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TEACH FOR FUTURE: Mentoring Campus in Romania

TEACH FOR FUTURE: Testing and certification of ICT skills and transfer of best practices between adult learners from Romania-Greece-Bulgaria, within the Mentoring Campus in Bucharest

ANBPR announced the organization, between 28th of March 2022- 1st of April 2022, of the Mentoring Campus in Romania (C4 – Blended mobility for adults regarding the testing and certification of IT skills and the transfer of best practices within the Center of Excellence in Romania). The Mentoring Campus in Bucharest will be attended by 30 adult beneficiaries from Romania, Greece and Bulgaria. This activity is part of the Erasmus+ TEACH FOR FUTURE project – Educational Transformation of Adults through Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship.

Following the local adult learning activities on ICT (Digital Marketing, Online Collaboration, 3D Printing and Image Editing), Management of Innovation & Network Collaboration and Entrepreneurship & Leadership, the top 30 adult participants from Romania, Greece and Bulgaria was invited to take part in the Mentoring Campus in Bucharest.

The activities of the Mentoring Campus will take place at the Center of Excellence in ICT in the National Library of Romania (presentations, guided tour, projections, exhibitions, demonstrations of innovative ICT solutions, best practices in 3D Printing, robotics, digitization, etc. ), as well as at the EduHub ECDL in Veranda Mall (taking ECDL simulations and certification exams).

After taking the certification exams, all 30 adult beneficiaries will have the opportunity to participate in a 3D Modeling and Printing competition, on two thematic components: 3D Entrepreneur and 3D for Life, respectively, the most innovative ideas will be awarded.

Participants from Romania, Greece and Bulgaria, who have created models produced in different media or formats, will choose to register in the competition as follows:

– 3D Entrepreneur: entrepreneurial ideas developed by adults

– 3D for Life: making functional objects by 3D modeling and printing.

 “The TEACH FOR FUTURE project is a complex educational initiative, grafted on the current training needs of adults in the 3 participating countries. Both the transnational component of the learning process and the collaborative approach of this formative endeavor make TEACH FOR FUTURE a European-level educational reference. Regarding the transfer of specialized knowledge for adults in topical thematic fields, adapted to the current requirements of the labor market, our project aims to become a replicable model of best practices in other complementary areas of expertise”, said Ioana Crihană, TEACH FOR FUTURE Project Manager.

About TEACH FOR FUTURE: TEACH FOR FUTURE project is funded under the European Union’s Erasmus+ program, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships. The consortium of partners consists of the National Association of Public Librarians and Libraries in Romania – ANBPR, Romania, Global Libraries Bulgaria Foundation, Bulgaria, and Initiative for Heritage Conservation, Greece, as well as associate partners from all three countries involved: The National Library of Romania, Bucharest Metropolitan Library, “Octavian Goga” Cluj County Library, “Panait Istrati” Brăila County Library, “Kájoni János” Harghita County Library (Romania), Bulgarian Library and Information Association (Bulgaria) and Learning for Life (Greece).

About ANBPR: The most representative professional association of public librarians and libraries in Romania, concerned with the well-being and professional performance of its members, the evolution of the national cultural field and the substantial emancipation of communities.  Starting from the basic principles of associative work – solidarity, cohesion, social employment and competitiveness – ANBPR advocates for the support of qualitative education, democratization of access to innovation and awareness on the benefits of technology for heterogeneous categories of library service users.

Contact information: [email protected]; phone: (+40) 758 220 291;;

The project is co-funded by the European Union. 

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