- Quality Report
- Quality Plan
- Dissemination Strategy
- Report from Malta
- Integration to the Guidelines
- Entre Comp-Framework
- Entrepreneurial thinking
- ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2020 ACTION PLAN
- Entrepreneurship Education – Commission 2011
- Entrepreneurship education Guide
- European Guidelines for validation non formal learning
- OECD 2016_EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- OECD 2016_NETS_WHAT CAN BE DONE
Between January and March 2017 the consortium carried out the analysis of the framework in the five countries involved in the project (Italy, Germany, Hungary, Malta, Slovenia). The main aim of the study was defining the profiles of NEETs and older entrepreneurs and capturing the use of the intergenerational approach for boosting entrepreneurship in Europe. The study results have been showed in five country reports (Italy, Germany, Hungary, Malta, Slovenia) and also in the International Report, written between April and July 2017 (IO1). The findings are the basis for setting up the training materials for NEETs and older Entrepreneurs (“Seniors”) that will be tested also through the use of the e-learning platform between March and June 2018 (IO2). The learning outcomes will be assessed and the evaluation will shape to the definition of the Guidelines for the recognition of entrepreneurial competences in educational non-formal settings in Europe.
Each country involved in the “Be The Change” project delivered a report summarizing results of the analysis of the framework. The report has the same structure for all the countries and it develops through four chapters. The first chapter gives some information on the main objectives of the project and the methodology. It focuses also on the current condition of entrepreneurship and the intergenerational learning paradigm applied to it. In the second chapter, after a part dedicated to the aims and methodology adopted, results of the study are reported.
The third chapter is dedicated to the discussion of the main themes arisen from the analysis. Chapter four summarizes the lesson learnt and gives some suggestions for the contents of the trainings for seniors and youngsters that will be developed during the second Intellectual Output of the project.
The International Report shows and compares the results of the analysis of the framework carried-out at national level in five European countries (Italy, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia and Malta).
It develops through six chapters. The first gives some information on the main objectives of the study and on the methodology adopted. The second chapter deepens the conceptual framework at the basis of the educational intervention. The third chapter reports some data on NEETs and entrepreneurship in Europe and shows the application of the intergenerational learning approach for boosting entrepreneurship. Chapter four reports quantitative and qualitative data collected in the study. In the fifth chapter some insights for the discussion are given. In the sixth chapter the conclusions are drawn with the aim of providing suggestions for the educational objectives and plans of the two trainings for older entrepreneurs and NEETs.