Liveskills Policy Symposium - Free event on an Erasmus+ Creative Skills Project
Invitation to LiveSkills (Erasmus+) UK Policy Symposium (London)
You are cordially invited to the UK Policy Dialogue Symposium for the Live Skills Project at the British Council Spring Gardens, Wednesday 15th January 10 Spring Gardens, St. James's, London SW1A 2BN
The Live Skills project is an Erasmus+ project co-ordinated by the British Council, with partners in Northern Ireland (Belfast Metropolitan College), Greece, Romania and Bulgaria. Live Skills focusses on developing innovative, evidence based, curricular and work based learning for the live performance and audio visual sector. The project has delivered over 200 learning materials which are free to use under creative commons licence - and we want to share our learning from the curriculum development process and the potential for the learning materials and research outputs to be used within the UK, and globally.
In the Symposium we will evidence the outputs, impacts and benefits of these work based learning curricula and want to engage with the sector to discuss the challenges and benefits of international collaboration in vocational education, particularly for creative skills.
13:00-13:45 Networking Lunch
13.45 -14.00 Welcome and Introduction, Rebecca Davies Live Skills Project Director
14:00 – 15:00 Live Skills outputs, focussing on the value to learners, teachers and colleges, with a demonstration of learning materials produced by William Artt Belfast Metropolitan College.
15:00-15:30 Update on creative skills sector in the UK, presented by Creative & Cultural Skills (https://ccskills.org.uk/)
15:30 -16:30 Round table discussion session led by Rebecca Davies:
The curriculum development and delivery process - how can the UK sector effectively work internationally whilst applying appropriate quality standards, collaborative working techniques and the potential for future international collaborations for vocational education.
16:30-17:00 Wrap up discussion on innovative, pilot and cross country policy development at local, national and EU level
Suggested attendees: lectures, curriculum leaders, employers, college administrators and those interested in vocational education transnational collaboration projects in creative skills
For more background on the project: https://www.live-skills.eu/
Please click here https://forms.gle/WhhB1NotpxLFAxhQ8 to RSVP by 13 January 2020