INPUT – Innovation Profile for Updated Training
Our European added value
The In.P.U.T. project increased the European cooperation:
- Promoting and improving the cooperation between VET Institutions/Organizations: this cooperation led to the definition of a common approach for the improvement of training paths for the Cultural Events Managers professional profile focusing on key competences (fundraising, events technical/artistic direction, logistics and promotion and communication) and non-formal background.
- Promoting a strong link between European VET Organizations and Intermediary Organizations: sharing problems and solutions, this cooperation led to the definition of a set of best practices and suggestions in order to improve the quality of transnational mobility opportunities addressed to Cultural Events Managers. The partnership will adopt these suggestions within the framework of an informal network created thanks to the In.P.U.T. project.
- Laying the foundations for the creation of a “reference point” for international, national and local Arts&Culture communities: the partnership created a reference point for all the people interested in the field of Cultural Events Management, promoting learning and mobility opportunities. During the partnership a strong link was created between the involved institutions but also between professionals and enterprises.
- Promoting the knowledge of cultural and professional contexts in which the Cultural Events Manager is acting at a European level and, in general, promoting the knowledge of the Cultural and Creative Industry trends and realities.
Realisation of the objectives of the partnerships
The Project achieved three main objectives:
- comparison between formal and non formal training paths in Cultural Events Management and the real competences displayed “on field” (mostly informal and non formal) by these professionals in order to integrate and improve the training offer
- identification of strategic informal and non formal competences of the Cultural Events Manager (fundraising, events technical/artistic direction, logistics and promotion and communication)
- improvement of the quality of European mobility of Events Managers highlighting opportunities and problems/solutions
- differences between the formal and non formal training paths and the “on field” job activities, tasks and responsibilities of the Cultural Events Managers
- improvement of the quality of VET paths and opportunities for Cultural Events Managers
- obstacles to the recognition of informal and non formal competences “gained on-field” by the Cultural Events Managers
- obstacles to the activation and managemenr of european mobility work experiences for the Cultural Events Manager
- The partnership had a 360° look at the Cultural Event Manager profile in order to improve the creativity, competitiveness, the informal and non formal competences recognition, and the European mobility.
- Project meetings were be attended by staff, trainers/teachers, learners Cultural Events Management professionals to share and compare Creative and Cultural Industry contexts, training contents, informal and non formal competences, best practices on mobility experiences. Each meeting was realized in connection with international arts festival in order to realize a concrete immersion in real cultural and artistic contexts and to have a direct contact with best practices, innovative methodologies and professional.
Project partners activities were focussed on their competences and specific interests in the project. Ce.S.F.Or. decided to manage the project through a “mixed” model, assuring the quality of contents and products, the respect of the deadlines, holding and develop the line in the network but sharing methodologies and tool in order to leave the partners free to give a true added value through their experience and expertise.
As stated at application stage, with small differences, each partner had different tasks:
– Ce.S.F.Or.: had the coordination of the whole project, defined the first draft of the Portfolio tool, developed the activities on the VET paths about Cultural Events Management, followed closely the implementation of the activities on the best practices about European mobility, assured the proper dissemination and exploitation of the results.
– Krakow National Museum: contributed to the definition of methodologies for project management and funding of cultural events, defining best practices (focus on exhibition planning, organization and management).
– Gecko Programmes: contributed to improve the methodologies and tools between the training and transnational internships to lead to a recognition of informal and non formal competences of the event managers; developed a greater understanding of the creative and cultural industry and provided a reference point (EDI Diploma on Events Management) for the definition of more effective training paths.
– ALFMED: contributed to the enhancing of the quality of mobility opportunities for cultural event managers focusing on matching methodologies and tools displayed by Intermediary and Sending Organizations.
– Cap Ulysse: contributed to the definition of methodologies to enhance the quality & the amount of mobility opportunities for cultural event managers with a focus on the identification of drivers and obstacles.
– Centro Europeu Lìnguas: contribute to the enhancing of the quality of mobility opportunities for cultural event managers focus on the identification and reduction of obstacles to international mobility.
– GEB Berlin: contributed to the improve of the quality of mobility opportunities for cultural event managers focus on matching methodologies, defined communication and promotion strategies for the promotion of cultural events.
– ETIC: provide an integrated overview on the connection and coherence between training paths and mobility opportunities and took care of the design and realization of promotional products (DVD on mobility).
ALFMED silent partner in France is L’IDEM