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Innovative workplaceThe project “Towards a More Innovative Workplace” (InnoWork) under the ERASMUS+ Programme gathers 7 partners from 6 EU countries with the purpose of creating a more innovation-friendly environment for EU micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and increasing their business adaptability by providing the necessary training support.

The project “Towards a More Innovative Workplace” (acronym InnoWork, project number 2014-1-BG01-KA202-001634) is an initiative funded by ERASMUS+ Programme. The duration of the project is 26 months, starting on 1st of September 2014 and ending on 31st October 2016. The consortium consists of 7 partners from 6 EU countries: the consultancy company European Center for Quality and Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vratsa from Bulgaria, LearnPlay Foundation from United Kingdom, Vaasa University of Applied Sciences from Finland, the research institute MERIG from Austria, Kaunas Science and Technology Park from Lithuania and the training provider AidLearn from Portugal.

InnoWork aims to create a more innovation-friendly environment for EU micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and increase their business adaptability by providing the necessary training support for performing organizational innovation.

The project is aimed at two major target groups – SMEs (micro, small and medium sized enterprises) and continuing VET providers.

The products developed within the project are as follows:

InnoWork Curriculum: it provides the framework of the training contents focusing on the expected learning outcomes of each of the ten selected topics, main concepts to be covered as well as the expected duration of each training module.

Training content: the training materials seek to address and boost innovation and creativity skills in both managers and employees in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. The ten modules not only offer short theoretical part aiming to introduce learners with key concepts relevant to the topic but also provide self-reflection questions, challenging case studies and interactive gamified exercises.

Guidelines for VET providers: a short methodological document leading VET providers through the developed training content of InnoWork.

We believe that here you will find something challenging, something practical and something inspiring to add a touch of creativity to your everyday work!


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