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  • Employment
  • Other purpose

The “SE4A: Social Entrepreneurship 4 Arts’’ focuses on enabling young artists to establish themselves as social entrepreneurs. Focus groups were conducted to help the partnership develop a social entrepreneurship training and mentoring program for young artists, which will help them develop and market their artistic ideas in a meaningful way.

The project will produce a range of intellectual outputs:

  • a curriculum for the acquisition of new skills and competences, which will include training and learning material that will be used during the e-course. The training curriculum will be available online for adult educators and migrant professionals as well as educators who wish to use the material to conduct their own activities.
  • An e-learning Interactive portal, which will host all learning material and an interaction area for youth mentors. It will also serve as a networking platform both for entrepreneurs and potential customers.  Also, a project website will be developed and include information about all project outcomes  and the in-service training toolkit.

Title SE4A (Social Entrepreneurship 4 Arts)
Date launched 01/01/2022
Status (Ongoing, forthcoming) Ongoing
Type of Resource
  • Digital resources
  • Online course
  • Other
  • Employment
  • Other
Online or Blended Blended
Learning outcomes
  • Provide artists and creatives with effective and concrete tools to develop an enterprising approach, review, solve problems, plan and scope their creative project.
  • Support and guide artists and creatives to make their projects more sustainable by learning how to plan, assess, identify the state-of-art and manage their “entrepreneurial” project.
  • Update artists’ and creatives’ professional competences and help them acquire management, business and networking skills.
  • Create and pilot tools and practical models to foster collaborations between the world of creativity and the world of business through the mutual exchange of professional skills and visions of artists and social entrepreneurs.
Target group Young Artists and Senior Students of Tertiary Education In Arts (including migrants and refugees)
Language English, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian, German
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan The activities and results will be monitored and checked by the Steering Committee that will carry out improvements and necessary changes. Output/Activity improvement plans will be expanded by the Steering Committee with necessary information/requirements.
Learning assessment Students will be assessed through a final assessment per course.
Recognition or certification of learning SE4A has applied the ECTS accreditation process to the e-courses designed for young artists, equipping them with a valid certification on the knowledge acquired via the e-courses. They will have the opportunity to register in the online courses as autonomous learners and complete the (optional) exams to acquire and certify their gained knowledge. Notably, the recognition of the delivered certificate will be valid for all EU countries.

How the ECTS grading has been applied in the SE4A course:
A specific number of ECTS credits were allocated to each course, according to the required estimated workload to achieve the defined learning outcomes. In particular, the following modules, upon completion, correspond to one ECTS credit.

Europass It will soon be developed
Financing and sustainability model Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Leading Organization Italienische Handelskammer München-Stuttgart Camera di Commercio Italo-Tedesca - Italian-German Chamber of Commerce (ITALCAM), Italy
Contact Person Italienische Handelskammer München-Stuttgart
Camera di Commercio Italo-Tedesca e.V.
Ms Anita Schnierle
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Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country. No