Evaluation of the Rami 4.0 architecture course offered by the campus Manaus District Industrial of IFAM
Keywords:Course evaluation; Rami 4.0; Satisfaction assessment; Capacitation course; Extension course.
This study aimed to evaluate some fundamental aspects of the course on Rami 4.0 architecture offered by the Campus Manaus Industrial District of IFAM. These aspects include a) the sociodemographic characteristics of the participants to compose their profile (to know the subjects discussed that were most interesting to them and those that are likely to be part of their portfolios of products and services to be offered to their applicants), b) to know the degree of satisfaction with the course, and c) what needs to be done to make the course even better. The data were collected through a mixed questionnaire, prepared and tested specifically for this purpose. The course participants conducted the survey on the right day and time. The sociodemographic results were a) the predominance of young, b) people and adults in the same proportion, c) a predominance of men, d) almost all exercising professional activity, e) the majority graduating for less than ten years, and f) less than five years of professional practice. The explanatory results were that only one had prior knowledge of Rami 4.0, the main reason for taking the course was to gain a new understanding, and the most exciting and most important subject was digital connectivity. The evaluative results satisfied the course and the need to work practically on the contents. The conclusion shows that the course achieved its intended objective: to make the Rami 4.0 architecture known to the participants.
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