C.H.I.M.E.R.A. PROJECT - 526297-LLP-1-2012-1-IT-LEONARDO-LMP

6. Results exploitation (WP3)

The exploitation activity provides those methodologies, networks, operative protocols and learning tools that have been internalised and promoted by the partners and the stakeholders of the project in the field of learning, VET, entrepreneurship and creativity learning.
In order to validate and exploit the project's outcomes, the following activities have been implemented:
- elaboration and sharing of an exploitation plan;
- set up and arrangement of a number of focus groups
- transnational seminar


6.1 Exploitation plan   ↑

The main goal of the exploitation plan, that is a restricted document, is to establish suitable actions to make CHIMERA a successful and sustainable project. It is based on the communication and dissemination strategy elaborated by the Superficie 8 office adopting the most appropriate dissemination tools and channels elaborating so far in order to exploit the results achieved during the project implementation.
Additionally, the document provides an overview of the dissemination materials designed to exploit the accomplished results and outlines the exploitable components.


6.2 Focus group   ↑

First focus group
Each partner has set up a focus group with the task of developing a system for the acknowledgment of formative credits acquired in experimental training courses and in CREAlabs and their transferring across the partners countries and elaborating an ECVET joint proposal. The aim has been that of making possible the capitalisation of competences and abilities acquired and acquirable within the experimental training courses and the CREAlabs. Second Focus group
Each partner has set up a focus group with the task of developing a joint proposal for the introduction of creative skills in corporate training plans, through the systematisation of experimental training courses and CREAlabs as permanent training experiences in the enterprises. The aim has been that of creating awareness, within enterprises, that the development of creative skills is strictly connected with the growth of competitiveness and innovation in enterprises.


6.3 Transnational seminar   ↑

The transnational seminar was organized on November 28th at the headquarters of the European Commission Delegation in Madrid. There were three key questions that the Project's partnership worked on for two years, involving experts and trainers from local to international level: Is it possible to train creativity ? Do "creativity" tools exist to improve the work environment ? How to create appropriate conditions to develop new ideas and innovate?
The main results of the project have been presented, promoting an innovative approach to business management based on the values of creativity, which are the keys to successfully facing the economic crisis that still grips the markets.
More than 100 people attended and among them were entrepreneurs, managers and training experts.

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