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P4CA (Partnership for Creative Apprenticeships) is a transnational project developed under Erasmus + EU programme aiming at applying new models to support the delivery of Quality and Effective Apprenticeships in the Creative and Cultural Sector, by building the skills of apprenticeship coaches and In-House Company trainers.
Main Target Groups
VET trainers, tutors, teachers and mentors
CCI employers, associations and networks
Young people aged 16 to 29 from disadvantaged groups or who are NEET
Latest news from the project
Partnerships for Creative Apprenticeships (P4CA) Multiplier Event organized by Regional Development Agency Senec-Pezinok took place on 30th June 2022 at 4pm in Šamorín, Slovakia.
You can find the six steps that have been guiding the project’s path and the different content the team has been working on.
In April the P4CA partners met for the sixth steering committee meeting. This time, the meeting was held in Matera, in the South of Italy.
The Partnership For Creative Apprenticeships project came to its last year and for one of the outputs a website is being made where the apprenticeship coaches can develop their skills with different tools.
My first work-based learning… – an internship in an advertising agency at the beginning of the 1990s
Posters filled the entire wall over the desk like giant colourful wallpaper promoting everything that could help in reaching eternal bliss in the 1990s.
Participants were drawn from the Peer Development and Review Groups supporting the development of the project outputs in each country.
Towards a Coherent and Feasible Methodology for the “Toolkit for Apprenticeship Coaches and In-company Trainers”
We are concluding the work on a crucial intellectual output – the “Toolkit for Apprenticeship Coaches and In-company Trainers.”
Current pandemic situation and its impact on the dual education particularly in the gastronomy and hotel industry in Slovakia.
Soft skills, in other words – interpersonal skills are non-technical, refer to how you work.
Apprenticeships provide a wide range of possibilities, especially for young people. Sometimes, a certain amount of time spent on an apprenticeship is required at some universities in order to get your degree.