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Wednesday, November 27 • 10:45 - 11:15
EntreCom4ALL MODEL to sustain the entrepreneurship competence needs

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The European Commission has been promoting entrepreneurship as a key competence. EntreComp was published by the European Commission published in 2016 “The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework” (EntreComp)] to develop a common conceptual approach to support the development of entrepreneurial education.
This paper presents the EntreCom4ALL model, as an example of adaptation of the EntreComp framework, and how its target groups are aligned and sustain the SDG. The EntreCom4All project aims to improve the accessibility of entrepreneurial education to young or female entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial teachers or trainers, by developing an online platform that provides access to relevant Open Educational Resources on entrepreneurship. OERs can be seen as basic elements of a trend towards more openness in education. These OERs do not only need to be gathered and stored, it is also equally important to improve their visibility and use for the target groups that they are aimed at.


Edmundo Tovar

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Bernardo Tabuenca

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Nelson Piedra

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja

Wednesday November 27, 2019 10:45 - 11:15 CET
BL27.07 ground floor classroom - Presentations