Workers cannot get professional training in makerspaces

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Many workers, both unemployed ones and employees of companies that would benefit by adopting some form of (DIY or not) digital manufacturing could easily get the necessary training inside the nearest makerspace. However, current regulations, trade unions policies, national contracts, safety regulations etc... make it harder, and sometimes forbid, employers or trade unions to organize such activities, that is to officially send their employees/members to e.g a 3D printing course organized by a makerspace, in the makerspace premises.

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