Minutes Project Meeting Valencia

06-07.02.14

 

 

 

 

List of participants:

-          The Netherlands: Cristina Stefan, Tim Stefan, Andrei Stefan

-          Poland: Jolanta Ratynska, Barbara Janic, Danuta Sadownik, Malgorzata Pokosz, Maja Huminilowicz, Grzegorz Lustyk

-          Spain: Miguel Vidal

-          France: Anaďs Fernandez 

 

5th of February

 

20:00

Dinner with the participants

 

6th of February

 

10:30 

Welcome

 

11:00-11:10

Opening by Nieves Villaroya, CIPFPM Headmaster, Spain

 

       

           

11:20-11:35

New Erasmus+ Program. The opportunities for 2014-2020 regarding entrepreneurship

Mrs. Cristina Stefan, QMED Netherlands

 

-          Presentation of the project CO-BUS-VET: the main idea of the project is developing the entrepreneurial initiatives & behaviour

 

-          Erasmus+: Why a new approach?

Education, training and youth: a changing landscape

·         Deep economic crises and high youth unemployment

·         Skills gap and low employability of graduates

·         Growing requirement for high skilled jobs

·         A global competition for talent : internationalization of education

·         Need for closer links with world of work

 

-          Europe 2020 targets:

·         Raising higher education attainment from 32% to 40%

·         Reducing the share of early  school leavers from 14% to less than 10%

 

-          What’s new? A single integrated program with substantial simplifications, a substantial budget increase

 

11:35-11:50

Social media for Entrepreneurs

Mr. Samuel Ratzer, CIPFPM Spain

 

-          Objectives: dissemination, support commercial level

-          The use of social media in Europe: high level in UK, Spain and France

-          20% of the UK population uses LinkdIn

-          60% of small businesses uses social media in the UK

 

12:05-12:25

Domotics for Entrepreneurs

Mr. Jesús Hernández, CIPFPM Spain

 

-          What does it mean? Residential extension of building automation

Professional profile “Residential integrator”

·         System design of home automation

·         Installation process

 

-          Aims: provide comfort, energy efficiency, security.

Home automation for elderly and disabled people.  

 

12:45-13:30

Entrepreneurs and SMEs. Online presentation

Mr. Kenneth OE Sundin, SME Think Tank Director Sweden

 

SME Academy: international network based on the knowledge for and about SMEs

-          How? Net based, images, videos, audio

Based on your situation and your needs

Transferring knowledge to modern digital products.

-          Who? All of us (students, employees etc.)

 

Sharing knowledge via KaaS network (is used by the digital entrepreneurs in Sweden)

Teacher ŕ learner ŕ in a class room

Entrepreneur ŕ employee ŕin a workplace

Entrepreneur ŕ entrepreneur ŕ engaged to a task

 

1)      Find business opportunities – using ICT

-          Scan the Web

-          Learn from other sectors : be unique, transfer of business models

 

2)      Creates the base to reach them – using ICT

-          Digital Business Processes

-          Build platforms for a new way of making business

-          Base you business models on your customers digital behaviour

 

3)      Finds partners and colleagues – using ICT

-          Scan in social media and web networks

-          Start the relation using digital form and tools

-          Get closer with video calls

 

4)      Identifies prospects customers – using ICT

-          Scan for customers : web pages, social media

-          Offer several channels to your business

 

5)      Delivers products and services – using ICT

-          Net based activities (lecturing, consulting, coaching)

-          3D printing (BluePrint, models)

 

6)      Develops customer relations – using ICT

-          Automated customer interaction

-          Affiliates and partners

 

7)      Becomes a global player

-          Global business

 

 

13:30-15:30

Lunch break

 

15:30-15:45

CO-BUS-VET Facebook page, Newsletter no.1 and presentation project works IES

Ms. Anais Fernández, IES France

 

Presentation of the Newsletter n°1: it’s ok.

-          Add the new logo and the reference number of the project

-          Delete the calendar (not useful) and add 4 logos in front of the newsletter

-          Add “Activities from October 2013 to February 2014” instead of “Steps”

č I have to upload the new version in Wiggio before 14th of February with all logos

 

Work done by IES: presentation of the project section in our website

 

15:45-16:00

Entrepreneurial Education

Ms. Elena Pintos, CIPFPM Spain

 

Entrepreneurial education and training

-          Video: teach for teachers (cf. How to teach entrepreneurship on YouTube)

-          How to teach creativity?

·         Exploring opportunities

·         Accepting the implications of their own choices

·         Managing resources and money in a responsive way

-          Indicators of good practice:

·         Good balance between theory and practice

 

16:00-16:15

Business Games. Presentation project works PCKK

Mrs. Danuta Sadownik, PCKK Poland

 

Using games to teach entrepreneurial skills.

Adults: students, prisoners, hospital patients, staff of PCKK

Youth: students

 

Games?

-          Board games: Peasant School of Business, Buying Real Estate, RPG (running your own business)

-          Strategy games: learn market mechanisms

 

Knowledge? Basic of economy, accountancy etc.

 

16:30-16:50

Presentation development and results LOGO competition in Poland

Mr. Grzegorz Lustyk, PCKK Poland

 

Students of their 2 high-schools and several of their patient hospital drew a list of logos

51 works ŕ 37 logos after a selection

After a vote, we have chosen the logo n°33.