Multiplier event E6, 13th June 2016, Hellenic Management Association, Athens, Greece

The Multiplier event E6 of the Social Keys Project took place in HMA premises in Athens, Greece on the 13th June 2016, with the participation of the project partners through skype and the participation of 3 foreign participants.

The event was focusing on the presentation of I.O. 6 “Definition of the design of the common European VET courses for the new European qualifications in social entrepreneurship sector” and a plenary discussion was held among participants on this subject. Also, after the presentation of the project and its main outcomes, the President of a Greek social enterprise presented on one hand the difficulties of its creation and on the other hand key factors to success. Also, during the infoday two consultants presented successful examples of European social enterprises.

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Hellenic Management Association invites you to the Infoday for the presentation of the project "Social Keys for Social Entrepreneurship". The infoday will take place in the premises of Hellenic Management Association (Venue: 2ST) on Monday 13th June 2016 at 09:30p.m. (Ionias 200 Ave. & Iakovaton 61 Street, Athens).

 

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Admission is free.

 

A short description of the project:

The project “SOCIAL KEYS FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP” is coordinated by the Hellenic Management Association with the cooperation of four organizations from three countries from the European Union (Italy, Poland, Βelgium) in the framework of ERASMUS+ project. The project concerns Social Economy and particularly the creation of Common European Professional Standards in the sector.

During the Infoday project partners will present the project and the progress made so far and also a round table will be organized aiming at the exchange of views on the VET courses which will be organized in partner countries for the European common qualifications in social entrepreneurship sector established by the MoU ECVET.

Multiplier event E4, 13th May 2016, CARITAS Archidiecezji Gdańskiej, Gdańsk, Poland

The Multiplier event E4 of the Social Keys Project took place in Poland, Gdańsk on the 13 th May 2016 with the skype participation of Greek partner HMA.

The event was attended by 30 people representing the social economy sector, academic sector, the public and ngo Pomeranian province. The event was dedicated to the presentation of the main objectives of the project, presentation IO4: Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). During the meeting between the participants ensued a lively discussion on the possibilities of implementing the MoU at the regional level. The participants expressed their interested in implementation results of the project.

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16th - 17th March 2016, Hellenic Management Association, Athens, Greece

The 5th Transnational Meeting of the Social Keys Project took place in Athens, Greece on the 16th and the 17th March 2016 in HMA premises, with the participation of all the partners of the project.

During the meeting, partners validated the European Common VET curricula for the two profiles of “Social Entrepreneur” and “Manager of Social Enterprise”. Also, for the best implementation of the project from now on, the partnership decided to choose one of the two profiles, this of the Social Entrepreneur. Finally, a plenary discussion was held regarding the IO 06 “Design of the VET courses for the new European common qualifications in Social Entrepreneurship sector” established by MoU ECVET.

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Infoday in Brussels!

Brussels' infoday took place in January 2016. Socialplatform.org has created an interesting article, have a look! Read it here!

26th January 2016, DIESIS premises, Brussels, Belgium

The 4th Transnational Meeting of the Social Keys Project took place in Brussels, Belgium on the 26h January 2016 in DIESIS premises, with the participation of all the partners of the project.

During the meeting, partners, after signing the MoU discussed about the European common VET curricula for the new European common qualifications “Social Entrepreneur” and “Manager of Social Enterprise” and validated their content. Also, a plenary discussion was held regarding the IO 06 “Design of the VET courses for the new European common qualifications in Social Entrepreneurship sector” established by MoU ECVET.

Multiplier event E2, 27th January 2016, DIESIS COOP, Brussels, Belgium

The Multiplier event E2 of the Social Keys Project took place in Brussels, Belgium on the 27th January 2016 with the participation of all the project partners. During the event partners presented main issues concerning the social entrepreneurship in all partner countries and also the project’s state of art.

Moreover a round table was organised with the participation of DG representatives, University Professors and social entrepreneurs concerning the new European common competence standards for the new VET qualifications in social entrepreneurship sector.

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Multiplier event E5, 13th January 2016, Scuola Nazionale Servizi Foundation, Perugia, Italy

The Multiplier event E5 of the Social Keys Project took place in Perugia, Italy on the 13th January 2016, with the participation of the project partners through skype. The event was focusing on Intellectual Output 05 the “Definition of the design of the common European VET curricula” for which all participants exchanged views and collected their feedback in this specific field.

 

Multiplier event E3, 24th Novemeber 2015, Scuola Nazionale Servizi Foundation, Bologna, Italy

The Multiplier event E3 of the Social Keys Project took place in Bologna, Italy on the 24th November 2015. During the event, partners presented the project progress so far through skype conference. They also discussed on the future activities to be implemented and exchanged their views and experiences.

Also, a thorough discussion among stakeholders took place, focusing on the analysis and preparatory researches on experiences and good practices already implemented on recognition of learning outcomes and qualifications and on the ECVET process.

 
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