On Thursday 21st May, BLUEPRINT project partners gathered online, instead of meeting in Brussels as originally planned, due to current Covid-19 circumstances.
As a reminder, the Blueprint for Skills Cooperation and Employment in Active Leisure is a 3-year European project focusing on developing new skills for current and future fitness and outdoors workers, for improving employability of young people, and supporting entrepreneurship and growth across the sector, through a fruitful partnership of expertise.
This 6th partner meeting was first an opportunity to update each other about the Covid-19 impact on the fitness and outdoors sectors in each partner country. The discussions then focused on the ambitious set of 12 intellectual outputs of the project, most of which have been finalized.
While there’s still uncertainty on the possibility to organise the final conference in person in Brussels, due to current and foreseen travel and group-gathering restrictions, partners took decisions on outstanding actions, and looked at several options to hold the last project meeting and conference.