Skip to main content
Event Details
11 Mar

Webinar "The usage of the CHEER online platform"

Remote Event

The CHEER-Cultural Heritage Entrepreneurs project is a Europe-wide training programme that enables the long-term unemployed to enter social entrepreneurship and thus combat social exclusion. The programme aims not only to help participants develop entrepreneurial skills, but also to raise their awareness of how to use the cultural heritage of their region as a basis for their own social enterprise.

We would like to invite you to this online workshop to show project participants and interested people how to use the Moodle-based online learning platform developed in the project, which forms the basis of our training program.

The training program which will be hosted on the Moodle platform will consist of the four units:

  1. Basic social entrepreneurial skills
  2. Business idea through cultural heritage
  3. Market research and framing the business idea
  4. Local networks and partnerships

Each of these units has a duration of one week and consists of an online learning part on the Moodle platform and a workshop.

After the presentation, there will be time for discussion with the participants.

Webinar "The usage of the CHEER online platform"

Date: 11th of March 2020 Time: 9:30 CET / 10:30 EET

The webinar is hosted via GoToWebinar.

For more information, read the EPALE blog post on the Erasmus + project CHEER.
Event Details
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Event website
EU project nr.
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
IDEC/CHEER project consortium
Contact details
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
Media professionals
Aims and objectives
Informing the participants of the CHEER-Training about the usage of the on-line platform, informing relevant stakeholders about the CHEER approach to entrepreneurial ideas in the field of cultural heritage and the on-line platform
Expected (learning) outcomes
Project participants get used to the usage of the on-line platform, Stakeholders in the field of further training (as well as interested individuals) will know the CHEER training programme, use it and/or recommend it to relevant individuals in their own region/institution/network.
Attending fee
Themes addressed

Login or Sign up to join the conversation.

Have an event in mind?

Don’t hesitate to do so! Click the link below and suggest an event now!

Latest Discussions

What kind of job description for an adult education centre manager?

It is lonely at the top of an adult education centre. This feeling is not formulated in the job description for the position of manager of an adult education centre.
This is a call to share your job description - whatever the format is- and an invitation to share feelings about loneliness, or others, at the top of an adult education centre.


Say No to Substance!

The main objective of the project was to increase the competence of youth workers in preventing addiction.
Specific objectives of the project were:
To inform youth workers about counseling for adolescents and addiction illness and monitoring young people at risk.
To reduce trial, start and use rates of drug in partner regions.
To teach youth workers ways of early intervention in risk groups.
To increase cooperation between local and transnational institutions on substance addiction prevention.