In regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, the next international meeting of the steering group of the “Learn to Create – promoting Work-based Learning in Europe’s Cultural and Creative Industries” project took place in the form of an on-line conference (instead of the scheduled meeting in Matera). The event was organised on June 4th 2020, all partner organisations’ representatives were present.
During the meeting, matters of organisation were discussed, associated with management, popularising and promoting, monitoring and evaluation. The partners were primarily focused on working on intellectual results of IO2 (teaching programme) and IO3 (educational platform and a ‘mixed’ programme with offline workshops).
„Learn to Create – promoting Work-based Learning in Europe’s Cultural and Creative Industries” is an international partnership, which aims to create and test a new method of working for trainers and mentors that support interns through their activity in European creative and cultural industries. These actions lead to increased productivity and increased economic competition. The LEARN2CREATE partnership – Materahub (Italy), Rinova Limited (Great Britain), Dimitra Education&Consulting (Greece), Regionalna Rozvojova Agentura Senec-Pezinok (Slovakia), Innogate to Europe (Spain) and the ARTeria Foundation – the leader of the project – connects three fields: experts of the cultural and creative sectors, training and educational institutions as well as organisations experienced in creating and developing innovative methods of work-based learning. The project is co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. We invite you to the project site and its FB profile.