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Erasmus for young entrepreneurs

A C4G é organização credenciada pela Comissão Europeia (IO - Intermediary Organization) para desenvolver o programa Erasmus for young Entrepreneurs em Portugal.

O que é o programa Erasmus for young entrepreneurs?

O Erasmus para Jovens Empreendedores é um programa transfronteiriço que dá aos novos empreendedores, ou aos que pretendem sê-lo, a oportunidade de adquirirem conhecimentos para gerirem pequenos negócios, junto de empreendedores experientes, num outro país participante.no programa.

A troca de experiências ocorre durante a estadia com o empreendedor experiente, permitindo que o novo empreendedor adquira as competências específicas necessárias para gerir uma pequena empresa. O empreendedor de acolhimento beneficia de novas perspectivas sobre o seu negócio e tem a oportunidade de cooperar com parceiros estrangeiros ou adquirir conhecimentos sobre novos mercados.

A estadia é parcialmente financiada pela União Europeia.Quer seja um novo empreendedor ou um empreendedor experiente, o programa poderá fornecer um forte valor acrescentado ao seu negócio: os benefícios possíveis incluem troca de conhecimentos e experiências, oportunidades de trabalho em rede em toda a Europa, novas relações comerciais ou mercados no exterior.

Faça download do Flyer de novo empreendedor para ir para outra empresa no estrangeiro

Faça download do Flyer de empreendedor de acolhimento em Portuga

Faça download do Guia do programa

 

Como se candidatar para o programa:
1 - Vá a erasmus-entrepreneurs
2 – Após ler o guia do programa e análise do cumprimento dos requisitos do programa clique em "Iniciar candidatura"
3 – Na nova página selecione se é um novo empreendedor ou um empreendedor de acolhimento e proceda ao preenchimento dos dados
4 – no formulário selecione a YEI como a sua IO – Intermediary Organization
5 – Após concluir aguarde pela análise do mesmo

Para duvidas ou contactos – eye@c4g.pt

 


 

EntEE - Entrepreneurship Education in Europe

Continuing to develop new co-operation and new solutions for entrepreneurship education, a new transnational co-operation project within Erasmus+ “Entrepreurship Education in Europe – EntEE” with partners C4G Consulting and Training Network, Polaris FormazioneAidejovenSocial Innovation Centre and Regional Cluster "North-East" from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria and Latvia has been started in April 2018, in 

Riga, Latvia

The 8 core competences that Europe sees as the basis for lifelong learning identifies the set of knowledge, skills and attitudes an individual needs for personal development, active citizenship, social inclusion and employment. From them, initiative and entrepreneurial skills (understood as the business mindset) play an important role for wider employment of young people and adults, but at the same time communication in foreign languages, digital competences, learning to learn and social competences and civic education or mobility education is another important requirement for European work market scenario.

Young people at risk of social or economic disadvantage are often perceived without their potential for personal development and suffer from low self-esteem and self-sufficiency through their learning, living and working conditions. These conditions are common to all partnering countries' realities, creating the need to learn innovative experiences in the field of informal business education and improving the training offered to young people under 30, unemployed or economically and socially disadvantaged.
The EntEE project plans to implement an exchange of good practices between associations and organizations to develop both a manual and a test course. The handbook will be addressed to youth workers, teachers and trainers at various levels, and to those involved in youth education in the formal and informal context.

The project aims to foster entrepreneurial and communication skills, integration and active citizenship of disadvantaged young people by proposing a model that can be replicated and transposed into different sectors and geographical situations.

Project ID: 2017-3-IT03-KA205-012570
Project duration: April, 2018 - March, 2020
Project partners: C4G, Polaris Formazione AIDE - Alianza Internacional para el Desarrollo​ Social Innovation Centre Regional Cluster "North-East"

 

 
 


 

Social SME Academy

Social SME Academy is about enabling young people to develop a BUSINESS IDEA  and start their very own social business. This allows young people to become full, equal and productive members of society.

