Training Programmes

ISP #1

Concepts and Fundamentals

Under the motto “Concepts and Fundamentals” the first Training Programme within the BuildDigiCraft project took place virtually on October 19th22nd

ISP #2

Digital FUTURES

Under the motto “Digital Futures” the second Training Programme within the BuildDigiCraft project took place virtually
on February 15th19th

 

ISP #3

Craft and Craftsmanship

Under the motto “Craft and Craftsmanship” the third Training Programme within the BuildDigiCraft project will take place virtually
on June 14th–18th

ISP #4

Re-Think Baukultur

Under the motto “Re-think Baukultur” the Forth Training Programme within the BuildDigiCraft project will take place virtually
on  November 29th–December 3rd

The backbone of the BuildDigiCraft project consists of four training programmes, also called Intensive Study Programmes* (ISPs),. The ISPs are open to early-stage researchers such as PhD and advanced Master level students, as well as to experienced scientists, practitioners and researchers, willing to share their expertise and skills with eager for knowledge participants. 
The ISPs provide new learning opportunities, skills development, and access to information and to state-of-the art research results for both its. learner and teaching staff participants. Furthermore, they enable students and teachers to work together in multinational and multidisciplinary groups and so benefit from special learning and teaching conditions not available in a single institution. Thus, every participant can gain new perspectives on the topic being studied.*

In the BuildDigiCraft project an ISP usually lasts 4 to 6 days, depending on the format. The thematic scope of the four ISPs covers the following topics: (1) Fundamental concepts of the BuildDigiCraft project, (2) Digital Reality, (3) Craft and Craftsmanship and (4) Re-think Baukultur. The outcomes of the training programmes will be evaluated and summed up as Intellectual Outputs (IOs), which will be officially presented at the final Project Conference in May 2022. At this final event all ISP participants will have the opportunity to come together one more time, to exchange together on the knowledge and experiences gained within the project and what is more to share the project outcomes with a broader audience of professionals and interested public.

All four ISPs are interrelated and organized in a consecutive way. Nevertheless, participants can join an ISP without having participated in one of the pervious ISPs. At the same time, participants are encouraged to take part in more than one ISP, and if possible, even in all four training programmes.

* in accordance with the guidelines of the ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnerships programme