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A RESPONSE TO THE
“ A SHARED FUTURE”
CONSULTATION PAPER

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Autumn/Winter Newsheet 2002

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The WEA’s Creative Learning team is embarking on an exciting new development.

For Northern Ireland to reach its full potential, new markets and new opportunities that utilise the region’s existing creative resources need to be recognised. The Creative Learning team is linking with the Creative Industries in Northern Ireland, through its new Creative Industries curriculum – CREATIVITY WORKING.

Craft, Design, Software, Visual Arts, Architecture, Performing Arts, Multimedia games, Advertising, Broadcast, Publishing, Fashion, Music and Film.

‘Creativity Working’ will provide education and training opportunities for people who wish to engage with the Creative Industries in Northern Ireland. It will provide participants with a creative tool kit to use on ideas and projects that stimulate entrepreneurial energy. The aim of the project is to develop creative entrepreneurship by providing the time and space for individuals to explore ideas, before committing to the rigours of business start up training. Participants will be enabled to move into the field of creativity and the Arts, the creative industries in their broadest sense, or into further training.

Courses on offer: (accredited through the Open College Network)

1. Recovering and rediscovering your creative self
2. Funding creative enterprise
3. Creative enterprise and business development
4. Professional practice in the Arts
5. Design led creativity
6. Creatively using ICT
7. Using computers in the Arts

Length of course: 20 hours class contact, 10 hours home study

Venue: suitable venues around Northern Ireland

Target groups: the men’s sector, workplaces, community groups

Cost: first fourteen courses are free

For further details contact Programme Manager, Deirdre Coughlan 02825655685



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