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About the webinar

In this recorded webinar, expert professors and speakers from Chalmers University of Technology, Halmstad University and SKF will share valuable insights on strategic upskilling, proactive skill gap identification, and real-world applications in shaping future manufacturing. Understand the role of advanced technology in modern manufacturing. 

  • Why does industry need to upskill its employees? Demographic challenges force the industry to upskill existing employees in critical areas. Learn what high tech and deep tech skills are required for the future of manufacturing.

  • How to identify the need and extent of upskilling? Learn to assess and bridge internal skill gaps within your organization.

  • Real-world examples and insights from SKF - what deep tech competencies are becoming increasingly central at SKF?

  • Discover how Ingenjör4.0's upskilling modules can help your organization.

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Our expert speakers


Elisabet Svensson
Global Head of Technology Academy
at SKF Group


Magnus Wahlgård
Delivery Manager Future Factory
at SKF Group


Johan Stahre
Professor of Production Systems at
Chalmers University of Technology


Greta Braun
PhD Student, Division of Production Systems at Chalmers University of Technology


Bengt-Göran Rosen
Professor at
Halmstad University


Noonie Berthome
Customer Success Manager
at Collegial

About Ingenjör4.0

Ingenjör4.0 is an upskilling program aimed for professionals with an engineering background. They offer organizations to take part of their web-based learning modules, led by prominent teachers from Swedish universities, that will enable you to develop the knowledge and skill sets needed for future manufacturing.

The upskilling program is a direct response to identifies skill gaps in Sweden. The initiative will increase the competitiveness of the Swedish industry and strengthens Sweden’s role as an international innovation and digitalisation leader. Ingenjör4.0 was initiated by The Swedish Production Academy within the strategic innovation programme Produktion2030. Since the start in 2020, engineers from companies like Sandvik and Volvo have started their upskilling journey with Ingenjör4.0.