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THE ENTRETOY 2016-2019 PROJECT
In 2016, the six partners obtained funding for the implementation of the ENTRETOY project “Entrepreneurship Training Program in Education” as part of the ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnerships program. The project coordinator is the Belgian “Institut d’Enseignement de Promotion sociale de Jemappes Quiévrain’.
WORKSHOP IN TARTU ART SCHOOL, ESTONIA
The first project meeting took place in Estonia and was organized by our Estonian partner, the Tartu Art School on October 19-21, 2016.
On February 6-10, 2017, the TOY-Entrepreneurship-based Learning course was held, conducted by a partner from Finland – a consortium of SASKY schools.
TESTING THE TOY-MODEL METHOD
Based on the experience acquired during the training in the use of the TOY method, a workshop program was developed: “Coaching entrepreneurship as a path to success. Comprehensive preparation for starting and running your own business based on the Finnish TOY-model method.
PROJECT MEETING AT
CEEI-BURGOS IN BURGOS, SPAIN
On May 10-12, 2017, representatives of all the partners’ institutions attended a project meeting organized by CEEI-Burgos – our Spanish partner.
TESTING THE TOY-MODEL METHOD
On September 05-26, 2017, the second edition of the “Coaching entrepreneurship as a path to success” took place. This coaching consisted of a comprehensive preparation for starting and running your own business based on the Finnish TOY-model method.
TRAINING IN MONS
From February 26 to March 3, 2018, IEPS Jemappes-Quiévrain (project coordinator) organized a training in Mons, Belgium.
53 people attended a one-day seminar held in Estonia. The seminar agenda included a presentation of the ENTRETOY project, an introduction to TOY and ES methods and 6 professional workshops about entrepreneurship. A networking activity was also organized for teachers and coaches to meet and exchange.
TRAINING IN NUUK
On October 19-26, 2018, the partners took part in a training course on coaching organized by the school Niuernermik Ilinniarfik from Nuuk (Greenland). During the training, tools for working in the individual and group coaching process were presented. The trip was also a great opportunity to learn about the specificity of the Greenlandic education system, cultural and social conditions affecting entrepreneurship, as well as activities undertaken to promote entrepreneurship development.
SEMINAR PROMOTING THE PROJECT
“ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM IN EDUCATION”
On March 13, 2019, a dissemination seminar was held in Bialystok, Poland. The different actions undertaken in the project as well as the goals to be achieved were presented during the seminar. Several representatives of partner institutions honoured us with their presence. The aim of the seminar was to present innovative work methods for people planning to set up a business, as well as activities implemented in the project. The seminar was addressed to institutions that support people preparing to run their own business and act for the development of entrepreneurship in various aspects.
SEMINAR AND WEBINAR
39 people attended a multiplier event in Finland and 220 people participated to the same event transmitted as a webinar. The event was aimed at promoting Entrepreneurship spirit.
On May 14-16, 2019, the vocational school IEPS Jemappes-Quievrain (Project coordinator) held a meeting with all the partners. During the three-day meeting, issues related to the elaboration of results, preparation of the final report were discussed, and project implementation was summarized. The meeting was attended by representatives of all partner institutions.
In addition, on 15.05, the Belgian vocational school organized a seminar disseminating project activities and developed tools. Representatives of partner institutions presented their activities, shared their experience in testing TOY-model and "Enterprising school" methods, and presented the results. The conference was attended by representatives of high schools and educational institutions from Belgium and France interested in the subject of the project and the achieved results.