The project workplan is composed of:


Project Management and Coordination (A1 on the gantt)

The coordinator will provide the partnership with a set of tools and procedure to let the cooperation start. This phase will last for the entire duration of the project (1-36) and will be important to coordinate efforts, time, results.

The outputs of this phase: partnership agreement, project detailed workplan, reporting system (official and internal), partnership official meetings, partnership internal communication system.


Project Monitoring (A2)

A monitoring system will be created to ensure quality, efficacy and effectivness of project actions and results. All partners will be involved to provide those data that could allow to keep under control project execution. This phase will last for the entire duration of the project (1-36)

The outputs of this phase: Quality Plan, Monitoring Manual, Monitoring tools, Monitoring reports, Monitoring Antenna


Project Communication (A3)

The partnership will agree on a system of internal and external communication, setting clearly target audience, indicators, stakeholders, tools and methodologies.

  1. Internal Communication: partners will agree on a set of rules concerning their communication. In particular the frequency, means and responsible. In addition to partnership meetings, online meetings will be organized at specific moments of the life of the project to discuss of key activities and check the status of the project.
  2. Dissemination: a dissemination plan will be prepared by LINK trying to build on already available channels, networks and the experience of partners. The partnership will base the dissemination on e-product in order to avoid waste of paper, money (with no real impact) and ensure virality of contents communicated through the web (eventually partners will print leaflet and poster at their own expenses). Each partner will be in charge at national level to promote the project and involve relevant target groups.



Analysis & Research

O1Report on European experiences of entrepreneurship training for creative & artists, creative intervention for innovation & needs analysis from CCIs and non creative organizations (SMEs and PAs)

O1/A1Desk research

O1/A2 Survey on needs

O1/A3 Design and finalization of the report


Project Implementation

O2 Training package on entrepreneurship for artists and creative

O2/A1 Setting methodology and structure of the training package

O2/A2 Training tools finalization

O2/A3 Competence Validation

O2/A4 Selection of participants for the pilot Training


E1 Multiplier Events (O2) – BarCamp

C1 Training Artists and Creative on Entrepreneurship skills (Blended Mobility VET learners)


O3 “Break in the desk” action

O3/A1 Methodology development

O3/A2 Didactical Objectives

O3/A3 Competence Validation

O3/A4 Selection of the SME to pilot


C2 “Break in the desk” learning sessions (Blended Mobility VET learners)

E2 Multiplier Events (O3) – Barcamp


O4 Social Learning Platform for Artist, Creative people, Enterprise and Public Institution

O4/A1Platform Design

O4/A2 Platform Development

O4/A3 Learning Object Development


Project Exploitation (A4) 

The results of the project, in order to be effective and able to generate benefits for the target groups involved, have to last even after the end of the project life and at the end of the NA economic support.

The partnership has therefore to grant that the model could be applied to other learning contexts and that other training providers would be interested in entering the network of VET operators.

The exploitation will be based on an exploitation plan, an IPR agreement (use of social platform in particular) and on two Intellectual Outputs:


O5 “Break in the desk” handbook

O5/A1 Finalization of the handbook

O6 A policy to support the “Break in the Desk”

O6/A1 Policy preparation and invitation to other PAs