CODE trainees` creations confirm the success of the project so far

At the end of September we had another follow-up meeting with graduates from CODE project specialized trainings. Students are happy with their creations and the trainers are quite satisfied with the results of their work! It turned out that the participants in our courses had improved their digital skills and now they are even more inspired.

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Great news from Save the Children Iasi

Next month we will start a new intensive 3D graphics course for the interactive environment (video games). This new 3D graphics course will have another approach and will be focused on the gaming part. One of the things we are very proud to share is the fact that the short animated movie was made almost entirely by a former student who participated in the first course of Animation 3 D of #CODEProject. After he graduated the first 3 D course that was held last year, the trainer saw the potential that he has and at one point decided to give him a job. Another interesting fact is that next month when we will start the new course, he will be part of the training team for the new students. We want to introduce him to the other students as a role model and make them understand that they do have a real opportunity to start a career in this field.

The project benefits from 2 300 000 euro grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.

CODE Project will cooperate with STEM centers in Ruse city

We are happy to announce that Creative Center Ruse plans to cooperate with STEM centers in Ruse schools. The purpose of STEM education is to prepare students to apply STEM/Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics/ - related knowledge to real-world situations.

The team of HRDA intends to collaborate closely with educational institutions from Ruse region on joint projects, trainings, exchange of ideas, teaching methods and methodologies, etc. in order to put into practice the results achieved so far within CODE project.

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