Making Ideas Happen, a f2f programme, focused on helping women combine IT with entrepreneurship, has launched a piloting training on October 21st. 12 educators from seven libraries across Lithuania will take part.
In addition to aiding entrepreneurial women with IT skills, the programme also aims to develop project management skills and assist women in an educational pathway to better employment opportunities.
The programme was developed within the international project Entrepreneurial Skills for Women in a Digital World (E4W) and is financed by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme implemented by partners in Germany, Slovenia, Greece and Lithuania.
The aim of piloting training is to test a newly created programme with the key target groups of the project: adult educators and women.