Entrepreneurial Skills For Woman In A Digital World


Specific objectives

We will support educators of adult non-formal education institutions in learning and training activities, in the acquisition and use of entrepreneurial knowledge, skills and qualifications to facilitate disadvantaged woman in personal development and employability.

Through exchanging the practices among partner organizations we will develop a two step activity which includes designing learning strategy, creating and piloting the training program to promote greater employability of disadvantaged woman.

We will contribute to the attractiveness of entrepreneurial education and training in adult non-formal education institutions.

Target audience

40 educators working at non-formal adult education institutions (adult training centres, librarians, social workers, telecentre employees, community centres, woman NGOs, networking organizations);

200 disadvantaged women (unemployed, living in rural areas, single mothers, disabled, migrants, widows, etc.)


Concrete activities

During the project Learning concept will be designed and implemented. The learning concept will clearly set the pedagogical strategy to capacitate educators of adult non-formal education to develop their entrepreneurial skills to facilitate disadvantaged woman in personal development and employability.

Developing training materials and pilot testing. This initiative differs from predominant approaches as the project strategy is focused on the implementation of entrepreneurial learning by using project-based approach with integrated ICT learning at adult non-formal education institutions. The synthesis of ICT and project-based learning promotes a pragmatic approach for strengthening entrepreneurial skills such as creativity, initiative, tenacity, teamwork, problem solving as well as take advantage of information, communication and technology (ICT) opportunities.

Development and dissemination of the e-Guidebook. The document will facilitate the use and adoption of the training materials in diverse contexts of non-formal learning settings. The key aim of the guidelines will be an explanation how to use methodology with step-by-step activities and some tips, which will guide educators how to conduct training in their institutions.