MULTIMEDIA FINAL REPORT

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

9. Learning creativity (WP6)


This activity is related to definining a new curriculum and study plan which identifies competences and skills necessary for entrepreneurs and managers to identify, develop and enhance their own creative skills and those of their employees, and to foster creativity among their staff, realising experimental training courses for entrepreneurs and managers within the reference areas of the project to allow the acquisition of creative competences and skills. The lesson learnt has been summarized in the Memorandum of Understanding among enterprises, professional associations, policy makers, adult training centers aimed at ensuring the sustainability of the project.

 

9.1 Curriculum and study plan   ↑

The partnership has developped a new specific curriculum which defines competences and skills necessary for entrepreneurs and managers to identify, evolve and enhance their creative skills and those of their employees, and to foster creativity among their staff (even with relation to the European Qualifications Framework - EQF).
Curriculum and study plan

 

9.2 Experimental training courses   ↑

 

9.2.1 Italian training courses   ↑

The pilot training has been materialized in 15-20 entrepreneurs, employees and students and it is made up of a total of 46 hours (36 hours of face to face sessions and 10 hours of distance learning and 36 hours of workshop for the CREAlabs workshop experience in order to implement the methodologies learnt during the training experience). This process took place from January 2014 to June 2014.
The programme has been implemented with the use of a combination of methods including both distance learning and face to face (requiring a presence) involving six trainers (Alessandro Almonti, Antonio Senatore, Rino Panetti, Roberto Mogranzini, Valentina Renzulli and Pierluigi Ciarapica) that have experience on the relationship between creativity and entrepreneurship using different methodologies: chess and business, visual art and business, business theatre, management by magic and creative leadership.
It consists of 6 Didactic module, which are the following:
- Module 1: Chess and business (Internet connection required)
- Module 2: Patronage and business (Internet connection required)
- Module 3: Business theatre (Internet connection required)
- Module 4: Management by magic (Internet connection required)
- Module 5: Creative leadership (Internet connection required)
- Module 6: Review of the main contents and evaluation tests (E-learning Module) (Internet connection required)
Italian report
Promotion materials
Photos

 

9.2.2 Greek training courses   ↑

The pilot training was held by Mr. Vasileiadis, Mr. Avramoudis and Mr. Genitseftsis and has been tried on 15 entrepreneurs and it was made up of a total of 40 hours (30 hours of face to face sessions and 10 hours of distance learning). This process took place from May 2014 to June 2014.
The programme has been implemented with the use of a combination of methods including both face to face (requiring a presence) and distance learning.
The face-to-face training was held in a room in the form of workshops and the physical presence of trainers and trainees and the distance learning was done with the use of an electronic online educational platform and can be accessed at the following link http://elearning.entre.gr/athena/course/view.php?id=25 (Internet connection required) after completing the registration process.
It consists of 5 Modules, which are the following:
- Module 1: Entrepreneurship: Creativity and Innovation in Business (Internet connection required)
- Module 2: Creative mental operations (Internet connection required)
- Module 3: Stimulating Creativity in Yourself and Others (Internet connection required)
- Module 4: Managing Organizations for Positive Creativity (Internet connection required)
- Module 5: Be creative in practice (Internet connection required)
Greek report
Photos

 

9.2.3 Polish training courses   ↑

The pilot training was held by Aneta Kutnik and Czesław Krzysztof Cieplik, and was implemented in Poland with the participation of 18 entrepreneurs, and was made up of a total of 41,5 hours (35 hours of face to face sessions and 6,5 hours of distance learning). This process took place in December 2013 and January 2014 in 6 meeting sessions and the own work of participants.
The programme has been implemented with the use of a combination of methods including both face to face (requiring a presence) and distance learning.
Furthermore¸ mini-lecture/tutoring, case studies, discussions, didactic games, role playing, problem solving, brainstorming, feedback, metaphor, individual work, work in pairs, group work.
It consists of 5 Didactic modules, which are the following:
- Module 1: Entrepreneurial management: creativity and innovation in business (Internet connection required)
- Module 2: Creative mental operations: lateral thinking in action (Internet connection required)
- Module 3: Stimulating Creativity in Yourself and Others (Internet connection required)
- Module 4: Managing Organizations for Positive Creativity (Internet connection required)
- Module 5: Be creative in practice (Internet connection required)

Polish report
Photos

 

9.2.4 Spanish training courses   ↑

The pilot training was held by Alessia Correa and has been used on 15 entrepreneurs, in each of the participating countries of the programme and will be made up of a total of 40 hours (30 hours of face to face sessions and 10 hours of distance learning). This process took place between December 2013 and April 2014.
The programme has been implemented with the use of a combination of methods including both face to face (requiring a presence) and distance learning.
It consists of 6 Didactic modules (Internet connection required), which are the following:
- Module 1: Entrepreneurial management: creativity and innovation in business
- Module 2: Creative mental operations: lateral thinking in action
- Module 3: How to enhance personal and interpersonal creativity
- Module 4: Management through positive creativity
- Module 5: Creativity in practice: design thinking process
- Module 6: Review of the main contents and evaluation tests (E-learning Module)
Spanish report
Video presentation (Internet connection required)
Photos Video training course

 

9.2.5 Romanian training courses   ↑

The pilot training was held by Avram Tripon and Liviu Moldovan and has been used on 15 entrepreneurs and students, in each of the participating countries of the programme was made up of a total of 40 hours (30 hours of face to face sessions and 10 hours of distance learning). This process took place between May and July 2014.
It consisted of 6 Didactic modules, which are the following:
Module 1: Entrepreneurship: Creativity and Innovation in Business (Internet connection required)
- Module 2: Creative mental operations: lateral thinking in action (Internet connection required)
- Module 3: Stimulating Creativity in Yourself and Others (Internet connection required)
- Module 4: Managing Organizations for Positive Creativity (Internet connection required)
- Module 5: Be creative in practice (Internet connection required)
- Module 6: Review of the main contents and evaluation tests (E-learning Module) (Internet connection required)
Romanian report

 

9.3 Memorandum of understanding   ↑

It is an official project document for stating the commitment of CHIMERA partners and stakeholders on common strategies and objectives for the promotion and development of creativity as a grounding value for and in enterprises. Specifically the document stated that CHIMERA outcomes, methodologies, results and networks, in a framework of exploitation and valorisation actions, are proposed and promoted as an experimented contribution for further studies, research and educational activities, with the main aim to stimulate the introduction of creative skills in corporate training plans. Particular attention is directed to promote the design, development, implementation and delivery of educational and training activities, in particular of innovative and experimental type, involving active enterprises and stakeholders.
At the moment the MoU has been already signed by 28 enterprises.
Sign the Memorandum of Understanding

 

9.4 Validation protocol   ↑

It is an operative document which defines the units of competences. It will have as a target the acknowledgment of the formative credits and their transferring among the partners countries through the elaboration of a joint ECVET proposal : the learning outcomes of the workshop activity will be modeled in reference to the credit transfer systems - and with particular reference to the ECVET approach - involving the Province of Perugia and the Umbria Region.
Validation protocol

partnership