St-Art app

Interactive learning space for developing

entrepreneurial skills in cultural assets and heritage


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In the current EU economic climate research indicates a critical need to respond creatively to VET training and up skilling requirements. Through the adaptation and integration of innovative contents and results of a LLP Project,I-CAMPUS, the present project proposal, ST-ART APP, aims to develop skills and enhance self employability by creating connections between VET, education and labour market by working with transnational partners (public and private vocational training institutes,  SMEs and Organisations and Fundations active in the support for self employability)in the sector of Creative entreprises and Cultural Assets and Heritage.

It was generally agreed that the successful promotion of the cross-curricular key competences, transversal skills and attitudes required a different, non-traditional pedagogic approach and changes in school organisation and management culture.Thanks to the high quality of the Consortium composed by Partners from 7 EU Countries (Italy, Croatia, Danmark, England, Greece, Hungary, Portugal), the project aims to provide the target groups, youngsters and entrepreneurs that want to approach business in Creative entreprises and Cultural Assets and Heritage sector,with tools that will allow them to start up and continue in business in the sector of Creative entreprises and Cultural Assets and Heritage. Direct beneficiaries will acquire transversal capabilities and skills such as critical thinking, creativity, sense of initiative, problem solving, risk assessment, decision-making and constructive management of feelings.


Whatch the video presentation of ST-ART APP


ITA-flag  Italian version 

greek-flag Greek version 

Portuguese Flag Portuguese version 

Croazian flag Croatian version 

bandiera ungheria Hungarian version 

Flag of Denmark Danish version


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This project has been funded with the support from the European Commission.
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