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EGIN Annual Conference 2016
Theme
Capacity building, Industry and education liaison.
Dates: 21 and 22 April 2016.

Conference Venue
VIP Executive Art’s Hotel Lisboa
Avenida D. João II, nº 47,
1998-028 Lisboa - Portugal
Telephone: +351 210 020 400
E-mail: vendas.arts@viphotels.com
Website:http://www.viphotels.com/en/Hotels/VIP-Executive-Arts/About-Hotel.aspx

Accommodation
VIP Executive Art’s Hotel Lisboa
Avenida D. João II, nº 47, 1998-028 Lisboa - Portugal
Telephone: +351 210 020 400
E-mail: vendas.arts@viphotels.com
Web:http://www.viphotels.com/en/Hotels/VIP-Executive-Arts/About-Hotel.aspx

Costs

For EGIN members the conference costs are
€ 325, including all breaks, lunches, the EGIN drinks and dinner, meeting rooms and facilities. If you bring a partner to the EGIN drinks and dinner, the charges will be € 42.

For non-members the fee amounts to € 685, the same services apply as for EGIN members. If you bring a partners to the EGIN drinks and dinner, an extra charge of € 42 will be applied.

Hotel costs
Single room € 67 per day, city taxes € 1 per person per day.
Double room € 77 per day, city taxes € 1 per person per day.

Public transport
You can already download the Metro Network Lisbon

Hotel Art's is located close to the station Oriente (Red line).

 

 

 

The Program

Thursday April 21
Capacity building,
Industry - education liaison.

Plenary sessions are in the room named: Rubys

09.30 hrs. Opening of The Annual Conference 2016
Anders Mosumgaard, Chairman of EGIN.
09.35 hrs. “A welcome in Portugal” Mr Rui Lança, Design and Multimedia teacher of Escola de Tecnologias Inovação e Criação (ETIC)
09.45 hrs. “The Portuguese educational system, latest developments”Mr Rui Lança, Design and Multimedia teacher of Escola de Tecnologias Inovação e Criação (ETIC
10.15 hrs. The Annual Report 2015
Anders Mosumgaard, Chairman of EGIN.
10.35 hrs. Networking break
11.05 hrs. Project presentations by participants
The possibility for participants to present their project (on going, applied for, finished). Please contact us at info@egin.nl
12.30 hrs. Lunch, to be served in Restaurant Arts
14.00 hrs. "Enter the creative world"
How the students are prepared for the labour market of the future. Innovation plays an important role in this.
Sjoerd Wanrooij, Senior International Officer Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam.
14.45 hrs. “Flexible workforce in a digital world” Why competence management is getting more important than skills management only. 'Adaptive to Change' is core competence nr.1.
Oscar van Veen, co-founder Mangrove, associate partner PRiMAN talent management.
15.30 hrs. Networking break
16.00 hrs. Workshops, in plenary room Rubys, and Diamante 1
16.45 hrs. Results of the workshops 17.00 hrs. End of first day of the conference.

19.00 hrs. EGIN Drinks on the ‘Mezzaninne floor’
20.00 hrs. EGIN Dinner in the room Arts 2


Friday April 22

09.30 hrs. Opening of the second day of the conference
09.35 hrs. “Practical skills in digital media… ” About the need of interdisciplinarity in the digital media sector Alex Huldi, Senior Art Director & Jana Nobel, Creative Director, both @ NAMICS AG, namics.com, St.Gallen “…and its implementation in vocational education” Insights into the education and training concept for IMD Daniel Kehl, Head of Vocational Education and Training, GBS St.Gallen.
10.30 hrs. About content design, usability and prototyping” Interactive workshop as follow up of the presentation.
11.15 hrs. Networking break
11.45 hrs. Member’s time, EGIN ideas, projects, events, seminars. Members who would like to address the conference with ideas, news, seminars, or other announcements, please inform us at info@egin.nl
• The Interactive Media Design Award for young talents 2016
• IMD16.SG - The Swiss Interactive Media Design Congress - St.Gallen, November 11, 2016
• The EGIN autumn seminar 2016 in Newcastle, England Ronnie Burns, Operations Manager: Business Development | School of Creative Industries, Newcastle College
• Ingi Rafn Ólafsson, video impression of Autumn Seminar 2015, IDAN Iceland
13.00 hrs. Lunch, to be served in Restaurant Arts
14.15 hrs. “Print 4.0 – impacts of the fourth industrial revolution on the printing industry”
Thomas Hagenhofer, Zfa – Ver-di, Germany
14.45 hrs. Open Floor for ideas for the annual conference 2017
The possibility for the participants to come up with ideas and suggestions for the next annual meeting.
15.15 hrs. Formal closing of the Conference





 

Amount of participants
Date:16-04-2016: 42

 

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Presentations Thursday April 21

Rui Lanca, The Portuguese Educational system ans EPI - ETIC
Karen D'Haeseleer, Artevelde
Jan Vermoesen, Mediarte
Frank Den Hartog, The green salon
Peter Tegel, • EMSPI (Energy Management Standardisation in Printing Industry)
Claus Bojesen Pedersen, The Link 2 project
Niels Edvard Killie, Changes in Norwegian VET

Sjoerd Wanrooij, Enter the creative world
Oscar van Veen, Flexible workforce in a digital world

Presentations Friday April 22

Alex Hudly and Jana Nobel, Practical skills in digital media…
Daniel Kehl, .... and its implementation in vocational education

Daniel Kehl, The Interactive Media Design Award for young talents 2016
Daniel Kehl, IMD16.SG - The Swiss Interactive Media Design Congress - St.Gallen, November 11, 2016
Graham Stouph, TEST The EGIN autumn seminar 2016 in Newcastle, England
Ingi Rafn Olafsson, New ways in adult education and video impression of Autumn Seminar 2015
Rasmus Gorell Mackenhauer, a project for refugees

 

 

 

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Activities archive  
In this part of the website you will find the past activities of EGIN that are relevant to keep on the website in order to give the visitor the possibility to also have a look at the past events. > EGIN Annual Conference 2015
> Autumn seminar 2014
> Annual conference 2014
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