IDP in Brussels (BE) the Kick-Off Meeting of IDEA Project, an Erasmus+ Project – November 11, 2019

In Brussels (BE), on November 11th, 2019, IDP was at the Kick-Off Meeting of IDEA – Inspiring Digital Entrepreneurship and Awareness in HE – a project which involves a Consortium of 9 Partners from 7 European countries i.e. Belgium, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain. foto 1 At the meeting, Partners briefly introduced themselves, then the project idea presentation followed, mapping and stock taking of Digital Entrepreneurship dynamics, E-learning training material for Students plus Dissemination and Visibility via Multiplier Events, and Quality Assurance aspect, handled by IDP. foto 3 IDEA’s innovative approach towards entrepreneurial success implies the use of digital skills applied to entrepreneurship, thus being able to keep up with the latest social, technological and economic trends. IDP brings its consolidated experience and expertise as a private VET provider of training for entrepreneurship, competitiveness and employability. IDP builds on its consolidated experience and proven track record of more than 25 years of experience at international and European levels.   For future information on IDEA and IDP initiatives: IDP website: idpeuropa.com bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants logo  

IDP and UNICH Together for a European Project Management Course For Students and Graduates

3aa73b1d-5658-4c19-91c5-0100f4dd335f a0f3a17a-1ac2-4395-b008-87ab2516b2a1 On Friday, November 8th, Giulia Costantino from IDP introduced a free European Project Management course offered to students and graduates in cooperation with the placement service of the UNICH itself. Click here on the link below for further info on the event, the course and other IDP initiatives! www.idpeuropa.com networks@idpeuropa.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles LinkedIn : IDP European Consultants     Cattura 2

School Internationalization & Development: IDP in Lodz (PL) for the 3rd Meeting of SLIDE, a European Project Funded by Erasmus+

a25fec77-b65b-4729-8e0c-775cbb5703be The 3rd Meeting of the SLIDE (SchooL Internationalization & DEvelopment, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for School Education) was held in Lodz (PL) on November 6th, 2019. The Project has a Consortium of 6 Partners from 6 Countries (Belgium, Italy, Poland, Romania, Turkey and UK). Such Project aims to take advantage of the opportunities represented by internationalization and digitalisation, incorporating creativity into everyday practice and helping schools develop skills in their staff members, visionary leadership skills for their managers specific problems for a disadvantaged student, school dropout and reduction of disparities in learning courses (public schools, schools included or simply less experienced in the use of internationalization and potential for digitization). During the meeting, the Partners discussed the Internationalization Team Toolkit and its progress, School Internationalization, Digital Development & Creativity Embedding on-line training for teachers and school managers, Dissemination, Exploitation and Visibility issues as well as Quality Assurance matters specifically by IDP. IDP brings its consolidated experience and expertise as a private provider of professional training for entrepreneurship, competitiveness and employability. Moreover, IDP presents in the project its consolidated experience in the management and reporting of international projects. IDP will also collaborate with the Coordinator to ensure implementation and monitoring of the project.   For further information about SLIDE and IDP: Project Website: www.slideproject.eu www.idpeuropa.com networks@idpeuropa.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles LinkedIn : IDP European Consultants      SLIDE Banner IDP  

IDP in Dobieszków (PL) for the 3rd Meeting of EIDE, a Project Co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme

EIDE foto IDP   IDP met with 6 Partners from 5 European countries i.e. Belgium, Poland, Spain, Romania and United Kingdom, hosted by Polish Parter Branzowa Szkola in Dobieszków (PL) on November 5th 2019 for the 3rd meeting of EIDE – Emotional Intelligence and Digital Entrepreneurship, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training. The main objective of the project is to improve the opportunities for professional success of vocational students with different backgrounds developing not only their entrepreneurial skills (or knowledge), but also their emotional, social and digital skills. During the meeting, the Partners (from Belgium, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain and UK) had the opportunity to discuss the E-learning course for Students, its progress overview and next steps, administrative and financial aspects of the project and quality assurance issues, specifically by IDP. IDP brings to EIDE its consolidated experience and expertise as a private provider of professional training for entrepreneurship, competitiveness and employability. Moreover, IDP introduces in the project its consolidated experience in the management and reporting of international projects. IDP will also collaborate with the Coordinator to ensure implementation and monitoring of the project.   For further information about EIDE and IDP: Project Website: www.eideproject.eu www.idpeuropa.com networks@idpeuropa.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles LinkedIn : IDP European Consultants      eide IDP

IDP To Cooperate with ‘G. D’Annunzio’ University of Chieti-Pescara For a European Project Management Course

IDP is set to cooperate with the D’Annunzio University via its own Placement Service to promote a 12-hour European Management course which aims at providing significant tools for the development of soft skills. The course will be presented on November 8th at the University of Pescara. Every info concerning the training days will be communicated during the event. Click on this link for more info: https://orientamento.unich.it/news/europrogettazione-corso-gratuito or on the contacts below for more info on IDP and UNICH: www.unich.it bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants   Cattura 2

