How to network young professionals from the field of culture and creative industries and how to get a job in the area in which they were educated were some of the topics of the multiplier event “Partnership for Creative Apprenticeships” (P4CA). The event was held on June 17, 2022, at the Miejski Ośrodek Kultury i Sportu in Pyskowice, Silesia region, with almost 50 guests.
P4CA is a transnational project developed within the Erasmus + EU program, whose goal was to apply new models to support quality and effective internships in the creative and cultural sector by building the skills of trainers and trainee trainers. The project promoted the application of the European Quality Framework for the apprenticeship industry and creative sector in six European countries: Great Britain, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Slovakia, and North Macedonia. The “Partnership for Creative Internships” project has provided training resources, mobility for international exchange of practices, and a path to confirm and accredit their competencies acquired by extra-institutional work in the creative and cultural sector.
With the multiplier event in Poland, PC4A promoted the benefits of co-creation and piloting innovative, collaborative approaches to delivering work-based learning through clusters, networks, and hubs.
To learn more about the project: https://www.p4ca.eu/