November 20, 2018
Info Day Live Skills | 20 November 2018
The National Institute for Cultural Research and Training and FAIR-MediaSind have organised the second info session (Info Day) on the European project Live Skills. The info session took place on Tuesday, the 20th of November 2018, in Bucharest.
The Live Skills project approaches the lack of skills identified and addresses the demand of new skills in two subsectors: audio-visual (AV) and live performance (LP), within the wider framework of the cultural and creative sectors (CCS). Live Skills surveys the needs of the market and contributes to the acquisition of digital skills, handling the new technologies, arts management and improvement of entrepreneurial abilities. Thus, the chances for employment and mobility are improved for the professionals and students who are being trained in the CCS. Technically, the Live Skills project creates and tests new innovative curricula for the professions of Sound Manager and Film / Video Editor from the two subsectors of the CCS: audio-visual (AV) and live performance (LP), thus increasing the competitiveness of the sector and allowing the future construction of a vibrant, durable creative and cultural sector.
The project is coordinated by the British Council and benefits by the involvement of nine partners from four countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and United Kingdom), as well as of two associated partners at European level (www.live-skills.eu/about/partners).
A series of training courses in the field of audio-visual and live performances will be organised within the European project Live Skills.
The second Info Day took place in Bucharest, on Tuesday, the 20th of November 2018, at the HQ of the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training, hrs. 12:00-17:00, Room 202, 2nd Floor (No. 22, Unirii Blvd., entry from Mircea Vodă Blvd.)
More information available on NIRCT’s website: www.culturadata.ro/liveskills
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