The project 'Through the School Curriculum to Contemporary Content and Methods in Studio Productions', in which Restart participated as a partner, officially ended after a year of implementation. The value of the project was 2,193,727.24 HRK and one of the goals of the project was to strengthen technical and operational capacity of vocational schools that needed to develop innovative school curriculum and methods of work in the area of modern production to meet the needs of employers and trends in the audiovisual industry and electronic media. The project resulted in designing four new elective curricula that students will be able to choose study, unique professional literature that will be available to all students and foundation was set for the first School television.
The project lasted for 12 months during which 50 students and more that ten professors from the School for Art, Design, Graphics and Clothes Zabok. and Electrotechnic school Varaždin were involved. The last phase of the project was 'dislocated classes' on the island of Vis as a pilot project through which were developed approaches and tools for the modernization of school curricula under the supervision of Restart's educational team: Nebojša Slijepčević, Igor Bezinović, Dinka Radonić and Vanja Jambrović.
The project is co-financed from the European Social Fund, a scheme to grant "Modernisation of school curricula in VET schools in line with the Croatian Qualifications Framework and the labor market needs – Phase II '. Main partner was Electrotechnic school Varaždin along with partners: University of Applied Sciences VERN , School for Art, Design, Graphics and Clothes Zabok nad Restart.