Lanciano, Italy. The project Young Migrant Entrepreneurs had a transnational project meeting in Italy, last week. The possibilities for creating value and delivering it to young entrepreneurs are endless – as long as you can identify problems that s/he faces, and have unique ideas on how to address them. Entrepreneurship opportunities are present everywhere you look in this day and age, although admittedly hidden from plain sight sometimes. In lanciano our partnership focussed primarely on developing the Entrepreneurial Learning Guide and the platform. The Teachers’ Guide has also been briefly discussed .
Entrepreneurial Learning Guide
The Learning Guide should support young entrepreneurs. But learning independently can be challenging, even for the brightest and most motivated… There are four key stages to independent learning, known as self-directed learning:
- Are you ready to learn?
- Setting learning goals
- Engaging in the learning process; and
- Evaluating learning.
Currently we have the following chapters included in our concept Learning Guide:
- Assessment entrepreneurial skills: Are you an Entrepreneur? What kind of skills do you need to be a good entrepreneur? (Needs Analysis)
- From Idea to Start Up
- Setting up a Business
- Rules and regulations around setting up a Business in your Country
- Tip and Tricks (suggestion: through animation)
- Top 10 of F.A.I.L. (FIRST ATTEMPT IN LEARNING).
The partnership is discussing the way we should present the learning Guide. A suggestion is to do parts of the Learning Guide in animation.