2 ENCATC Breakfasts to boost your skills
Since the start of the pandemic, educators, researchers, cultural managers, practitioners, and policy makers are struggling to work digitally. The ENCATC Breakfasts are our commitment to help our members, our community, and our sector to address the challenges of working in a digital environment with the right and new skills and competences.
Covid-19 has pushed us to take our digital set of skills and tools up to a new level. As Covid pandemic will progressively disappear, these digital skills won’t and are here to stay. Do not avoid them; embrace them!
Through these #DigitalSkills ENCATC Breakfasts participants learned which are the top digital tools used nowadays; what is their purpose and potential uses; and most importantly: how to use them! Combining a bit of theory and practice in-situ, these ENCATC Breakfasts encouraged the free exploration and to experience the platforms, gaining the necessary confidence to integrate them into professional life.
Our two encounters aimed to combine two very different working environments and needed skills: creative and disruptive MIRO & efficient and organized TRELLO.
- 03 May 2021 - MIRO: the new essential for interactive sessions at 09:30-10:30 (CEST) - PAST
- 10 May 2021 - TRELLO: efficient and organized work management at 09:30-10:30 (CEST)
This ENCATC Breakfast is in collaboration with CHARTER – European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance and done with the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
What did people say about the Breakfasts on #DigitalSkills?
- I want to thank ENCATC publicly for the training they are giving us on Miro and Trello. The first session on Miro was excellent. - Gaia Jungeblodt, Director, ICOMOS International Secretariat
- The first session on MIRO was designed for beginners, covering all the fundamental features and its challenges. However it also showed us the full range of potential in the Miro platform in a very easy straightforward step-by-step approach. In the end, it all seemed really easy. Another good thing is that examples from other platforms were used, apps to help us feel more comfortable with MIRO. This helps the user to use their own previous digital skills from other apps. - Elis Marçal, E.C.C.O. President
- Very useful and fantastic to know I can make better graphics than using PowerPoint. - Nessa Roche, Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage Ireland, Senior Architectural Advisor