Intellectual Output  

The intellectual output produced as part of the funding project is available for download on this page.  The entire intellectual output can be used by anyone under the Creative Commen license CC BY-NC-SA

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Moodle platform and AR app

!!The Moodle platform and the AR app are available through the following links!!

Click here to get access to the Moodle platform. The platform is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and German and can be downloaded (.mbz-file) in a single language version or in one multi-language version.
In order to get a first impression of the Moodle platform, there is also the option of registering on the ISQ Moodle platform.

The AR app can be downloaded via the QR codes below or directly from the GooglePlayStore. Please note that the installion on Android 12 or higher devices will start automatically while the installation on Android 11 or lower devices must be done manually.  Please also note that not every device will support augmented reality apps. This link shows the list of supported devices.

                                             Android 12 or higher                                                                                            Android 11 or lower


For using the app, you will need the following maps:



The following documents describe the training programme on prevention of occupational hazards in composite manufacturing that are developed by the DITMEP project. The programme is designed to support blended-learning activities in EQF level 3, either as part of vocational education and training, or as part of non-formal trainings.

English version
Spanish version
German version

In the field of occupational safety training, we have developed a modular training course on the Moodle platform, which consists of 2 blocks with a total of 8 units:

Block 1: General risks
• Unit 1: Basic concepts on safety and health
• Unit 2: General risks and their prevention
• Unit 3: Prevention and safety against COVID 19

Block 2: Specific risks in composite manufacturing
• Unit 4: Risks associated with workplaces and work surfaces
• Unit 5: Risks associated with work equipment
• Unit 6: Risks linked to the use of chemical products
• Unit 7: Personal protection elements (PPEs) and safety clothing
• Unit 8: Signposting a polyester workshop

The full training course is available in English, Spanish, German and Portuguese. The theoretical content can be studied directly on the Moodle platform or downloaded to local storage. The theoretical content on the Moodle platform is kept interactive, so that questions can be answered while reading.
In addition to the theoretical content, there are various games and/or questions for each module, which can be used to test and deepen what has been learned. Each unit has an area where the teacher can upload further teaching material.
The augmented reality app is developed for units 7 and 8. In the "Personal Protective Equipment" area, the students have to choose the correct protective equipment in a fiber composite workshop, which must be worn in a specific area (e.g. in the warehouse or in the mixing area). In the "Signage" section, select the appropriate signs that must be displayed at the entrance to a specific area.


Pilot tests

After completion of the online learning platform and the augmented reality app, these were tested by some project partners as part of so-called pilot tests:

• CETMAR carried out the pilot test with students from the Axiola Training Center, which offers courses in wood, composite materials, electrical and mechanical installations, sails, pneumatics and fishing nets. The content was integrated into the existing courses. Students provided extensive feedback on the Moodle platform and AR app.
• RSC conducted the pilot test with 12 people. 2 people took on the role of a trainer and 10 people took on the role of a student. The participants came from the renewable energy sector. After the participants were familiar with the Moodle platform and the app, the participants could use both for several days. At the end of the week, experiences were exchanged and some suggestions for improvement and wishes were expressed.
• ISQ carried out the pilot test in two steps. First, a meeting was held with the trainers and some trainees to introduce the Moodle platform, the AR app and the many ways in which the learning units can be integrated into the existing courses. In the second step, the trainers integrated the materials into their planned course and played them through with their students.



We developed some guidelines for using the Moodle platform and the AR app. On the one handside there is a guideline for the trainers showing how to implememt the DITMEP Moodle platform on an individual Moodle and how to invite students to the course. On the other hand there is a guidelines for students showing how to use the DITMEP Moodle. The third guideline is for the AR app, showing how to install the App and how to use the app. All guidelines are available in the consortium languages (Spanish, German, Portuguese) and English.

Guidelines for the trainer

Guidelines for the students

Guidelines for the AR app


The DITMEP project also developed some videotutorials  te get familiar with the Moodle platform and the AR app. They are also available on our YouTube-Channel. The videos are in Spanish language with German or English subtitle.

Videotutorial 1 - Moodle

Videotutorial 2 - AR app

Additional videos

We created some more videos about DITMEP.