Protocol for the acquisition of skills and competences on entrepreneurship
The project team will develop a protocol for the identification of strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches in migrant entrepreneurship, which are applied in the different European countries.
The international report will be available by June 2019.
Repository of good practices and innovations
The partnership will develop a framework for the identification of good practices on among the EU countries, which will serve as a guide for incorporating elements, which will enhance the impact of the local activities, implemented by adult educators, trainers and professionals working with migrants.
A report with recommendations on how to integrate the good practices in local settings will be ready by October 2019.
An e-course on entrepreneurship will be developed, specifically designed to tackle the educational and training needs of migrants by equipping adult education professionals, trainers and professionals working with migrants with the tools needed for engaging migrants in entrepreneurial initiatives as well as increasing their participation in such activities.
The curriculum will address the following topics:
- Introduction to entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurial attitudes and skills
- Legal and regulatory framework
- Funding and Fundraising
- Access to Markets
- Understanding the Local Business Culture
- Project Management and Strategic Planning
- Outreach activities – Development of an outreach strategy
The e-course will be ready by June 2020.
The in-service training toolkit
The toolkit is expected to provide adult educators, trainers and professionals working with migrants with the knowledge and tools needed for using the curriculum on entrepreneurship among migrant groups and help them develop an outreach plan for engaging migrants in educational and training opportunities.
The in-service training toolkit will be available by April 2020.