Experts in the cultural and creative sectors are needed to evaluate Sector Skills Alliances
The EU’s Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) has published a call for expression for interest in working as an evaluation expert for Erasmus+.The call for expression for interest
In particular, the EACEA is seeking experts in the cultural and creative sectors to evaluate proposals for Sector Skills Alliances. Those willing to participate in the 2014 selection must register in the expert database by 25 February at the latest.
The “Sector Skills Alliance” is a new funding type under the Erasmus+ programme. Its objective is to bridge skills gaps through cooperation within certain occupations (professions) in the same economic sector. An Alliance aims to update the vocational European core curriculum in relation to labour market needs, and to ensure that this is then recognised in partner countries.
The cultural and Creative sectors are one of the six eligible sectors defined in the Erasmus+ programme guide