Project partners developed a brand new, modular curriculum to support nascent creative entrepreneurs of all ages fulfil their entrepreneurial potential in the creative industry sector.
Partners developed a bespoke in-service training programme to ensure that VET professionals are equipped to deliver the creative business development curriculum; that they can make full use of the proposed e-learning platform; that they can deliver the training in a blended learning environment.
Across Limits developed an e-learning portal as a one-stop-shop providing instant access to the full suite of learning resources developed. The e-learning portal supports a wide range of innovative on-line course-ware. It incorporates a learner tracking mechanism to enable VET professionals monitor the progress of creative entrepreneurs through the various different curriculum modules provided.
The policy paper considers why a change of approach might be relevant; the policy options available and the pros and cons of each option. Finally the policy paper reccomands a course of action based on the experiences and lessons learned in the course of the Kre8r project and was presented at the planned National Campaigns.
In order to present some positive entrepreneurship stories and profiles and to try and outline the broadness of the creative industry sector project partners developed a series of case studies profiling creative entrepreneurs and their businesses in each partner country. These case studies are presented in a special case-study library on the e-learning portal as a reference tool to help inspire nascent creative entrepreneurs.