TACKLING ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP: IDP in Cottbus (D) at the Kick-Off Meeting of ENTRECOMP Project

  foto 1 8 Partners from 6 countries – Belgium, Greece, Italy, Germany, Romania and Poland – met in Cottbus (D) on October 28th, 2019, for the Kick-Off Meeting of ENTRECOMP IMPLEMENTATION (ECI), a project co-financed by Erasmus+ Programme. Such project aims at improving the understanding of the word “entrepreneurial” in order to tackle economic and social challenges. After having introduced their own organisations, project idea presentation followed, along with management structure i.e. roles and responsibilities, communication & dissemination and financial and administrative aspects. In such project, IDP will greatly contribute to the technical and operational activities of the project 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 For further information on ENTRECOMP and IDP initiatives: www.idpeuropa.com bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants   logo

INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: IDP Attended The 8th University-Business Forum in Brussels

20191025 IDP PR 8th University Business Forum On October 24th, IDP attended the University Business Forum that brought together policymakers, representatives from higher education, business and other stakeholders to discuss and debate the role of university-business cooperation for innovation and sustainable development. 28 Knowledge Alliances were showcased, demonstrating how cooperation between higher education and business works in practice and providing also a unique opportunity for discussion, sharing of experience, exchange of good practices and networking opportunities. Other than innovation and sustainable development, skills mismatches, lifelong learning, regional and local eco-systems, social innovation, artificial intellligence, entrepreneurial individuals and organisations, and institutional change were discussed.  The 2019 University-Business Forum is a place for learning, discussion and engagement in new and concrete initiatives.   For further information on IDP European Consultants, please contact: www.idpeuropa.com networks@idpeuropa.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants   banner

IDP Presented ALL ROUTES LEAD TO ROME at Project Presentation Meeting 2019

all routes   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. The goal is to enable them 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, multilingualism. Since 1991, IDP has greatly contributed to the technical and operational activities of EU projects, providing training materials and modules related to the project.   For future further information on ROMAN ROUTES and IDP www.idpeuropa.com bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants   logo

DIGITAL FUTURE IS ADULT: IDP in Budapest (HU) for The 3rd Meeting of DELSA, an Erasmus+ Project

foto 4 Together with 7 Partners from 6 European Countries (Belgium, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain), IDP participated in the 3rd meeting of DELSA – Digital Empowerment for Low Skilled Adults – on October 15th, a  project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education. foto 1 DELSA addresses the issue of low digital competences and skills and will develop immediate and concrete training and educational resources to advance digital abilities of low skilled adults.  Such resources are defined according to an accurate evidence-based assessment, ensuring a bottom-up approach producing relevant and consistent outcomes which will meet with the actual needs of the target group. Such productive meeting saw Partners take stock of the implementation of the platform as well as discussing topics such as information and data literacy, how to improve communication and collaborations, thorough problem solving in digital content creation plus the finalising of the final version of the training courses. Administrative and technical aspect were also dealt with along with Dissemination and Exploitation phase, paramount to the visibility of the project, handled by IHF. IDP will greatly contribute to the technical and operational activities of DELSA, carrying out analysis and stock-taking activities of the Italian Adult Education ecosystem pertaining to the project, contributing to structuring modules, developing methodologies for effective teaching and learning, materials and content. In addition, IDP brings into the project its consolidated experience in international project management and reporting.   For more information about DELSA and IDP initiatives: Project Website: www.digitaldelsa.eu www.idpeuropa.com bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants Cattura

EMPLOYABILITY OF ADULTS THROUGH EDUCATION: IDP At The Closing Meeting of CREATE, An Erasmus+ Project, in Brussels (B)

Picture 1 On October 11th, 2019, IDP participated at the closing meeting of CREATE – Competitive Regions Employability of Adults through Education – a Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, along with the other 8 Partners from 8 countries (Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia and Spain). The 8 Partners took stock of the successful implementation of the project, its results and achievement.  In addition to dealing with project management and reporting, a thorough evaluation of project results allowed partners also to identify possible venues of further collaboration in the domain of public policy for adult education. The previous day, IDP participated in the event to showcase the results of the “Competitive Regions Employability of Adults Through Education” (CREATE) Project funded by Erasmus+.  IDP and project partners presented the CREATE Toolkit during the European Week of Regions and Cities, the flagship event on the European Cohesion Policy organised by the EU Commission and EU Committee of the Regions and attended by 6,000 people from all over Europe who come to Brussels to discover the future of territorial development and exchange good practices.   For further information on CREATE and IDP: Project website: www.projectcreate.eu IDP website: https://idpeuropa.com/ bruxelles@idpeurope.com Facebook: IDP Bruxelles IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants   CREATE EU WEEK IDP
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