Mapping of lifelong learning programmes and VET programmes for upskilling

This survey aims at gathering fundamental information concerning the production and offering of learning programmes for upskilling and re-skilling of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs), around Europe. Learning more about the state of cultural and creative industry education programmes across Europe will provide conditions for understanding current gaps and future opportunities to improve the relation among CCIs, students, institutions and the market. Indeed, the objective of this mapping practice is stimulating a general improvement of the learning offer.
This survey is being conducted by researchers at the EIT Culture & Creativity consortium, a group of academic, sector, and industry partners working with the European Institute of Innovation & Technology to strengthen the creative and culture sectors in the EU.
To achieve this, the survey is divided in two parts.
The first part is dedicated to the respondent organisation, where it is located, which one is the sector where it operates and its typology. Gathering information about the organisation is as fundamental as understanding its learning programmes. Indeed, it guarantees the possibility to trace an effective map of CCIs dedicated to training, and their characteristics.
The second part is vertically dedicated to the learning programmes offered by the organisation, their characteristics and quality, their target, and the compliance between the programmes and both the labour market and the EIT standards.
Finally, attached to this survey, there is a partner list, namely a document where the respondents can indicate possible organisation to include in the mapping, and so contributing to the research.
Please be assured that your responses will be kept completely confidential. Your participation in this research is voluntary. You have the right to withdraw at any point during the study, for any reason, and without any prejudice. If you would like to contact the researchers involved in this study, please e-mail us at