Entrepreneurship Education through urban regeneration and commons valorisation Erasmus Project

General information for the Entrepreneurship Education through urban regeneration and commons valorisation Erasmus Project

Entrepreneurship Education through urban regeneration and commons valorisation Erasmus Project
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Project Title

Entrepreneurship Education through urban regeneration and commons valorisation

Project Key Action

This project related with these key action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project Action Type

This project related with this action type : Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training

Project Call Year

This project’s Call Year is 2017

Project Topics

This project is related with these Project Topics: Enterprise, industry and SMEs (incl. entrepreneurship); Creativity and culture; Entrepreneurial learning – entrepreneurship education

Project Summary

The Entercom project focused on the importance of the entrepreneurship education in coherence with the EU key policies started in 2003 through the “European Green Paper on Entrepreneurship” and extended in 2016 to the “Entrepreneurship Competence Framework” which tries to reach a shared model connecting the world of education and the labour market. Starting from the analysis of the different contexts within the project partnership, the project responded to the common need to develop new training methodologies for facilitators since the majority of the educational programs are addressed to young people neglecting the role of educator. The project achieved the following objectives: – to develop a new teaching methodology through the transnational background which can be experience to trainers/educators and mentors as well as the organizations that deal with the young entrepreneurship; – to set up a transnational network of trainers, educators and mentors who are involved on common goods based on methodologies and teaching procedures which can be useful to the knowledge exchange among professionals and experts, fostering the dissemination of entrepreneurial projects.The partnership consisted of five partners from four European countries and based on different skills and expertise on entrepreneurship, vocational and educational training, business competitiveness and innovation, creative industries: – Goodwill, Italy – Consorzio Materahub industrie culturali e creative, Italy – Consejería de economía e infraestructuras, Junta de Extremadura, Spain – Inova +, Portugal – Gemeente ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.The expected results have been achieved through five Intellectual Outputs and a transnational pilot training week:- A Competence Framework to list the facilitator’s key competences who deals with entrepreneurial projects connected to the urban regeneration and the valorization of commons goods. – A Training package on education aimed at identifying the methodologies and tools useful to support facilitators in mentoring activities addressed to young people.- A Social Learning Platform addressed to facilitators involved in entrepreneurship education, willing to approach this topic focusing on exploitation of common goods and urban regeneration. – A Handbook for facilitators providing information related to the training modules and a user’s manual of the platform. – Policy consisting of recommendations in relation to urban regeneration, commons and social entrepreneurship education aimed at making the project methodology transferable in other European contexts and by other actors. The project ENTERCOM had an important impact in the EU dialogue and debate around the application in real cases and initiatives of the EntreComp Framework by the European Commission. For the first time, a project was focusing on the framework application in the social enterprise wide sector, talking about urban regeneration projects and commons.

EU Grant (Eur)

Funding of the project from EU: 245292,81 Eur

Project Coordinator

Goodwill & Country: IT

Project Partners

  • Power Net Consulting S.R.L.