Request for Proposals: Competence Hub courses subtitles to RIS countries languages

The EIT Urban Mobility Competence Hub provides cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary, cross-organisational learning experiences for professionals, executives, city-officials, and more broadly anyone working in the field of urban mobility.  It leverages the expertise, needs, and diversity of EIT Urban Mobility’s unique network of 85+ European companies, research institutions, universities, and cities, to highlight key topics and build innovative and impactful training solutions.   

The Competence Hub is offering accredited online training programmes on urban mobility. The Small Online Courses (SOCs) are targeting the most interesting and critical urban mobility topics. These small online training modules are designed to be completed in a few days or weeks.  Each course presents a compelling and thorough overview of the main underlying concepts, the most important topics of debate, as well as testimonials from renowned academics and practitioners.     

Apart from the SOCs, the Competence Hub is also proposing as online training programmes a variety of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Completed in a few weeks or months, MOOCs are providing a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of key urban mobility challenges. Each MOOC is the fruit of extensive research and collaboration from high-calibre scholars as well as experienced practitioners working in both the public and private sectors. The successful completion of the course may also be certified.

In order to reach a wider audience through SOCs and MOOCs, EIT Urban Mobility is looking for a company to provide the video translations for some of the courses produced by EIT Urban Mobility Competence Hub. The required translation package will include the RIS country languages: Spanish, Polish, Turkish, Italian, Portuguese, Slovakian, Croatian, Latvian; and French.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 24 October 2022 at 16:00 Central European Time.