CCLEP Project Presentation in Greece.
Topic Discussions: the European Challenges of the Music Sector and Live Event Producers

An initiative from NPO MESO Events in collaboration with partners of the European Consortium Cclep, the Hellenic Network of the European Music Day and Eleusis 2021.

DURATION: 2.45 HOURS
STEKI P.A.K.P.P.A. OF ELEUSINA,
FRIDAY 22ND OF JUNE
STARTING AT: 10.00
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

“Certified Competences for Live Events Professionals” (CCLEP)
The CCLEP Project, is co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union. Its objectives aims to facilitate the recognition and validation of qualifications, skills and competences of the professions of riggers, scaffolder and live music events producer. 

The live entertainment industry suffers from the lack of a systematic approach to the recognition of professionals and their training. The recognition of the figures is fragmented, and often the training courses are based on obsolete models.

In this context and following the partnership of Assomusica and MESO Events for the development of ELMA initiative(European Live Music Association), a new consortium including the European Centre for Leadership & Entrepreneurship Education (FR), the Emilia Romagna Region (IT), Epralima (PT) and  Plasa (UK) has been granted an ERASMUS+ project of Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices: the CCLEP project (Certified Competences For Live Events Professionals).

Discussion Programme and Panelists:

11.30 – 13.00: Panel Discussion: encourage cooperation between public, private and VET bodies
Can we strengthen collaboration and networking between European organizations and encourage cooperation between public, private and VET bodies and support development of training offers?

11.30 -12.15: Roundtable: About the importance of cooperation between public, private and VET bodies to support Music Events Professionals develop skills and competencies

 12.15 – 12.45: Discussion about the project and the networking opportunities through the CCLEP project of international campus in October 2018, Arcos De Valdevez, Portugal

Speakers:

  • Georges Perot: 
  • Peter Baros,
    • President of International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC),
    • Secretary General of Slovenian music information Centre (SIGIC)
  •  Mahamouda Salouhou
    • President of Djagora University (SEN),
    • President European Centre for Leadership and Entrepreneurship Education (ECLEE – FR)

Entrance free upon registration due to limited seats. Find more information at:  www.facebook.com/europeanmusicday.gr and www.cclep.eu

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