Digital Entrepreneurship for Employability Paths – IDP joined the Deep Online Meeting

27 May 2020

IDP took part in the second project management meeting of the DEEP project (Digital Entrepreneurship for Employability Paths). Due to the Covid pandemic, the meeting, originally planned in Pescara (Italy) has been realised in online mode on the basis of an agenda developed and shared jointly by all partners.

During the meeting, the partners discussed about the state of the art of the project, specifically focusing on the mapping and stock tacking activities that will culminate in the EU final report on Digital Entrepreneurship at Vocational Education and Training level. Furthermore, this meeting represented an opportunity to schedule the activities to be carried out in the following months.

In particular, the work will be focused on the development of training content and tools that will be collected in the DEEP Toolkit. The training resources will also be uploaded on the OER platform (already available in 6 languages at https://project-deep.eu/ ) and will be available for free even after the project completion.

IDP is a strategic partner to provide technical content on skills for growth, competitiveness, entrepreneurship, in particular by providing input for the development of training for the managerial and entrepreneurial dimension. In particular, IDP will be involved in providing inputs for the development of the project training contents. IDP will contribute also by sharing its experience and practice with other partners concerning proper project management, financial management and internal quality control. Deep is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission which involves a Consortium of 7 Partners from 6 countries (Poland, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Bulgaria).

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Inspiring Digital Entrepreneurship in HE – IDP joined the IDEA Virtual Meeting

IDP took part in the second project management meeting of the IDEA project (Inspiring Digital Entrepreneurship and Awareness in HE). Due to the Covid pandemic, the meeting, originally planned in Pescara – Italy, has been realised in online mode on the basis of an agenda developed and shared jointly by all partners.

At the meeting, Partners analysed the project state of implementation, in particular, focusing on the level of development of the OER Platform that is already online at https://www.ideadigital.eu/. Furthermore, partners presented the report on the mapping on the dynamics and trends of digital entrepreneurship in each Country represented in the project. Each country report will be collected in a single report which will resume the EU scenario.

In the following months the IDEA partnership will develop a set of tools and training contents on digital entrepreneurship. All the resources will be uploaded on the project platform and will remain available even after the end of project implementation.

IDP will contribute also by sharing its experience and practice with other partners concerning proper project management, financial management and internal quality control.

IDEA is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission which involves a Consortium of 9 Partners from 7 European countries i.e. Belgium, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain.

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Launching of the first virtual encyclopaedia of European traditional Arts&Crafts

Composed by 180 handcrafts fiches, it is available in 7 languages in the ARTCademy web platform

 

CRAFTPedia, the first European virtual encyclopaedia of traditional arts and crafts has been launched in the frame of the ARTCademy Project, an Erasmus+ KA2 action created by the University of Malaga. The project consortium is formed by 9 members from 7 countries (Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain).

ARTCademy is an innovative knowledge management project that aims to preserve and strengthen the European artisan sector through two ways: first, protecting the ancestral knowledge of traditional crafts, especially if they are at risk of disappearing; second, by providing craft firms, practitioners and entrepreneurs with training and useful tools for their continuity and commercial development.

The project has culminated the development of CRAFTpedia, a repository of audio-visual material about handicrafts available on the Internet that collects and classifies knowledge on artisan techniques, traditional crafts and trades for its preservation and transmission to young generations. It is composed of almost 200 fiches that collect the most important traditional arts and crafts of the European countries involved in the project, particularly those in risk of disappearance. The fiches are deployed in 10 categories, such as jewellery, musical instruments, crafts on wood, marble, metal and ironwork, fur, textile, etc. All the fiches include a description of the craft and its techniques, materials and process production, as well as video links where the elaboration could be seen, further references and pictures.

CRAFTpedia can be visited in the ARTCademy project site www.artcademy.eu by everyone interested in knowing about European traditional arts and crafts, and the fiches are deployed in 7 languages: Polish, Slovakian, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Romanian and English. By this mean, the project combines the ICT technologies for protecting and enhancing an ancestral knowledge of incalculable value that is in the base of the European cultural heritage and aims also to attract new practitioners to those trades.

Giulia Costantino ospite della rubrica “A talk with DEA”

21 Maggio 2020

Giulia Costantino, CEO di IDP European Consultants, ha preso parte alla rubrica “A talk with…” a cura del Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale (DEA) dell’Università degli Studi “Gabriele d’Annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara.

La diretta Facebook, condivisa con Federico Fioriti di Inno-valley, ha riguardato argomenti di grande rilievo quali open innovation, startup e opportunità post #Covid19 italiane ed europee.

Nell’ambito dell’intervista, a cura della Prof.ssa Lea Iaia, la dott.ssa Costantino ha dedicato particolare attenzione all’iniziativa IDP “Solidarietà Digitale” ed ai progetti Erasmus + SOLOPRENEUR e IDEA orientati alla promozione delle competenze imprenditoriali e digitali.

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Giulia Costantino, Founder IDP, ospite di #atalkwithDEA

Domani, Giovedì 21 Maggio dalle 18:30, Giulia Costantino, Founder di IDP, sarà ospite nella rubrica “A talk with…” a cura del Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale dell’Università degli Studi “Gabriele d’Annunzio”.

Si parlerà di open innovation e supporto alle startup, anche in ottica europea, ai tempi del #Covid19

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Enhancing entrepreneurial aptitude among women – The reACT platform is online!

