In Athens, on March 6th, 2015, Nosis Ltd hosted the kick-off meeting for project InMinds – Innovative Mindsets: Bridging the Skills Shortage of the European Printing Industry. Partners in the project come from Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom and Greece.
The partners were presented with the background of the project and its objectives. Schedule and deadlines for project’s deliverables were discussed.
The partners had the opportunity to learn about their role in the project and of their responsibilities in the development of each outcome. The coordinators presented the management process and the financial rules for the partnership.
The next meeting will take place in Athens, at the beginning of September 2015.
About the project:
The aim of the project is to aid the printing industry in facing challenges posed by constant changes in the global market. Traditional print media seem to be in decline in the recent years and printing companies are in need of adaptable, multi-skilled workers who can operate new technology equipment, analyze problems, make decisions, work cooperatively and enjoy a clearer understanding of the entire printing production process.
The project’s aid comes in a form of an innovative training methodology and content that will support the shift to skills matching the requirements of modern markets. Based on Be-Say-Do profiling and training programme that will effect in shifts of the companies mindsets and make them gradually adapt to the new changed, company reality.
Changing lives. Opening minds.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
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