The map of needs and factors in work-based learning process in cultural and creative sector

More and more young Europeans choose work in the cultural and creative sector and have to face such problems as working on projects, not having permanent job contracts, being employed part-time. Additionally, these people must have – as a result of the specific features of the CCIs – a wide array of digital, traditional, general, and specialist skills. After over a year of work together our partnership is now developing a training package, which combines non formal (offline) workshops and online learning for VET Educators to foster their competences and skills on promotion of WBL in CCI. It is based on results of a needs analysis reported in each of the partner countries. These were then used to write a summary report, which brings together our findings and shows best practices in WBL in CCI.


The historical and the contemporary context of a mentor

Going back to Greek mythology, in Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey, Mentor was a trusted friend of Odysseus. When the latter was about to set out for the Trojan War with his allies, he entrusted the education of his beloved son, Telemachus under the care of a guardian called Mentor, whose job was to protect and guide him. The goddess Athena assumed the form of Mentor and cared for Odysseus son, Telemachus, until the war’s conclusion. Mentor is portrayed as a man, but the mythology wants it that it was goddess Athena shapeshifting into a wise and protective version of mentor.


Second L2C Partnership meeting in Bratislava

The second transnational partnership meeting of the ‘Learn to Create – promoting Work-based Learning in Europe’s Cultural and Creative Industries’ took place in Bratislava (October 10th-11th, 2019), and Rozvojova Agentura Senec-Pezinok was our host. The representatives of all partners summarised on the most important findings in their national reports and the conclusions in the methodology concept were presented. We also focused on discussing the next project activities.


How cultural and creative industries can power human development in the 21st Century

Cultural and creative industries, which include arts and crafts, advertising, design, entertainment, architecture, books, media and software, have become a vital force in accelerating human development. They empower people to take ownership of their own development and stimulate the innovation that can drive inclusive sustainable growth. If well-nurtured, the creative economy can be a source of structural economic transformation, socio-economic progress, job creation and innovation while contributing to social inclusion and sustainable human development. It is thus not by chance that the 2004 UNDP Human Development Report makes a case for respecting diversity and building more inclusive societies through policies that recognize cultural differences and multicultural perspectives.

Educational workshop for NGO staff in Athens

On Wednesday, February the 10th at 15:00, the Educational Organization "DIMITRA" organizes a workshop in our offices in Athens for the presentation of the “Human Rights in Practice” guide.

NGOs personnel, involved in the integration of immigrants, will be trained during the workshop in strengthening techniques as well as in the use of a new innovative educational tool that has been developed. It is a tool that decisively contributes to the education of immigrants on their basic rights such as health, education, food and shelter and the step-by-step integration into the Greek society.


The second Newsletter of the european project PR ERF

This is the second Newsletter of the European project PR-ERF: Practical Methodology for Acquiring KCs of ERF through Continuous Vocational Education and Training. PR-ERF is a 2 years Leonardo Da Vinci TOI European project coordinated by FOLKSUNIVERSITETET. Organizations from Sweden, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, The Netherlands, participate in the project. To open it please click on the link on the bottom side of your


CERF: Best Practice Project

CERF: Certification Standard for European Reference Framework Key Competences project has been chosen as the Best Practice project representing our country as an example of excellence, for the last phase of implementation of Leonardo Programme 2013-2017in the “Best of ADAM - Innovative products for vocational education”.

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