Each course consists of several short videos and is complemented with practical tips and examples. You can receive a certificate on completion of each course. The courses are available in 8 languages (Russian, English, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Georgian, Romanian, Azerbaijani and Armenian) and include the best European practices in the sphere of cultural and creative industries.
The Strategic Planning course will teach you how to formulate an organisation’s vision, conduct internal and external analyses, determine competitive advantages and implement a successful marketing plan (from the author of the popular book for creative businesses David Parrish).
The Advocacy course videos will teach you how to develop an advocacy strategy. You will also get practical advice on key tools and effective campaigning methods (from the communication expert Anush Begloyan).
The Creative Europe Course consists of 5 videos with step-by-step instructions on how to apply to Creative Europe, the biggest European grant programme in the cultural sphere (from the heads of Creative Europe Lithuania Desk Egle Deltuvaite and the Estonia Desk Yvelin Karu-Veskioja). During the course, you will learn about the selection criteria, registration process, search for partners and success factors when applying for Creative Europe.
The Proposal Writing course will help cultural managers to prepare successful project proposals, and so obtain the funds for implementing these projects. After completing the course, you will be able to determine the project’s goals, objectives and expected outcomes, find partners and develop proper applications. The course is led by Magdalena Krasowska-Igras, a coach on writing project proposals and setting a budget who has more than 12 years of experience.
Over the year, new topics will be added to the courses, including finance, fundraising, communication, project management for cultural organisations and many more.
The EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme aims to support cultural and creative industries and increasing their contribution to the social and economic development in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. To find out more about the courses visit www.culturepartnership.eu or write to firstname.lastname@example.org