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In today’s Newsletter you can find out what stage of work we are at in preparing teaching materials for VET teachers and trainers, and a training course for eco – entrepreneurs. Continue reading
We present to you the flyer of the Source project. Find out about the Source project’s aims and areas of focus.
Find out more in this flyer.
We are pleased to present you with a newsletter related to the MC-VIEW project. In this newsletter, you will find a description of the digital handbook and a report on a meeting held in Turin, Italy, to discuss the project’s outcome.
Our DIGIfreelancer project’s first flyer is live! Join us in empowering European freelancers through innovative digital solutions. Continue reading
Apply for mentoring in the field of entrepreneurship, environmental entrepreneurship and agriculture.
Mentoring is offered in scope of the DEMETRA project.
- Local, successful entrepreneurs and agripreneurs, with focus on women.
- Local and regional would-be entrepreneurs that are interested in agripreneurship or are women.
What is in it for you?
- We will offer practical examples and practices of successful entrepreneurial activity, along with insights on challenges faced and available opportunities.
- Mentors will answer your questions and deliver video insights with tips.
- The first step will be participating in e-learning available in Polish.
What is mentoring?
Mentoring is a protected relationship which supports learning and experimentation and helps individuals develop their potential. A mentoring relationship is one where both mentor and mentee recognise the need for personal development. Successful mentoring is based upon trust and confidentiality. Mentors may enter a long-term mentoring relationship or may be called upon to act as a one-step mentoring advice point for a specific topic. In all roles, the mentor will act as an independent source of career advice and support.
Are you interested?
Send your applications by 04.08.2023.
We are very pleased to present the second newsletter about the GAEA project. With it, we want to share with you the latest news, progress and achievements of our project and news of our sister projects.
The primary goal of the ADE Project was to contribute to the continuity of vocational education in the field of tourism by introducing digital VET opportunities. By leveraging technology, we aimed to minimize the impact of crisis situations on students’ education and training. To achieve this, a consortium of five organizations from four European countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Spain, and Türkiye) collaborated to develop a comprehensive set of guides and digital solutions tailored to various stakeholders.
We invite you to read the latest newsletter of the ADE project, which summarizes the entire project and presents all the available results of the project.
The training course is presented on the platform (e-course) as free of charge and available to anyone who is a craftsperson or an artist, anyone who wants to start a micro-enterprise or further develop their entrepreneurial skills. Continue reading
In the published material we mainly report on the training that took place in Bulgaria.
You will also find out which project results you can already benefit from. Continue reading