It was interesting for each of them to understand how the others succeed to deal with the difficulties and opportunities that the COVID-19 situation is imposing to all of us. A special attention was paid to the ways of selection of the applicants for the training and on the practical implementation of CODE courses. The partners are implementing them both online and office based, as the conditions are changing each day.
Tartu Art School, Estonia and Palidzesim, Latvia finished successfully their first CODE courses, so they shared their experience, training practices and success stories. Save the children, Iasi started its 3D animation course in September on site in compliance with all epidemiological safety measures.
Dr Panayotov from Solutions, Bulgaria promised to assist partners in order to increase the trainees` motivation for learning and to follow up them after finishing the courses. He asked participants to register and use actively CODE motivational platform https://self-trainer.eu/.
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