CO-FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION
On November 9th, the partners of the KT Soft Skills Erasmus+ project met online to discuss the results of the Validation of the KTSoftSkills Investigation Report.
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This Autumn, the partners of the KT SoftSkills initiative are gearing up for a series of decisive advancements to make knowledge transfer great again! As we collectively enter a crucial phase of the project, our shared objective remains consistent: to create a KT Soft Skills Training Program that responds to the needs of the evolving Knowledge Transfer landscape.
On June 29th, 2023, the KT SoftSkills partners gathered in Leiden, the Netherlands, for their highly anticipated second face-to-face project meeting. This meeting aimed to strategize and chart the course for the upcoming six months of the project, marking a crucial phase in its development.
After a semester from its start, the Consortium of the KT SoftSkills project is going to share a reflection and an update on the activities carried out so far.
The KT SoftSkills is a three-years (Dec 2022-Nov 2025) project, co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union. It aims at removing those barriers between HEIs and external partners, by supporting and improving their mutual understanding and negotiation processes.