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Learning Events

SHORT-TERM LEARNING EVENT – C1

Venue: Szczryk Town, Gliwice, Poland

Date: 3 – 17 December 2015

Participant Number: 46 (Turkey, Poland, Romania, Australia)

The produced Techno Entrepreneurship Training Module was applied in 14 days nad in the light of the feedbacks from these 46 participants, the module was developed and revised. Participants’  Youthpass key competencies (Entrepreneurship, Foreign Language Communication, Digital Qualifications, Learning Learning, Social Qualifications, Cultural Expression) developed. Participants had knowledge about Tekno Entrepreneurship, Creating A Business Idea, Innovation, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Business Management subjects and their technological entrepreneurship skills and competencies have been developed. The groups formed 5 different business ideas and a mentorship support was provided to improve their ideas. Non-formal education methods in entrepreneurship training have been tried and their applicability has been measured. 46 young people awarded the Techno Entrepreneurship Academy Certificate, the Erasmus + Program was introduced and the opportunities were guided. 3 instructors, 2 facilitators used new training techniques, gained new experiences and increased their capacities.

SHORT-TERM LEARNING EVENT – C2

Venue: Denizli, Turkey

Date: 1 – 15 March 2016

Participant Number: 72 (Turkey, Poland, Romania)

The revised Techno Entrepreneurship Training Module was applied in these training for 14 days, 72 participants gave feedbacks and evaluations. The final version of the module was produced after this training. Participants’  Youthpass key competencies (Entrepreneurship, Foreign Language Communication, Digital Qualifications, Learning Learning, Social Qualifications, Cultural Expression) developed. Participants had knowledge about Tekno Entrepreneurship, Creating A Business Idea, Innovation, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Business Management subjects and their technological entrepreneurship skills and competencies have been developed. The groups formed 8 different business ideas and a mentorship support was provided to improve their ideas. Non-formal education methods in entrepreneurship training have been tried and their applicability has been measured. 72 young people awarded the Techno Entrepreneurship Academy Certificate, the Erasmus + Program was introduced and the opportunities were guided. 3 instructors, 2 facilitators used new training techniques, gained new experiences and increased their capacities.