The VIP project aims to respond to significant changes within the European performing art sector, in particular to the transformation as regards strategies, structures, management, design and production of scenography and stage technologies. To achieve this, the project will design and introduce innovative training models and will aim to forecast new skills profiles (e.g. (director, scenery designer or lighting designer) in the performing arts sector. Following an initial research phase, relating to the state-of-the-art of continuing vocational training in the sector, the project will develop the content of a series of individual training models, which will be then tested by relevant actors (educational representatives, European teachers, project partners). The end results of the project will comprise both the results of the initial research phase in the performing arts sector and three individual training modules (to be released on paper and on CD-Rom). Dissemination activities will take place throughout the project lifetime and will comprise the publication of a newsletter (in EN & IT), the hosting of several workshops and conferences across the participating partner countries and the distribution of the end products. Beneficiaries of the project include young people in initial training and young employees in addition to teaching and training professionals within the performing arts sector.
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