Erasmus+ Funded Entrepreneurial course in seville, spain for adult education professionals, 12-18 May 2019
Gecko Programmes holds Erasmus+ funding to send professionals involved in delivering adult education services across the West Midlands to Seville, Spain.
The project will take place between 12-18 May 2019. The aim of the course is to help adult education practitioners:
• Understand the concept & the various types of entrepreneurship
• Comprehend the difference between entrepreneurship as a method in comparison with that as a process
• Comprehend the five practices of entrepreneurship education
• Learn how to teach the five practices of entrepreneurship in the classroom
• Understand the importance of both theory & practice in teaching entrepreneurship
The course will be delivered by our Spanish partner Incoma: http://www.incoma.net
Participants will be drawn from our own organisation and also from organisations with whom we engage to deliver our adult education service in the community, and this includes support workers as well as trainers.
In delivering this project, we are seeking to have an impact upon our own organisation, our Adult Education tutors, and the organisations in the UK with whom we collaborate, to:
* learning in a multicultural setting
* topics of entrepreneurship, ICT and creativity
The project aims to develop 20 UK staff between 2018-2020 in our own organisation and in those organisations with whom we collaborate to deliver Adult Education.
Our target groups are:
General learning outcomes, integral to all courses, will be:
Courses will also develop teachers/trainers' key competences
At the end of the project, all participants will be provided with a Europass Mobility Document, that details the learning outcomes achieved, that will be drawn from the declared learning aims of each short structured course. Where these learning outcomes can be mapped to any or all of the three units of the UK Award in Education and Training, participants will be issued with an ECVET Learning Agreement that shows how the outcomes were attained and evidenced - contributing to the evidence base for the eventual attainment of the UK Award. All participants will be encouraged to document their complete attainments with the use of the Europass CV.
The Erasmus+ funding will cover the costs of the course, travel, accommodation and a subsistence allowance.
To express your interest in taking part in the programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01902 834 416.
You can download the programme application form HERE.