21-22 November 2019 (Manises, Spain) – The final meeting of the Cerasmus+ project was held in Spain, hosted by EASCM (ceramic school of Manises), a hundred years old institution born to provide competences to the workers of the ceramic industry and evolved to a high school of fine arts.
On October 23 and 24, 2018 the second Cerasmus+ Partnership meeting was hosted in Bolesławiec (Poland) by the Polish Partner, Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących i Zawodowych, a state school which was funded 50 years ago and educates in different professions: tour guide, advertising specialist and ceramist, with a focus on merging tradition and innovation.
Co-funded by the European program Erasmus+, the Cerasmus+ project aims to protect the European traditional heritage, to modernize the ceramic sector and to develop vocational training in ceramic craft industry enhancing work based learning models. The project has duration of 2 years and will terminate in September, 2019.
After one year from the beginning of the project, the 8 Cerasmus+ partners are meeting again.
The second partnership meeting is being held in Poland, Boleslawiec, hosted by the Zespół Szkół, on the 23rd and 24th of October 2018.
The results of the first year of work will be presented, in particular the Transnational Report on the Training Needs in the Ceramics Sector. The partners will be also updated on the development of the Online Networking Platform, the tool that will foster dialogue and cooperation between the ceramics stakeholders in Europe.