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Ecce Kick Off Presentation
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  • This Action aims at networking education bodies by supporting the development of a curriculum paving the way for joint teaching programme to stimulate product and service development to CI and entrepreneurs. The Action will not support the launch and running of the programme per se
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    • 1. ECCE Innovation Work Package 4 Birmingham City University Annette Naudin Steve Harding
    • 2. Who are we?
      • Steve Harding –
      • Annette Naudin – MA Media Enterprise course director ( www.mediacourses.com )
    • 3. Our aims?
      • Action:
      • ‘ Foster the development of joint teaching and research programme to stimulate innovation’.
    • 4. Our aims?
      • Joint teaching
      • Student visits to partner projects / organisations
      • Promoting links with other sectors
      • Develop skills for business management and entrepreneurship in the creative industries
    • 5. How? HEIs (BCU + partners) Projects and Knowledge Transfer Research Curriculum Creative Industries Agencies Creative and Cultural Industries Local Authorities Regional Development Agencies Government Bodies
    • 6. Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Curriculum
      • To prepare students to become part of a more flexible workforce: creative, opportunity –seeking, achievement oriented and capable of taking initiatives.
      • As HEIs our task is to stimulate innovation through knowledge transfer and support for SMEs
      • Gibb, A (2007) Entrepreneurship: Unique Solutions for Unique Environments. Is it possible to achieve this with the existing paradigm? International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 5: 93-142
    • 7. First tasks:
      • Find partners with participating HEIs
      • Discuss opportunities for joint teaching, workshops, research and evaluating curriculum.
      • Plan programme
    • 8. Contact details:
      • Annette Naudin
      • [email_address]
      • Steve Harding
      • [email_address]

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