Sturzo Institute is a partner of the CErTiFY project, promoted by the English University of Loughborough in partnership with other European education and training institutes: VsI “Lyderystesirverslo akademija” – Lithuania; Research Paths Etaireia Ereynas – Greece; Atit Bvba – Belgium; Spes Gmbh – Austria; De Montfort University – (UK) and Siena Art Institute Onlus – Italy.
The project, funded by the European Erasmus+ Program, aims to test innovative digital tools to support adults who want to work in the cultural and creative sector – considered strategic by the European Commission – to identify and recognize their transversal skills.
The project involves the creation of a smartphone application to create digital “curricular” stories and an e-learning platform to help adults be more aware in promoting their professionalism.
The Luigi Sturzo Institute is leader of the Intellectual Output n.1 Research on cultural and creative industries employment’s channels, a survey that aims to map the state of the art of the selection system in the cultural and creative sectors in the six countries partners (Italy, UK, Greece, Austria, Lithuania and Belgium), in order to compare the soft skills acquired during personal and educational development with those required by the labor market. The results of the research will lead to the creation of a series of tools and training programs aimed at supporting the recognition of transversal skills, evaluating how to best use them in the job search process.
The project started in September 2019 will end in October 2021.
For more info visit the project web site and the YouTube channel
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