Save the Children Association, Iasi organized yesterday a press conference with the role of presenting the results of the last year of the #ProjectCODE. It was also mentioned the fact that at the beginning of September, Save the Children Iasi Association started the first course within this project, namely 3 D Animation. The objective of this course is to develop young people's skills in the field of digital art as well as their personal development. The aim is to increase the autonomy of young people, strengthen their resilience and provide them with the necessary resources to participate in society. This course is intended for vulnerable young people aged between 14 and 29, will last 480 hours and will have a number of 14 participants.
“CODE – Competence Opportunities for Digital Employment” is financed by EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
Yesterday, September, 24th project CODE partners held an Online meeting using Skype. It was dedicated to discussions about current period report and the implementation of CODE training courses. The Partners shared their best practices, teaching methods and alternative channels used for the CODE courses training.
Solutions Brief Therapy and Counselling Centre - Ruse, led by the famous psychiatrist Dr. Plamen Panayotov held a stakeholders workshop under CODE project / Competent opportunities for digital employment / on 12 and 13 September at the University of Ruse "Angel Kanchev". 30 psychologists and experts in the field of psychological assistance from all over Bulgaria took part in it. The participants were introduced to the motivational platform, https://self-trainer.eu/, created under the CODE project and which is also available in Bulgarian and English. They were invited to register and take advantage of its features and capabilities.
Enterprise Europe Network - Ruse at the Business Support Centre for Small and Medium Enterprises – Ruse, Bulgaria has the honour to invite interested parties to the Virtual Brokerage Event Creativity and Gaming 2020, which will take place on 10 November 2020.
This virtual brokerage event is dedicated to the gaming industry where games companies, individual designers, developers and freelance IT/3D specialists in the field will have the opportunity to present their products and ideas and look for cooperation partners for future projects.Read more
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