Thanks to the Antform training institution and CETMA - European Research Center for Design and Materials Technologies- technical and logistical support, the Municipality of Cursi has organized two professional licensing courses for students aged between 18 and 29.
This is great opportunity for all of those that want to learn and get a professional qualification to facilitate their entry into the world of work. The CODE Project - Competence Opportunities for Digital Employment - includes courses of GRAPHIC DESIGN and 3D ANIMATION, both with the technical and logistical support of Antform and CETMA.Read more
We are happy to announce that there was a great interest to the specialized training courses within the Summer Creative Academy organized under CODE project.
Step by step participants learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop and gain fundamental knowledge for working with graphics tablets. With each lesson they are improving their skills and are developing their creative thinking.Read more
Today the youngsters from the second course of the Summer Creative Academy started their training in digital painting in the Creative Center Ruse. Participants will gain basic knowledge for working with graphics tablets, as well as they will have the unique opportunity to transfer their original creative ideas to graphics tablets of the highest class.Read more
Today the team of Creative Center Ruse started its first face-to-face training in Adobe Photoshop within the Summer Creative Academy. The group involves 9 young people who will learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop this month. Due to the great interest in specialized trainings, in August the most ambitious will continue to upgrade their knowledge and to develop their creative skills.Read more
On June, 28th, 2021 HRDA held another Follow-up meeting with graduates from specialized CODE training courses at Creative Center Ruse. Participants discussed on the perspectives for the future development of the trainees in the field of the creative industries and on the implementation of joint projects.Read more
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