Sally and Mathy took part in the kick-off meeting for the new CErTiFY project led by Loughborough University in the UK. This project will help individuals wanting to work in the Cultural and Creative sectors by developing and testing a new methodology based on digital tools for people to identify and recognise their transversal skills, as identified in the 2020 strategy. ATiT will lead on the creation of two digital tools which will be developed and tested as part of the project which are a smartphone application to create digital 'curricular' stories and an e-learning platform to support and guide job seekers in applying for jobs. This meeting took place on 4-5 November in windy and wet Loughborough where despite the weather, project partners from Greece, Lithuania, Italy, Austria, Belgium and the UK worked had for 2 days together to finalise their plans and to take the first steps in this project. Watch out for news about the first training course being oranised by the team on applied storytelling from 16 to 20 December.
November 20, 2019