February 1, 2020
Live Skills Workshops
The European LIVE SKILLS project, part of the Erasmus + EACEA Program, was extended until May 2020. The project partners – the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training and FAIR-MediaSind – are currently carrying out the latest activities dedicated to exploiting the results of the project and its sustainability through four events. common.
Today, January 30th, 2020, between 12:30 and 17:00, in the Conference Room of the “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum, Bucharest, two events were held, a workshop-demonstration with the theme: “Development of the vocational training system in the Culture and Media sector” and a “tester” workshop, dedicated to cultural marketing, both supported by Dr. Alexndra Zbuchea.
The event was attended by cultural professionals, trainers, teachers, museum specialists, representatives of the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training, journalists and media people, guests of FAIR–MediaSind.
The set of joint events includes two more workshops, one focused on public policy dialogue in relation to the training of professionals in the fields of audio-visual and performing arts, scheduled to take place in mid-February, in Sinaia, and a second workshop-demonstration with one of the themes the modules of the curricula developed by specialists in cultural entrepreneurship, new digital technologies and artistic production management, which have enjoyed a great popularity among the INCFC public, respectively of the professionals in the field of culture and students of the vocational faculties.
The Live Skills project is coordinated by the British Council Brussels and involves nine partners from four countries Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and the United Kingdom. From Romania, next to the National Institute of Cultural Research and Training is present FAIR–MediaSind, as a social partner.
We will keep you updated with information on the calendar of the following events within the European Live Skills project.
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