The InMinds interactive training experience:

  • Is an innovative methodology on skills development offering important advantages and self-awareness to people seeking to shift jobs;
  • Concerns new didactics, new themes and new technologies;
  • Links to the growing importance of visual information

Printing sector’ workers, employers & SMEs providers can benefit from “Innovative Mindsets” in the following ways:

  • Safely determine the success probabilities of job mobilities by harnessing the power of the knowledge bank with previous transitions.
  • Receive personalized training facilitated by the real time feedback of the Barometer tracking the performance of individuals.
  • Freely use a comprehensive toolkit offering skill development, job mobility and enhancement of ICT skills ultimately increasing productive quality of the sector.
  • Take advantage of a useful and practical tool for employers seeking to employ new personnel or even more re-skill the existing human capital.

National agencies involved in Vocational Education and Training and Continuous Vocational Education and Training (VET/CVET), Policy makers, Training providers can benefit from “Innovative Mindsets” in the following ways:

  • Consult provided research findings, recommendations and contributions to standards of skills needed specifically for the European printing industry of the future.
  • Access a range of information resources, network with the InMinds community of practitioners and use as input the provided foundation from which further research can be carried out.


The impact will be multifaceted providing training material for employees to benefit from in their day to day job activities, while also providing knowledge and techniques in catching up with the ICT growth trend giving them concrete support in becoming more productive, more adaptive to the changes and finally minimizing the skill’s gap in the specific sector.

Certain skills on the printing market are rare and measures should be taken in order to increase the training capacity in the printing sector for young people, existing personnel and older workforce. The desired impact is to countermeasure this trend and provide a solid, comprehensive approach in order to minimize the skills gap, catch up with the constantly changing world of technological progress affecting the sector and becoming a more competitive region to the global printing market.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

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