Creative Center Ruse finished GAME DESIGN training course

At the beginning of January Mr Kalin Minev announced in Radio Ruse and public media about the successful completion of first level of the training course in game design that was organised by Creative Center Ruse and Human Resources Development Agency Ruse under CODE project.

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Digital Economy and Society Index 2021: overall progress in digital transition but need for new EU-wide efforts

On 12 November 2021, the Commission published the results of the 2021 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), which tracks the progress made in EU Member States in digital competitiveness in the areas of human capital, broadband connectivity, the integration of digital technologies by businesses and digital public services. The DESI 2021 reports present data from the first or second quarter of 2020 for the most part, providing some insight into key developments in the digital economy and society during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the effect of COVID-19 on the use and supply of digital services and the results of policies implemented since then are not captured in the data, and will be more visible in the 2022 edition.

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Solutions promoted CODE motivational platform to stakeholders

On 14 December 2021 Dr. Plamen Panayotov of Solutions Brief Therapy and Counselling Centre – Ruse attended an on-line meeting organized by the Bulgarian Music Therapy Association. 80 psychologists, therapists, counselors, teachers, and experts in the field of psychological assistance from all over Bulgaria and abroad took part in it.

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CODE Game Design Training Course Have Started

On November 10, Human Resources Development Agency officially started the first level of the online course in Game Design. The training is completely free and is aimed at creative and ambitious young people from the city of Ruse and the region, who due to financial, health or other reasons do not have the opportunity to continue their education or to participate in specialized training courses.

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Creative Center Ruse will cooperate with the Municipality of Ruse in the application of innovative training methods

Last week the team of Creative Center Ruse met with representatives of the Municipality of Ruse, where they discussed future partnerships for developing trainings in the field of creative industries and the introduction of innovative teaching methods for students.

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