Back from Brussels were we had the chance to participate as Creative and Cultural experts representing both the Hellenic Network of the European Music Day Organisers and the European Music Day Association at the General Assembly of the European Vocational and Training Association (EVTA).
This was also an opportunity to build a stronger impact following our collaboration after the sucesful project Musicians Vocational Education training (MU-VET ) from the Leonardo Da Vinci Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.
The EVTA Ecosystem Conference: “Sharing knowledge to build a stronger European economy driven by human capital” was held on the 29-30 November 2012, Museum of Natural Sciences, Brussels.
Video from the live streaming of the opening session
EVTA shared the european vision and ambition to support Creative Industries and presented its new ecosystem aiming to build a strong community supported by a foundation of interacting organisations and individuals belonging to its 4 interconnected Pillars (4P):
Employment, Training, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.