Finishing Touch in KA-3004 CULTA Project



24 September 2021
This autumn is marked with completion of a bunch of Russian-Finnish PetrSU projects under the aegis of the CBC Karelia Program.

This autumn is marked with completion of a bunch of Russian-Finnish PetrSU projects under the aegis of the CBC Karelia Program.
PetrSU employees and partner organizations’ representatives took part in the final event summing up the results of the three-year work on implementation of the KA-3004 project "Development of effective forms of interaction between culture and business".

The meeting was of a hybrid nature. Representatives of the partner organizations, including Finnish experts from Oulu University of Applied Sciences and South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, gathered together in Oulu. Meanwhile, PetrSU specialists and the Karelian College of Culture and Arts, other concerned parties visited the Boiling Point Coworking Space for the "Oulu-Petrozavodsk" teleconference to analyze the achievements.

Colleagues had a final look on the project results and considered them as a platform for further use of the created educational resources, analytical materials, curricular resources, models of interaction and mutually beneficial cooperation between cultural and business institutions.

PetrSU specialists consulted with Finnish colleagues on the lifelong education prospects for the specialists working in the field of social and cultural activities and tourism. There also were a number of agreements reached during the conference, including the continuation of cooperation in the implementation of advanced training programs and intensive thematic trainings for managers of culture and tourism, the joint participation of universities in projects on this issue.

During this final meeting, PetrSU specialists presented to partners a brochure prepared and published within the framework of the CULTA project. It contains the best practices and recommendations for the development of cross-border cultural services and tourism.

 

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