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Creative Skills Week 2024

Creative Skills Week 2024: Programme Announced

Register for the Creative Skills Week 2024 for a rare opportunity to shape and steer the discussion around skills to secure sustainable futures in the Cultural and Creative Sector Industries (CCSI)!

We invite all working in the cultural and creative ecosystem to join this ground-breaking gathering in Amsterdam. Together, we will address skills gaps, identify opportunities for upskilling, and start shaping strategic skills for future creatives.

At Creative Skills Week, we will explore common ground for the cultural and creative ecosystem throughout Europe. Learn from each other how local communities can strengthen their work and enhance collaboration within their local ecosystems.

CSW2024 Programme

Main Programme 18 – 19 September

Actively participate in the 2-day curated MAIN PROGRAMME in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. Featuring panel sessions, workshops, discussions, inspirational speakers, experimental learning activities, and micro-credential testing labs. Meet with members of the Creative Pact for Skills, powered by SACCORD, and workshop the transversal skills clusters developed by the partners of the sector’s Blueprint Project, CYANOTYPES.

Satellite Programme 16, 17 & 20 September

Complementing our MAIN PROGRAMME, our SATELLITE PROGRAMME on 16, 17, and 20 September in Amsterdam (and Rotterdam on the 16th) features a series of events presented by sub-sectors and partner organisations. Explore the city as you attend workshops on creative skills for innovation, societal transformation, learning methodologies, and much more.

Please contact CSW2024 at info@creativeskillsweek.eu if you have any questions.

More Information and Registration: creativeskillsweek.eu/

Creative Skills Week 2024 is an initiative of the EU Pact for Skills for the Cultural and Creative Industries Ecosystem, powered by SACCORD (Forward-Looking Project Scheme co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme)of which BEDA is a part of and in association with CYANOTYPES (Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme).

Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

Last updated: 27/06/24

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