19 May. The OER (Open Educational Resources) platform of the reACT project (Reassess and Act on Cross Competencies) is officially online at the link: https://react-training.eu/index.php

 

Within the platform it will be possible to consult the contents of the project including the results and tools developed during the implementation, in particular the Gender Impact assessment, the training solutions (that will be available for free) combined with guidelines for future use and information on the Associated Partners.

reACT is a project co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission developed by a Consortium of 7 Partners from 4 countries (Belgium, Italy, Spain and Turkey) with the aim to fill the working gender gap and promote the re-entry of women and new-mommies in workplaces through the following specific objectives:

  • Create an entrepreneurship aptitude among women and
  • Boost interpersonal competences to build a fertile network among women

 

The Platform, available in 4 languages (English, Italian, Spanish and Turkish) is edited by the Spanish partner IWS (Internet Web Solutions) and will be constantly updated with contributions from the reACT Consortium as a whole for the duration of the project and beyond.

In reACT IDP contributes to the technical and operational activities by carrying out analytical and stock-taking activities of the Italian VET ecosystem in relations to craft and micro entrepreneurship, In particular IDP contributes in structuring, developing, deploying and validating training materials and content. In addition, IDP brings into the project its consolidated experience in international project management and reporting. IDP will also collaborate with the Coordinator to ensure smooth implementation and monitoring of the project.

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IDP took part in the 2nd online meeting of the Entre Comp Implementation Project

IDP took part to the 2nd virtual meeting of the ECI Project. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the consortium was not able to meet on-site in Greece as scheduled and decided to conduct the meeting virtually.

During the online meeting Partners discussed about the current project progress and stated that the activities are well on schedule. In particular, partners discussed about the finalisation of the report for stocktaking on the dynamics of entrepreneurial competencies at European level: the report will capture the state of implementation of the EntreComp competence framework for entrepreneurial skills which develop implementation tools and training content for the European VET systems.

The meeting also allowed the partners to start planning the definition of the training contents that will be developed in the next months of implementation.

In ECI IDP contributes to the technical and operational activities by carrying out analytical and stock-taking activities of the Italian VET ecosystem in relations to Micro-entrepreneurship and contributing to structuring training modules, developing training materials and content.

ECI is a project co-financed by the Erasmus Plus Programme and implemented by 8 Partners from 6 countries, i.e. Belgium, Greece, Italy, Germany, Romania and Poland. Such project aims at improve the understanding of word “entrepreneurial” in order to tackle economic and social challenges.

For more information on ECI: http://www.entre-comp.eu/

IDP participated in the All Routes Lead to Rome Online Meeting

IDP took part in the second project management meeting of the All Routes Lead to Rome project. Due to the Covid pandemic, the meeting, originally scheduled in Brussels, took place online based on a program developed and shared jointly by all partners.

During the meeting, the partners discussed the state of the art of the project and the changes to the deadlines, which were extended due to COVID-19. Specifically, they focused on the creation of the Open Educational Resources platform which is online at https://romanroutes.eu/index.php. In addition, the partners presented the mapping on the entrepreneurial possibilities of the roman routes developed during the production of Intellectual Output 2.

In the coming months the work will be focused on the development of Training contents to be loaded on the platform in order to offer non-formal education courses on entrepreneurship related to tourism issues also aimed at disadvantaged people.

IDP is a strategic partner to provide technical content on skills for growth, competitiveness, entrepreneurship, in particular by providing input for the development of training for the managerial and entrepreneurial dimension. In particular, IDP will be involved in providing inputs for the development of the project training contents. IDP will contribute also by sharing its experience and practice with other partners concerning proper project management, financial management and internal quality control.

All Routes Lead to Rome is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission which involves a Consortium of 8 Partners from 5 countries (Belgium, Italy, Greece, Macedonia and Spain).

The project aims to enable university students to identify and pursue the best strategies to maximize the economic return of the ancient routes network, develop basic and transversal skills such as self-reliance, leadership and ability to work in groups, problem solving, mastering of digital skills and multilingualism.

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Entre Comp Implementation – Partners are finalising the EU report on entrepreneurial competencies

The partners of the ECI Project are finalising the report for stocktaking on the dynamics of entrepreneurial competencies at European level. Partners carried out assessment to investigate in their country existing literature, policy papers, analysis and diagnostics on entrepreneurship, skill sets and needs, capacity building needs, etc. to ensure coherence and accuracy in the consolidation of findings in regards to the selected competencies.

The report captures the state of implementation of the EntreComp competence framework for entrepreneurial skills which develop implementation tools and training content for the European VET systems. More in general, the mapping activities are meant to evaluate the overall Entrepreneurial ecosystem addressing entrepreneurship as whole social phenomena – from intangible skills empowerment to support and training networks.

After peer-review and quality check of each country snapshot’s content, the partnership will proceed to finalise a summative methodology consistent with the implementation of the entrepreneurial competences model and the development of the final ECI’s training.

ECI is a project co-financed by the Erasmus Plus Programme and implemented by 8 Partners from 6 countries, i.e. Belgium, Greece, Italy, Germany, Romania and Poland. Such project aims at improve the understanding of word “entrepreneurial” in order to tackle economic and social challenges.

For more information on ECI: www.entre-comp.eu

Self-Employability in Ancient Roman Routes available online!

The ALL ROUTES LEAD TO ROME website is officially online and available on https://romanroutes.eu/. It contains all the project information, implementation, its objectives and background as well as a specific section describing the partners involved. Furthermore, all the project results and outputs will be made freely available on the website.

ALL ROUTES LEAD TO ROME is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission which involves a Consortium of 8 Partners from 5 countries (Belgium, Italy, Greece, North Macedonia and Spain).

The goal is to enable university students to identify and pursue the best strategies to maximize the economic return of the ancient routes network, develop basic and transversal skills such as self-reliance, leadership and ability to work in groups, problem solving, mastering of digital skills and multilingualism.

IDP participates in the project ALL ROUTES LEAD TO ROME whose objectives aim at offering training, tools and logistic support to university students who want to take the opportunity represented by the ancient Roman roads in terms of employability, self-employment and territorial development.

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