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
Partnership for Creative Apprenticeships (P4CA) aims to support the delivery of creative apprenticeships by building the skills of apprenticeship coaches and In-House Company trainers within the sector. It will promote the application of the European Framework for...
Wenancjusz Ochmann from Arteria about our first experiences and the national research in the project P4CA (Partnership for Creative Apprenticeships).
The P4CA partnership has agreed some definitions of key terms in English, which serve as a common framework for project activity and results.
The P4CA partnership has completed the first stage of its work programme, comprising a series of Country Reports and Case Studies on Creative Apprenticeships in the six participating countries. The Country Reports, undertaken through research by each partner, provide...
From the 2020/2021 academic year, students will be able to start their studies in a new vocational training system that will greatly change the course of creative industry training. We had a conversation with Mr. Tamás Kovács, one of the largest vocational trainers in...
Mapping and developing the profile of the Apprentice Coach in the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) in North Macedonia
In the picture above, Dorotej Neshovski, from the research project "Illusions of Art" that deals with the concepts of creative spontaneity, artistic articulation, social inclusion, pedagogy and abstraction of the gallery-audience-artist relationship, 2019. Article by...
The Slovak Republic vocational and education training (VET) system is marked by a relative lack of work-based learning and weak labour market outcomes among school-based VET programmes.
An interview with Dr. Domizio Paolone and Dr. Saverio Primavera about the dual system between the worlds of vocational training and work
It was the beginning of the 1990s. At that time, I was a student at the Academy of Music in Katowice, where they formed the Electroacoustic Music Studio.
Newsletter #1 – On 26 and 27 November 2019, P4CA (Partnership for Creative Apprenticeships) was officially launched in London.