Our main public results can be found here, in specific:
Emerging job roles in the Cultural and Creative Sector
Scientific support is needed to better understand the impact of the COVID19 crisis. Many of the quantitative studies on the Cultural and Creative Sector-CCS are perceived as being outdated. So, this result presents an analytical framework based on new market opportunities for artistic expressions and access; social effects and changes in consumer behaviour and relationships with audiences; and the new professionals needs to meet these challenges to map most competitive and high valued skills and competences in emerging job role profiles in the CCS.
It is for intended for: Public Institutions and Ministries on the field of Cultural and Creative sectors Public and private VET Organisations CCS actors.
Paint the Bit VET curricula
On the use of digital solutions for both creation and, above all, distribution of art works and knowledge and competences in the Cultural and Creative Sector that go hand in hand with it. The curricula implement a mixed modality towards active learners‘ participation, open, informal learning, a blended training stage (formal learning) with work based learning (non formal learning) and a peer-to-peer learning.
Digital training content on e.g. application design and development, e-creation of art and creative works, e-distribution, IP protection tools, etc., as well as e.g. communication, entrepreneurship, collaborative methods, etc. are offered as MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Complementary training handbooks support the implementation of the VET curricula.
This result pack is intended for: VET Organisations CCS practitioners and stakeholders, Art, media and creative professionals and workers
Available in English, French, Italian, Spanish in October 2024.
Paint the Bit E-learning platform
Find acces to our operational supporting tool for training and capacity building with a community space for CCS professionals and knowledge sharing, here.
Available in English, French, Italian, Spanish in November 2024.
|The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project n° 2021-1-FR01-KA220-VET-000033163|