The Live Skills project will design and pilot three innovative Vocational Education and Training (VET) curricula in the Audiovisual (AV) and Live Performance (LP) sectors.
The project’s key objectives are to enhance skills in these sectors, from entrepreneurial and management skills to the use of cutting-edge digital technologies.
These learning programmes will initially be designed for two audiovisual professions: Sound Managers and Video/Film Editors, and will cover the following areas:
- Arts Management
- Digital and New Technologies
- Cultural Entrepreneurship
These learning programmes will eventually be adapted to be used by a broader range of professions and other sub-sectors of the wider creative and cultural sector to ensure that the material produced by the Live Skills project is both transferable and sustainable.
Live Skills will tackle identified skills shortages and respond to the demand for new skills within the Audiovisual and Live Performance sub-sectors of the wider creative and cultural sector. It will help enhance employability and mobility for cultural professionals and students, boost the sector’s competitiveness and build a vibrant, robust and sustainable creative and cultural sector for the future.
Led by the British Council, the project involves nine full partners across four countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and the UK) and two European-wide associated partners.
Live Skills information session in Athens
Join the Live Skills information session in Athens and learn more about the forthcoming learning opportunities in the Audiovisual (AV) and Live Performance (LP) sectors in Greece. Participation is free.
Wednesday 17 October 2018, 11.00–15.00
Programme (PDF, 599 kb)
46 Aristotelous Street
104 33 Athens