On June, 28th, 2021 HRDA held another Follow-up meeting with graduates from specialized CODE training courses at Creative Center Ruse. Participants discussed on the perspectives for the future development of the trainees in the field of the creative industries and on the implementation of joint projects.
HRDA is proud about the results achieved so far, as they proove that we have succeeded in our mission to motivate young people to continue their education and to raise their competitiveness in the creative industries labour market.
After graduating CODE courses, 10trainees continued their education, 2 of the trainees started workin 3D animation studio in Ruse. Within the framework of CODE courses, young people not only learned the theory, they have created their own videos, 3D animation heroes and short films, graphic pictures. Trainees visited companies to get an idea where and how they could apply the acquired knowledge in practice.
Youngsters had the chance to improve themselves for successful participation in the creative industries labor market. The quality education that Project provides to young people gives them opportunities for finding a job in the field of gaming,animation and cinema industry, etc. and reasons to remain to living and workingin their native places.
The project CODE benefits from a 2 300 000 € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants. The aim of the project CODE is to provide opportunities for quality employment to vulnerable young people in poverty risk.