Entrepreneurship skills as path to efficient inclusion in the society
Entrepreneurship skills are among the eight key competencies of the European Reference Framework on Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning. However, the fundamentals of entrepreneurship are not taught in educational institutions at the primary and secondary levels or during vocational education and training. Shaping young entrepreneurs into policymakers is important, as they have the potential to innovate, combat unemployment, prevent social exclusion, and therefore contribute to overall economic growth and territorial cohesion. To make such training effective, educators, youth workers and trainers should learn and make use of these skills.
Aim of the project
Increase the competencies of youth workers and educators to offer new entrepreneurial opportunities to young people with a business idea.
All young people at all levels of education should have the opportunity to develop these competencies through practical preparation. That is where the youth workers can play an essential role. Young people do not lack self-esteem or courage to develop their business idea, they need higher support in the development of competencies necessary to recognize entrepreneurial opportunities such as financial literacy, digital proficiencies, and soft skills.
Partners will design accessible and inclusive project activities, taking into account the views of participants with fewer opportunities and involving them in decision-making throughout the whole process.
- Duration 24 months
- AGREEMENT NUMBER 2021-1-PL01-KA220-YOU-000028596
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