The ENTER Project

In spite of the European economy’s recovery, young people across Europe continue to face high levels of unemployment. To face this reality, “effective training programmes need to be accessible to all young people in order to ensure that they have the necessary skills to apply to a variety of positions in the EU."

ENTER Project Aims

2 innovative methodologies and tools, Enterprise Award (EA) and Learning Empowerment (LE), focused on entrepreneurship and empowerment competencies development will be transferred by ASDAN (UK) and BEST (Austria). While EA bring an innovative curriculum on entrepreneurship, LE brings an empowerment model

ENTER Project Aims

2 target groups will be fit: (i) first, ENTER project will equip (transfer workshop) VET providers with methodologies, tools and competences in order to be the future entrepreneurial educators and thus speed up entrepreneurship learning among young unemployed; (ii) second, young unemployed will be the end users (national pilot) of EA and LE;

ENTER Project Aims

1 European ECVET curricula for youth entrepreneur and a common guideline for it integration in existing national VET programmes will be developed;

ENTER Project Aims

Several dissemination and exploitation activities will be present daily at the ENTER project.

Entrepreneurship towards Employment