The key to Social SME Academy is to create a COACHING METHODOLOGY with international trainings and online videos that combine:

Support of young people’s entrepreneurial, business and personal qualities, experiences attitudes and skills (QEAS)
A step-by-step guide on how to set up a social business.

QEAS enable young people to develop their confidence, initiative, adaptability, capacity to work in a team, creativity and overall entrepreneurial abilities. This supports them to become leaders that can enact social change in their community and beyond. 

Social SME will develop its goals throught mainly 4 outputs, namely:

O1 – country needs analysis
O2 – Self assessment would be entrepreneur and youth social Entrepreneurship manual

O3 – Start up acelerator & Business incubator programme

O4 – SSME Academy vídeo tutorials

This project is financed by UKs national agency of Easmus+, 2017-2-UK01-KA205-037097
www.socialsmeacademy.eu

 

 


 

SWIRL

Summary

 

Although it has decreased the youth unemployment rate is still very high in the EU. There is a necessity to rekindle workers and young people to a dynamic and positive attitude towards the possibilities of enterprising behaviour, networking skills and pro-active attitude.

 

Educating students to take initiative and investigate the opportunities of their networks themselves, rather than waiting for others to take the initiative, will increase employability. SWIRL addresses this need by the key focus on Student Initiated Company Assignments. In addition SWIRL turns the personal network of young people info a professional one.

Objetives

 

The SWIRL project enhances the development of teaching and learning methods and contents, to ensure students gain appropriate competences for future working life and make learning more attractive. SWIRL supports new forms of working through new forms of learning: letting VET students collect, execute and present real-job tasks using the latest pedagogical and digital tools. Concretely, SWIRL aims to: 

 

  • Empower VET students and boost their confidence and self-esteem by letting them realise the power of their own networks. SWIRL connects the students personal identity to their professional identity.
  • Develop students competences for future working life by increasing their sense of responsibility, networking skills, entrepreneurial mind-set and pro-active attitude.
  • Increase the pool of work based learning opportunities for students.
  • Develop VET teachers’ educational and pedagogical skills by enabling VET school teachers to work with their students on Student Initiated Case Study Collection in cooperation with externals and by offering them the knowledge, tools and network to set up the SWIRL programme.
  • Use students network to develop and increase the VET-Business partnerships.
  • Increase the quality of the execution of Company Assignments by students by truly engaging the student on a personal and professional level.

Activities & Reslts

 

During the lifespan if the project, SWOT will undertake several activities, ensuring that students gain appropriate competences for future working live. SWIRL will develop the following tangible products:

  • Student Initiated Biz-Edu Alliance – Set-up Toolkit.
    A practical toolkit for vocational schools describing how to set up an integrated regional network of world of work stakeholders.
    Student Initiated Company Assignments – Pedagogical Teacher Guide.
    A hands-on and practical applicable manual describing the SWIRL programme itself, and a step-by-step way how to implement in a VET college.
  • Student Initiated Company Assignments – Student learning materials.
    A practical handbook for students describing what the SWIRL programme is about and it plans the steps to 1) collect company assignments with companies, 2) carry out an assignment for a company and 3) present the assignment to the company.
  • Student Initiated Company Assignments – Company Handbook.
    Describe and facilitate the SWIRL programme for companies and the world of work that are involved in the SWIRL programme.
  • SWIRL Online platform & Community.
    The SWIRL online platform is where everything comes together. It will be the centre and also the main legacy of the project.

Cordinator

Seinäjoen koulutuskuntayhtymä – Finland

Partners

- C4G – Consulting and training network – LDA, Portugal
- Bridging to the future LTD, United Kingdom

- Instituto Anaptixis Epicheirima Tikotitas Astiki Etaireia, Greece

- Stichting Business Development Friesland, The Netherlands

- Agrupamento de Escolas José Estevao, Portugal

- EfVET, Belgium

Duration: 01.09.2017 – 31.08.2020

website:
 http://www.studentinitiated.eu/