Resources for Education in Writing Radio Plays to Inspire Transition into Creative Employment
Co-funded by Erasmus+ and coordinated by NO PLACE PRODUCTIONS, Re-Write is a project designed in response to rising unemployment amongst young adults, addressing skills development, social inclusion & marginalisation through creativity, arts & culture.
The project proposes the development of non-formal learning resources that support adult learners who face unemployment as a direct or indirect result of COVID19 and increasing marginalisation, in their efforts to acquire skills and competencies needed in the European creative and digital arts world.
Goals & Objectives
Develop, test & embed new, innovative, non-formal learning resources for upskilling and nurturing creative talents
Foster entrepreneurship & increase employment opportunities through creative digital literacy
Contribute to European goals of innovating skills development and digital competencies
Encourage social inclusion of unemployed & marginalised adults
Young adults facing unemployment (either as a result of COVID19 or marginalisation) who wish to enter the creative digital sector
Adult Educators in the arts & culture sector who want to support their audience
Stakeholders & entrepreneurs
Intellectual Output 1 – A series of podcasts to develop specific skills needed in the European creative and digital sector, specifically in the area of creating, writing, and recording audio plays.
Intellectual Output 2 – An online learning resource to train learners about employers needs and recruitment processes of arts and culture sector. This will help participants to identify and secure employment opportunities with digital and creative employers.
Intellectual Output 3 – An online learning resource, upskilling learners in innovative ways of using social media to market their own creative & digital works on a national, EU and international level to create viable, sustainable self-employment
Stay tuned to find out more about our RE-WRITE project, by consulting the Twitter and Instagram page of the project!
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