A program with a firm foundation (see achievements)The program builds on a solid foundation across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific RegionThe program builds on 3 years of best practices and experience in curriculum development and blended entrepreneurship education innovation targeting culturally diverse audiences across mature as well as emerging marketsThe program builds on strong partnerships (e.g. MEA-I, UNIDO, EDC, ORT) and a strong, existing network
Innovative Curriculum, a unique, modular technology-for-business curriculumthatcovers the entire lifecycle of entrepreneurship(see above).Online Training of Trainers, a modular online course for future LIFE trainers, covering all theory components of the LIFE curriculum, built through animations, videos, and interactive quizzes.Serious Games, state-of-the-art interactive serious games on entrepreneurship and technology for entrepreneurship, with one new game released every quarter.Online “City”, an interactive online entrepreneurship portal, containing all entrepreneurship education resources (training and advice) currently available in Knowledge City and GET-IT City, as well regular LIFE serious games updates.Monitoring and Evaluation System (Smart Tool), an online database of LIFE centers, LIFE trainers, and students who attending LIFE courses, with an integrated and automated branded certification system. This system will be the source for success stories and impact measurement.Marketing, strong focus on online/offline promotion as well as communication through social media. Creation of partnership profiles, online networking opportunities, competitions and awards for centers and students to obtain success stories (supported by authentic video material, case studies, podcasts etc.) Re-branding of program including production of on-brand promotional Toolkit material, and Global Certification Conference (tbc pending budget) (previously Networking Conference).Technology, state- of-the-artHP and potentially HP partner technology as well as cash component. Global Collaboration Platform, global content collaboration platform, engaging students and educators in continuous and dynamic LIFE curriculum development through Content Development Toolkit, crowd sourcing, webinars, and other online networking opportunities and awards.
RegionalDeployment means:Key roleExtended arm in central program teamDeploying the global program with maximal local impactFeeding back to the global team on the regional requirementsSuggest innovative new ideas for the program developmentWork together to make global tools regionally as relevant as possibleYou are on the ground, you tell us the requirements/needsHelp shape the program for max impactSee R&R
In brief:Bringing 3 regional e-skills programs under 1 umbrella.One global e-skills flagship program. Builds on previous successes of GET-IT, MAP and HELP. 100.000 students benefited from the program already.Hands-on business and IT skills trainings in a blended online/offline approachfor students, entrepreneurs, future innovators and marginalized groups globallySupport strong existing networks in Asia Pacific and EMEA, introducing new centers in new markets USA/Brazil Deployed through strong partnerships with change makers in education (key NGO´s, formal /informal education institutions, governments)Leadership grant opportunities to reward excellence and engagement for students and centers in selected marketsInnovative online tools to also enable distance learning and to support training in classroomTechnology solutions and innovative curriculum/train-the-trainer
DrivingSocial Innovation IN Entrepreneurship education Daniela Opp HP Office of Global Social Innovation Manager, Entrepreneurship Education
First HP life webinar - agenda Welcome HP Education - HP LIFE Program presentation – Daniela Opp, HP LIFE Curriculum - Ana Barfield, MEA-I Online TOT - Ana Barfield, MEA-I Smart Tool - Munir Ahmad, MEA-I
Social Innovation in education Vision We imagine a world where educational opportunity has not limits – a world where students, educators, and future entrepreneurs innovatively address society´s most pressing challenges. A world where global collaboration and technology unleash remarkable social innovation Mission HP improves lives by enabling tomorrow’s business and social solutions today through our people, assets and partnerships What is social innovation? Social innovation: The development of innovative solutionsto global challenges in key areas, including healthcare and education. These solutions, created by HP, HP partners or other social innovators, provideaccessto solutions that improve peoples’ lives. Collaboration and employee engagement are key enablers of social innovation at HP.
