Erasmus +Sub-programme: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
trategic Partnerships for adult education
LET´S GUIDE! Skills for entrepreneurship and internationalization promotion among adult people
ERIFO is the Italian partner of the project LET´S GUIDE!. “LET’S GUIDE! The Entrepreneurial Guidance Tool” is an EU wide partnership project, designed to identify core and innovative learning methods that best encourage entrepreneurial success and international activities among low-skilled adult people, potential entrepreneurs, freelancers and unemployed in the age of 30-45 with a medium or long work experience.
The consortium will design an innovative on-line training /practical guide in form of INTERACTIVE LEARNING SCENARIOS SIMULATIONS for entrepreneurship education based on real life stories (MULTIMEDIA STORYTELLING APPROACH). The projects’ detailed research performed before the project launch will serve as a master study for all the following project activities, but especially for the development of a entrepreneurship profile and the identification of partners´ countries specific needs in set up their own business. The new training approach in form of interactive learning scenarios simulations will be designed to help THE ASSESSMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL PROCESS DECISIONS. Let´s Guide is a learning motivation environment that enables training providers (organizations, trainers, educators) to inspire their learners to develop their skills, change behaviours and drive innovation.
Let’s Guide! project Objectives:
Our strategic partnership address two of the relevant horizontal priorities in the field of education, training and youth: promoting access and learning trough Open Educational Resources (OER), supporting ICT-based teaching training. Regarding adult sector, the partnership aims to improve and extend the offer of high quality learning opportunities tailored to individual adult learners, including innovative ways of outreach and delivery.
Our objectives are as follows:
Enhance employability and business creation among European labour market;
Develop basic and transversal entrepreneurial skills and boost entrepreneurial training for adults in education;
Enhance entrepreneurship mind-sets and skills for adult audiences via formal and non-formal educational settings;
Support people’s capacity for self-development and active inclusion through the development of tailored training materials, real life experience motivation and sharing of know-how between those active in entrepreneurship and the “potential” ones;
Develop innovative tools to allow adult people to assess and present their entrepreneurial skills and competences and pilot-test these tools in a group of 30 potential future entrepreneurs;
Project’s outcomes are addressed to a target which is composed by:
(1) ADULT LEARNERS: low-skilled adult people, potential entrepreneurs, freelancers and unemployed with a medium or long workexperience. The age of this target depends on the country and is between 30 and 45 years old. The project will involve directly about 200 participants.
Not directly/further :
(2) ADULT Teachers/organisations who teach entrepreneurship.
The project will:
collect and evaluate the exact target training needs;
identify the training requirements of the targeted end-user group with respect to ICT-related topics;
collect the necessary material and develop innovative learning methodologies;
collect storytelling multimedia training content;
produce Interactive multimedia training content infused with digital resources;
develop innovative learning methodologies for the efficient delivery of training to the targeted user group that deploy;
technological innovations in the area of distance teaching;
The basic methodology for the development of the proposed system constitutes of the followingbasic tasks:
Requirements analysis report & System specifications;
Educational material development;
Framework design and development;
Publication of ICT learning environmentguidelines for trainers;
Implementation in the target group and Dissemination;
Innovative training approach for ADULT LEARNERS: low-skilled adult people, potential entrepreneurs, freelancers and unemployed implementation among all the partners’ countries. In detail, the potential benefits of Let’s Guide! is a participation in an innovative initiative that cultivates led change and economic development where it is most needed. Let’s Guide! will contribute enormously to inspire all the community and increase entrepreneurs opportunities at European and national level. As a short term impact, Let’s Guide! network expects to extend the use of innovative e-learning methodology of education and training in member countries. Considering thelong run impact, we expect to motivate adults and increase the number of companies across EU.