Work Packages and tasks have been designed given the expertise and talents of each partner or sectoral representative. The H/VET and training center staff offer expertise on pedagogical design, and are the main developers of WP2 while relevant Applied Information and Communication Technology representatives offers key input for the development of IoT solutions (WP4). HE and VET Centers will collaborate with the sectoral representatives, each with their specific technical experience to design the best training materials for the development of digital transformation competence for OT/IT EQF level 4-5+ technicians. AM sectoral partner AFM and associated partners, with their network, have contributed specifically to the design of WP2. A Digital Transformation Skills Index – around which the whole DTAM curriculum has been built, has also be mentored and has validated the completed curriculum.

WP1 – Project Management and Coordination has ensured efficient organization, communication, and coordination of the project within the partnership and with the funding authorities.
WP2 – DTAM Methodology and Curriculum has designed and created an integral package of tools to support the curriculum content development and the most effective delivery for staff benefitting all learners (both in formal courses and in self-learning scenarios).
WP3 – DTAM Training Materials has taken evidence-based input from the Digital Transformation Skills Index to decide on and build the precise training content of the DTAM curriculum to be developed.
WP4 – DTAM IoT HUB has seen the short term creation/development of partner DTAM IoT labs and the midterm expansion of IoT labs available for learners upon launch and growth of the DTAM International Network of IoT labs.
WP5 – DTAM Pilot Testing has organized the strategic, progressive testing of the DTAM curriculum the DTAM IoT hub, and partner labs in IVET and CVET courses in EL/ES/IT/NL partner and associated centers.
WP6 – Quality Assurance and Risk Management has closely followed the EQAVET Model and has developed Quality Assurance Guidelines and a Risk Management Plan that have drawn the framework for the solid development of the DTAM project and processes.
WP7 – Dissemination, Exploitation and Sustainability has aimed at generating a strategy and tools for the dissemination of the project outcomes as well as for its sustainability and exploitation at the regional, national, and EU levels.