CODE Project Follow-up Meeting

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.

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Solutions held an online Stakeholders workshop to discuss CODE motivational platform

On 26 and 27 June 2021 Solutions Centre representatives held an on-line stakeholders workshop. Participants discussed the CODE-related motivational platform with helping professionals from Veliko Tarnovo.

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Solutions held a Stakeholders workshop to promote the use of the motivational tool

On 12 and 13 June, 2021 Solutions organized a stakeholders workshop at Veliko Turnovo University with the participation of helping proffessionals and post-graduate students.

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Before graduation…

Tartu Art School’s CODE students went to spend their last days before graduation together in the nature. Those three days were full on physical activity (they went to the camp by bikes) and also mental stretching. Together with our teachers a creative space was created and everybody got to learn something new, experiment and what’s most important – see each other face to face. You can also enjoy the camp atmosphere from these pictures.

European Investment Fund and EIT Digital team up to close digital skills gap in Europe

The agreement between EIF and EIT Digital, an innovation community of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) supporting the EU's digital transformation, has a maximum volume of €2.5 million. This financing will allow EIT Digital to offer deferred payment schemes for students and learners participating in its courses, thus improving access to education. Future EIT Digital students and learners will be able to apply for the new scheme from June 2021 onwards, it is expected that around 500 people can benefit from the scheme.

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