20 April 2021
From 28 to 30 April, UNESCO will conduct an online course on developing creative and innovative thinking skills for young people from Central Asia and the South Caucasus to celebrate the World Creativity and Innovation Day.The crisis associated with the long-term COVID-19 pandemic has once again demonstrated the need for a creative and innovative approach to solving problems in all spheres of human life. At the same time, young people were singled out as one of the most active groups of the population in responding to the negative consequences of the pandemic at different levels.
Today, leading commercial companies, international organizations and governments are in need of creative and innovative employees to face the new challenges of our time.
Thus, this course will serve as an impetus for the empowerment of young people, equipping them with the skills and the necessary tools to develop creative and innovative thinking.
For three days, participants will receive interactive online trainings combining practical lectures, e-tivities, and the application of techniques in practice.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to fluently master the key brainstorming techniques, apply different thinking styles for creative problem solving, and apply various creative thinking techniques to develop innovations.
Course schedule:April 28 - 15:00 - 18:00 (Nur-Sultan time)
Definition of creative and innovative thinking.
Creation of an environment for creative thinking.
April 29 - 15:00 - 18:00 (Nur-Sultan time)
Tools for the development of creative thinking.
April 30 - 15:00 - 18:00 (Nur-Sultan time)
Creative Thinking Tools - Design Thinking, SCAMPER, Double Diamond.
Registration:Course language is Russian.
Young people from 16 to 30 years old are eligible.
Please fill the online form for your registration until 26 April 2021.