards and University Quality (CINECU)

On 4 and 5 November, the 6th International Congress on Standardisation, Standards and University Quality (CINECU) will take place online.

This year, the congress is being organised by UNE and the UNED and has 11 speakers who will be dealing, from different points of view, with university relations, standardisation and R&D+i. The international vision is ensured with the participation of the head of training of the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) and the heads of international relations at the Rosstandart Academy in Russia and the Bogotá Central Technical Institute in Colombia.

The CINECU will open with the link between standardisation and R&D+i and its reflection on the assessment of the congress research activity, by the Director of the Office of Research Results Transfer of UNED and the Deputy Vice President of CRUE Spanish Universities.

In addition to the traditional presentations, two round tables have been scheduled to discuss the participation of universities in standardisation and reciprocal impacts. As in previous years, registration will be free after subscribing via the programme link.