At the meeting in Cosmopolitan hotel the partners will discuss the current reporting period and the project progress. Tartu Art School/Estonia/ will share and exchange experience and good practices with the project partners to jointly develop the 3D and digital design curriculums for disadvantaged youth in order to raise their competitiveness on the creative industry labour market. Dr Plamen Panayotov will present the developed motivation modules and online tools for 3D animation and Graphic design and digitalization training programs in front of students and other stakeholders at Ruse University.

The project “CODE – Competence Opportunities for Digital Employment” is implemented under EEA and Norway grants Fund for youth employment together with 7 partners from Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania, Italy, Estonia and Greece.
The total amount of the project is 2 314 015 euro and the project duration is 3 years.

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