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Manual - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools



 
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Manual - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools #1 (permalink) Fri Feb 12, 2010 15:56 pm   Manual - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools
 

Dear colleagues,
please help me to edit, proofread and to amend this
Many thanks for your great help
Best regards,
Uli

Structure – Manual
“Practical handbook for developing an entrepreneurial climate at VET school”

1.Introduction
(with links to the sections below, very short)
a.Aim of the guide “Be effective – learn from the best”
b.What means – to develop an entrepreneurial climate at VET schools

2.The European dimension?
a.LLL programme, Leonardo da Vinci, Transfer of Innovation
i.General intention
ii.The project ENTReVET

b.promoting entrepreneurial mindset in VET
i.the European debate
ii.our approach

3.The project ENTReVET – concrete (out of the proposal)
a.The objectives, expected outputs
b.The partners
c.The approach
d.the transfer product “partnership approach” in the context of entrepreneurial climate in VET schools
e.The work package “develop an entrepreneurial climate in VET schools under the umbrella of a regional partnership”

4.Creating the right Conditions
a.Know the regional context (in southern Saxony-Anhalt, in Turkey, in Latvia)
i.Saxony-Anhalt
ii.Turkey
b.define the targets locality
i.xx
ii.xx
c.linking with others
i.(link to “association for vocational education for youth – Burgenlandkreis,...)
ii.(link to regional entrepreneurship initiative – Zeitzer Michael)
iii.(link to regional networks,...)
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Manuel - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools #2 (permalink) Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:19 am   Manuel - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools
 

HansUlrich wrote:
b.What means – to develop an entrepreneurial climate at VET schools

Hi Uli, maybe this is better: "What does 'developing an entrepreneurial climate at VET's' mean"?

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Manual - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools #3 (permalink) Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:36 pm   Manual - Entrepreneurial climate in VET schools
 

Hi Torsten,
the new working title of the EU Manual should be
“How to use the social partnership approach for developing an entrepreneurial climate at the VET schools system ” .
I hope to manage this rationally.
best regards Uli.
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