OASIS actively participated in the DTAM training event, an Erasmus+ project designed to introduce a novel curriculum in digital transformation specifically aimed at providing high-quality training for mid-to-high-level technicians specializing in key enabling technologies for Advanced Manufacturing. During this event, OASIS showcased some of its pilot projects within the realms of smart buildings and smart agriculture. Notably, Spiros Sirmakessis, representing the University of Peloponnese, presented the OASIS methodology, which is designed to instill an entrepreneurial culture within the university community. This methodology holds great potential as it can serve as a catalyst for impacting the DTAM Training Methodology and Curriculum. This, in turn, will provide valuable support to Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers, learners, and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) engaged in the digitalization of manufacturing processes. Furthermore, it will contribute to the development of comprehensive strategies for knowledge expansion and curriculum enhancement in this crucial domain.