Deadline: 30 April 2012
Open to: School teachers, adult educators, trainers and anyone who is working to promote entrepreneurship to students, youth, adults, and people at disadvantaged situations
Venue: Nov. 5 – 9 2012, Larnaca, Cyprus
Costs: Eligible applicants can receive a grant from their national agency which covers all expenses
Inspiring and Enabling Entrepreneurship in Education is a funded course for teachers, trainers & staff involved in school & adult education.
The course will introduce entrepreneurship (including green and social entrepreneurship); will provide methodologies for instilling an entrepreneurial spirit in education, and enable learners to “tap into their potential” by building skills of innovation and creativity, business and soft skills. Participants will also learn how to mentor entrepreneurs and assess entrepreneurial competencies. In addition, they will attend the European Conference on Social Entrepreneurship that takes place in Nicosia, Cyprus, where they will be introduced to the emerging field of social entrepreneurship, and hear first-hand the stories and experiences of successful social entrepreneurs.
The course will take place in Larnaca, Cyprus from the 5 until 9 November 2012.
Eligible applicants can receive a grant from their national agency which covers all expenses. To apply for the grant, applicants need to fill out an application for to their their National Agency. A list of the National Agencies is available here. The course is listed on the EU Comenius/Grundtvig Database with reference number CY-2012-089-001.
The course is addressed to school teachers, adult educators, trainers and anyone who is working to promote entrepreneurship to students, youth, adults, and people at disadvantaged situations.