The 4th Congress of Education of Erasmus+ took place on September 30th, 2021 in an online form. Wenancjusz Ochmann, the vice president of the ARTeria Foundation, participated in it.
The event was launched with the honorary guests – Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education, and Youth, and Ph. D. Paweł Poszytek, the Director-General of the National Agency of the Erasmus+ programme, and the European Solidarity Corps.
During the next part, ‘New perspectives for education’ in the perspective of 2021-2027 were presented. Then, thematic sessions took place – Wenancjusz Ochmann participated in the 3rd session, concerned with digital transformation. It was dedicated to programmes supporting the quality of digital learning, and its influence on the approach to education. This session was particularly important in light of the current ARTeria Foundation’s projects – for instance, among others, DigiKommune, which aims to support female artists and creatives in digitalising their businesses in the post-covid reality. During the event, sessions about the European Day of Languages took place, as well as interviews with the invited guests.