Entrepreneurship is recognized as a powerful driver of economic growth and job creation: it creates new companies and jobs, opens up new markets, and nurtures new skills and capabilities. Entrepreneurship makes economies more competitive and innovative and is crucial in achieving the objectives of several European sectorial policies.
For this reason, one of the main recommendations (Action Pillars) by the EU Commission Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan (2012) is to promote entrepreneurial education and training.
However, in the EU the uptake and the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education in European vocational schools are still far from being fully satisfactory. This is mainly due to lack of suitable materials and lack of skills in trainers.
15 young entrepreneurs in every partner country will be interviewed and video recorded twice according to a structured grid.
The Guide “Storytelling For Training” (in E-format) addressed to trainers, will explain how to use storytelling and the videos...
The E-course is addressed to VET trainers and based on the content of the Guide “Storytelling For Training” and on the videos...
E-course and face to face course
Every 6 months, a news release about the project progress, in partner languages and in English, will be published and sent to all the project’s stakeholders.
Come then, and let us pass a leisure hour in storytelling, and our story shall be the education of our heroes – Plato “The Republic” Book II