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06 barbora -enspire eu ppt sweden


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06 barbora -enspire eu ppt sweden

  1. 1. ENSPIRE EUThe project Component 3 contains mutual exchange programme by initiation of atwinning approach between the partner regions•A twinning approach will be set-up in order to transfer good experiences to lessexperienced regions and vice versa•The results will be of great added value to the development of evidence-basedpolicies since it is demonstrated in practice emerging new elements in thedevelopment / promotion of entrepreneurial inspiration.•The results will also be an important input to the policy recommendations and thestrategic policy framework.•The pilot activities are complementary and are not overlapping the other activitiescarried out in the project.•The close link between the pilot cases and other project activities gives the partners aunique opportunity for joint interregional learning and ensures a successful transfer ofgood practice between the partner regions.
  2. 2. Visited initiatives in SwedenSuch an entrepreneurial approach requires a focus on developing entrepreneurialskills and attitudes, such as a sense of initiative and of commitment and on enablinglearners to become responsible for their own learning.The Czech, Polish and Hungarian partners have chosen best practices from SwedenInitiative n° 2 Growth.Therefore, they had a possibility to visit good practices Regional EDU Center,Entrepreneurial „Halland”, ENTRIS 2.0Beneficiary group: Disadvantaged, discouraged (3D’s)
  3. 3. GRowth 2008-2010 •To reach school development through teachers training in the topic ofentrepreneurial learning. •Important source of knowledge and inspiration of many of theparticipating school leaders, teachers and guidance counselors. •As a result of the Growth project is a template for a strategic planfor entrepreneurial learning developed for the participating schools. Thistemplate is meant to be a guide to how the school wants to work for Growthwith the entrepreneurial issues. •13 municipalités in Gothenburg region, 33 school organisations insecondary upper school or adult education were involved, 2000 participants
  4. 4. GRowth 2008-2010
  5. 5. Regional EDU Center• Set offer (40 courses)• In-service training ordered by the schools (30 activities)• In-service training in the shape of processes (5 processes)• Development projects: (10 larger and 20 smaller projects) Eg.entrepreneurial and ITC skills• Activities aimed at pupils and students offered to 2000 students eg.experience-based learning
  6. 6. Entrepreneurial „Halland”2007-2010 •The objective of the initiative to raise awareness of entrepreneurship, withparticular focus on children and young people. Core initiatives were: 1. To promote a positive attitude to entrepreneurship among young people 2. To create forums and an entrepreneurial climate which bring together theeducation system, the business world and organisations that promote entrepreneurship. 3. To develop the conditions in which ideas can become businesses or commercialprospects. Entrepreneurial Halland was rewarded with the European Commission’sEuropean Enterprise Award 2010. Congratulations!
  7. 7. ENTRIS 2.0 2008-2009Aims to reduce negative stress effects resulting from the changes bypromoting step-by-step implementation.•ENTRIS 2.0 will be providing supporting activities to ease the transition ofstudents from the classroom into the workplaces.•So ENTRIS 2.0 will be deepening international and European awareness byorganising networking events and coaching sessions.•In return for participation in the ENTRIS 2.0 programme, schools will haveto map their own competence gaps where further improvements will need tobe carried out.•ENTRIS is open to school staff in participating schools at every level,preschool, primary, secondary and upper secondary school in the counties ofSkåne and Blekinge.
  8. 8. Further steps are planned… How and who should be able to adapt BP’s? •Teachers could work temporary (3 months) in companies 2-3 years,experience the enterprises operation •The companies should be vested interest in these "trainings„ •Motivating students: practical training stage company committed toproviding jobs for his students made ​the employment of a trainee •Centralized textbook procurement system like the Swedish ones • New National Curriculum incorporating entrepreneurship – positivelyevaluated in Hungary, Czech, Poland • Significant youth hostel capacity - based on these a few days /weekend courses • it is must to create resources and resolve Enterprise Youth InnovationCompetition regularly