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Webinar "Introducing the CHEER Training Programme for Founding Social Businesses in the Field of Cultural Heritage"

Publicēja Ann-Kristin Iwersen pirms 4 mēneši 4 dienas

Otrdiena 22 Oktobris 2019

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CHEER - Cultual Heritage Entrepreneurs
In this webinar, we will inform stakeholders about the learning progamme the CHEER project is developing for individuals interested in founding a social business in the field of cultural heritage.

We will briefly introduce the four modules of the programme, which covers aspects such as how to evaluate a business idea, social entrepreneurship, marketing and networking. After the presentation, there will be time for discussion with the participants.

 

Primārā valoda:
Pasākuma veids: 
Profesionālās pilnveides pasākums
Dalības maksa: 
Reģistrācijas termiņš: 
22/10/2019
Tiešsaistes pasākums: 
Organizētājs: 
ZiB e.V./CHEER project consortium
Organizatora veids: 
Cits notikums
Kontaktinformācija: 
franke@zibev.de
ES projekta Nr.: 
2018-1-DE02-KA204-005102
Pārstāvju skaits: 
< 100
Mērķa grupa: 
Mācībspēki, studenti, andragogikas pētnieki
Pieaugušo izglītības tīkli un organizācijas
Projekti un sadarbība
Politikas veidotāji
Plašsaziņas līdzekļu profesionāļi
Apskatītais temats:
Mērķi: 
informing relevant stakeholders about the CHEER approach to entrepreneurial ideas in the field of cultural heritage; introducing the curriculum to relevant stakeholders
Sagaidāmais apmācības rezultāts: 
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.
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