ABOUT THE PROJECT

The aim of ABCD4ME – APPs Based Competence Development for Migrants Entrepreneurship is to increase the economic integration of migrants by supporting the development of skilled and qualified digital entrepreneurs. In order to achieve the above-mentioned objective and  meet their educational needs, a VET training curriculum based on EQF Level 4 shall be developed and a training pathway offered through a digital platform for APPs learning. ABCD4ME project aims to support VET teachers and trainers with innovative tools and methods, namely an online digital database, digital learning platform, EQF and ECVET informed design of curriculum proposal and methodological handbook for transferability in a European context.

Primary Users

VET teachers, educators and trainers working in the field of financial, entrepreneurship and digital competence

Final beneficiaries

Migrants from disadvantaged backgrounds, especially from economically underprivileged and poor linguistic competence

PROJECT RESULTS

The main project results of the ABCD4ME project will be a validated and evidence-based Open Source Digital Toolkit for Migrant Entrepreneurship Education comprising:

DATABASE

Online Digital Database for migrant entrepreneurship in a digital economy

CURRICULUM

Theoretical framework, pedagogical basis and training curriculum

DIGITAL PLATFORM

Digital training platform for learning via APPs for migrant entrepreneurship in a digital economy 

HANDBOOK

ABCD4ME Pedagogical handbook

DIGITAL PLATFORM

Welcome to the ‚ABCD4ME‘ Digital Platform for Learning via APPs to improve your entrepreneurship skills for a digital economy!

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TRAINING VIA APPS

PARTNER INFO

BELGIUM

LE MONDE DES POSSIBLES ASBL

AUSTRIA

KIST CONSULT E.U.

SPAIN

INSTITUTO PARA EL FOMENTO DEL DESARROLLO Y LA FORMACION SL

IRELAND

INNOQUALITY SYSTEMS LIMITED

TURKEY

ISTANBUL VALILIGI

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PRESS RELEASES

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Project Number: 2021-1-BE01-K220-VET-000033048
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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