As a Partner of Project CODE, charity organization Palidzesim.lv from Latvia has started 1st training course of Graphic design at the end of March 2020.Read more
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and European Commission are launching a new pilot guarantee facility to improve access to finance for individuals and organisations looking to invest in skills and education. The EUR 50 million pilot scheme will support financing for students and learners, enterprises investing in the upskilling of their employees, and organisations supplying education and training.Read more
Last week started with a check-in and a check-out, which means that we talked about our
well-being and health. But on whole, the week consisted of retaking previous tasks and
fixing grades. Students who didn’t have any loose ends could take a break for a change.
Due to motivation decline (which is natural in current situation), some previous tasks
needed retaking, so this week was best time to do so. These tasks mostly included poster
designing and elective courses. For poster designing the task was to create a poster for a
culture event of liking. The crucial elements included: depicting two photos,
photomontage, the time and place of the event and graphic element or design done from
scratch. I hope during this week, everyone managed to improve their skills.
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