Month 1 – Spain
Technical University of Madrid (UPM) and Spanish Confederation of Training Centres (CECE) hosted in Madrid on December 21st and 22nd the kick-off meeting of the Erasmus+ funded Project EntreCom4ALL. The consortium is composed by five partners from four countries, all of them with a wide experience in different learning scenarios and with special emphasis in fostering entrepreneurship. UPM, the project’s coordinator is an expert Higher Education organisation in the management and publication of OERs; CECE is an Spanish association of Education Centres with more than 1200 associated centres all around Spain with expertise in Training of the trainers and organizing educational competitions in entrepreneurship; INOVA is an English consultancy firm that provides consultancy services in the area of entrepreneurship and career development; MATERAHUB is an Italian consortium that works at the international level to supports enterprises, start-ups and aspiring entrepreneurs, institutions and organizations through European projects and OBUDA University is a dynamic and thriving Hungarian Higher Education institution specialised in Management and Entrepreneurial studies.
EntreCom4ALL aims at promoting open practices with a collection of resources based on a pedagogically-rich context, increasing the number of OERs users and fostering the effectiveness of OER for entrepreneurial educational purposes.
At this first meeting, partners introduced themselves, established some agreements in the way to work together and put the project into perspective. In addition, partners discussed the details of Intellectual Output 1 for developing the EntreCom4ALL Skill Assessment framework. This tool is based on a questionnaire which will identify the most relevant EntreComp skills applicable to the different target groups and learning scenarios.