By Susanna Dunkerley Palestine Polytechnic University (PPU) is the winner of the Torino Process Award for the Entrepreneurship Key Competence. European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, presented the award at the closing ceremony of European Vocational Skills Week, November 24, in Brussels. The European Training Foundation (ETF) award recognises … More Palestine Polytechic University wins the Torino Process Award
Self-employment and small business creation are a priority in the Central Asian country Uzbekistan. Entrepreneurial learning has been integrated into the vocational system, which accounts for 90% of secondary education. Graduates receive information and training to develop business plans and are part of the nation’s wider job guarantee scheme. Uzbekistan is also a regional … More #ETFTRP Update from Uzbekistan
Serial entrepreneur Arman Toskanbaev was one of 19 young innovators on show at the Ideas Market, a highlight of the Changing Skills for a Changing World Torino Process conference. His latest endeavour – the Association of Young Entrepreneurs: New Green Technologies, Zertis Project (Kazakhstan) – enables vegetables to grow all year round in Kazakhstan’s harsh climate. It’s … More Business time, presidential style!
Supporting entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses delivers benefits to the economy and society. The ETF is looking for best practice examples of entrepreneurial learning as a key competence in the vocational education and training (VET) curriculum. The Torino Process Award is open to all VET providers in the ETF’s 29 partner countries, bordering Europe. … More Torino Process Entrepreneurship Award