The Paphos Chamber of Commerce and Industry participated in the fourth partner meeting held on Friday, April 21, 2017, in Bratislava, Slovakia, within the framework of its participation in the Open Educational Resources for the Development of Arts and Crafts (OER-CRAFT).
OER-CRAFT aims to develop innovative training solutions to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of micro-enterprises, in particular in their participation in national and Community markets, by developing relevant training solutions and materials to enhance the capability of existing very small and craft-type businesses to compete in today’s economic environment. The OER-CRAFT program is aimed at all those individuals who want to set up their own business in response to the crisis and unemployment.
The idea behind OER-CRAFT is to develop a free-of-charge training platform open to all, aimed at micro-enterprises and craft and craft enterprises, with a view to promoting their access to the single market EU and the opportunities offered by the EU to enhance its competitiveness.
The Chamber was represented by Mr. Makis Tsiatsios, Head of Public & International Relations.
For more information about the platform and all the free information created for micro-businesses, interested parties can visit http://www.craftstraining.eu/