Together with its partners, Inno-Mir Interregional Innovative Development Center designed a unique cycle of educational programs in the field of Innovation Culture. The cycle consists of five independent, guest-training sessions, organized on an ‘innovation developing’ territory with participation of leading Russian and international experts, trainers and teachers. Guest sessions will be held on-site in countries participating actively in innovation processes (Finland, Germany, Spain, Belarus), as well as in Russia in St. Petersburg.
The training cycle is designed for:
These educational programs will enable participants to:
Upon completion, training certificates with recommendations are issued.
The educational program cycle’s relevance is predicated by Russia's shift to an innovative development model, requiring innovative activity by the citizenry. In order to accomplish the task, it is necessary to train personnel in various innovative fields, in general, as well as in the field of Innovative Culture in particular. Moreover, it is crucial to form a corps of competent managers, capable and responsible to develop innovative organizations, as well as areas that can create an effective, innovative climate within the team, the city, the region.
"Creating and development an innovation infrastructure. Innovative culture of Finland" provides an opportunity to plunge into the innovative atmosphere of Finland with all its national characteristics and approaches to solving problems related to innovation activities that are unique to the this country. Participation in this program provides an understanding of and ability to analyze complex system approach to the design, creation and development of various innovative projects, taking into account the specific characteristics of the regional development. The program is universal and is designed for everyone who works in the innovation sphere.
Program "Technology transfer and science-to-business marketing. Innovative culture of Germany" or "Driving future growth and competitiveness through Science-to-Business Marketing and Partner Relationship Management" enables deeper understanding and awareness of new forms of technology transfer from science to industry. Technological centers and incubators are the key points in a network. These structures appear mainly due to regional initiatives and are considered a prime example of public-private partnerships. The program provides an understanding of how to succeed in the work of such centers, based on partnerships with associations, trade and industry chambers, institutions, and banks in the region. The program is designed for those who are engaged in the implementation of high technologies, who plans to create a "science business", as well as to interested students, graduate students and young scientists.
Program "Distance education. Innovative culture of Spain" - the UOC (Open University of Catalonia) case - provides an opportunity to plunge into the detailed study of the on-line educational process, which is one of the perspective directions of higher and secondary education institutions existence and development. The program provides an understanding of the process of distance education, after complete immersion and direct involvement in this process throughout this educational program. The program is designed for specialists responsible for the innovative development of higher education institutions and other organizations related to the educational process, as well as for anyone interested in the innovative development through electronic tools (distance) education, including graduate students and young scientists.