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E-Child Newsler June 2013

e-Child News
June 2013
Online Vocational Training Course on Children Ergonomics for Product Designers
E-Child project is looking for child product designers for a Pilot Course!

Free course + accreditation!

Methodology: on-line course
Accreditation: the students who have completed the self-evaluations and provided feedback about the course will obtain an accreditation
Languages: Bulgarian, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian and Spanish
Dates: the Pilot course starts on July or August (depending on the language) and will be open until Oct 15th 2013
Modalities: development of all contents; development of a specific course: footwear, clothing, childcare or any combination of them
60 hours including theoretical and practical contents

Contact us if you want to join the Pilot!
Please tell which language you would like to use. Contact:
Coordinator Andrés Bosch Alamar,
Children’s Fashion Europe andres@childrensfashioneurope.com Tel: +34 96 391 03 34

E-Child Partners meeting in Sofia, 5 & 6 June 2013

Bulgarian Association of Apparel and Textile Producers and Exporters BAATPE welcomed the project partners to their facilities in Sofia on 5th of June. The main subject was the upcoming conduction of the pilot course. The moodle platform contains the course which is divided in 5 modules, each one with sessions, divided in units and with activities. It also includes self evaluations and evaluation questionnaires, and a final assessment made to be answer at the end of the course. The pilot course will be finished by the 15th of October, as a deliverable including the results of the analysis of feedbacks will be delivered buy the end of that month.

E-Child partners in Sofia

After an intensive project meeting BAATPE also organized visits to four children fashion companies, which the partners received with enthusiasm on 6th of June.

BG Tex Nova design company & factory

KK shoe factory (above and below)

    This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.
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