Office of Global Social InnovationsEducation Initiatives Innovations in Education Entrepreneurship Education Responsible Business Competition Catalyst Grant HP LIFE HP EdTech Innovators Award Support social innovation in entre-preneurship education through awards, social innovation camps etc. Partners: Junior Achievement with global network of 10M students Reputation Showcase Collaborative STEM education ventures between higher ed, secondary ed, gov’ts, and NGOs… creating a global network of consortia Partners: (tbc) UNESCO, other leading education institutions, ministries Recognition award for outstanding innovators in education Partners: New Media Consortium & others 200+ training centers globally for 500,000+ students with innovative online & offline learning Partners:MEA-I, EDC, UNIDO, ORT, othersHP SolutionShowcase Thought Leadership Engagement & Employee Engagement
HP Entrepreneurship Education until 2010 Huge potential in leveraging previous investments accross the globe. Millions of students and SMEs could be reached through consistent online and offline training! PSG EMEA* SI APJ SI EMEA MAP 50 centers GET-IT 100 centers HELP > 50 centers Knowledge city GET-IT city Existing online trainings platforms *Business led activity
Program objectives Collaborate with strong partners to improve educational opportunity and quality to address the real-world challenges faced in local markets. Enable students, aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners around the world to use IT and business skills to create opportunities to transform their lives, and the lives of others in their community. Expand the program into new countries (US and Brazil) Invest in new online and offline training tools to increase the program’s reach and efficiency. Reach 500.000+ students by the end of 2010 and at least one million students by 2012.
GLOBAL Program Components Innovative curriculum, a unique, modular technology-for-business curriculum Online Training of Trainers, a modular online course for future LIFE trainers, covering all theory components of the LIFE curriculum, built through animations, videos, and interactive quizzes. Serious Games, interactive serious games on entrepreneurship and technology Interactive online entrepreneurship portal, containing all entrepreneurship education resources for all target audiences Monitoring and Evaluation System (Smart Tool), an online database of engaged training centers, trainers, and students who attending the courses, with an integrated and automated branded certification system. State- of-the-art HP technology as well as cash component.
Strong Collaborative Ventures * Global program owner +technology+cash grants, marketing&comms OGSI, PSG (EMEA) Global training+curriculum+certification, global online tools incl community building, CoE Europe CoE in Asia Pacific Region and North America CoE for Africa, the Middle East, Latin America Networking Partner in China and India CoE in Russia+CIS Local training centers 200 collaborative ventures – formal/informal education centers Integrated in JA-YE entrepreneurship programs
Deployment HP Technology Cash Communcation Regional centers of Excellence SME/Entrepreneurs MEA-I Train the trainer session, Curriculum Training Centers
New Investments in 2010 New Investments in 2010 Brazil, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Kenya, Russia, South Africa, UK, USA Online Tools available for all markets Online and offline curriculum and trainings Online community – LIFE city Online and offline networking opportunities More online resources for students and educators Impact measurement and focus on best practice sharing
WHAT CAN’T A DOER DO? Technology has the power to put people within reach of their dreams. In Nigeria, a joint program between HP, UNIDO, and other partners to educate entrepreneurs on IT skills gave Rachel Odii the tech support and training she needed to get her business started despite the economic obstacles she faced. Today Bridge Farm is a source of healthy food and job opportunities for a community that badly needs both. More than that, it is an inspiration to all of us. As a supporter of doers everywhere, we at HP are proud to be a part of this story. But it would not have happened without one woman’s drive and determination. Here’s to you Rachel. Keep on doing. www.graduate-training-through-it.net
Next Steps & Your engagement Regular webinars/refreshers for trainers Newsletters and updates on websites New games available for your students New TOTs in selected markets Finalize the RFP in the selected focus markets Participate in networking opportunities Share your and your students great success stories with us Use and promote the program tools such as the games Sign up on HP LIFE facebook fanpage www.facebook.com/HPLIFE Stay engaged and tell your CoE, if you need anything