On Friday 15th of September the evaluation conference for the InnoSpark project will take place at Plymouth Science Park. Alongside the Europa Training UK team partners from Bulgaria, Italy, Hungary, Estonia and Spain will gather together in Plymouth to present the findings and conclusions of the two year EU funded project InnoSpark.
The main aim of the InnoSpark project is to spark creativity and innovation Skills in the ICT Sector, in order to boost productivity, commercialising and aiding career development.
This evaluation conference is a great opportunity for leaders in the ICT and creative industries to meet and network prior to the evaluation conference over a lovely buffet lunch and hog roast. An industry guest speaker will close the conference and the partners from the project will present the following outputs of the project:
Intellectual Output 1:
State-of-the-art report on creativity thinking skills and innovation practices in the ICT sector in partner countries.
Intellectual Output 2:
The Self-Diagnostic Test in an interactive self-assessment tool for ICT employees and employers to discover the creativity skills they posses.
Intellectual Output 3:
The Toolkit is a practical guide for developing creative thinking and Innovation skills in ICT through interactive exercises with videos and further reading
Intellectual Output 4:
The Best Practices and Innovation Compendium contains good proven, effective and evidence-based examples of innovations in the ICT sector reached through creativity thinking techniques.
Date: Friday, 15th September 2017, 12pm - 1.30pm
Venue: Plymouth Science Park, 1 Davy Road, Plymouth, PL6 8BX.
Logistics: A buffet lunch will be provided during the creative networking event and free car parking is available.
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