Where:  Europe House, Smith Square, London, UK SW1P 3EU.  

When: Thursday 29 June 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm and Friday 30 June 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

What: The conference offers you a unique opportunity to hear from people at the leading edge of policy and practice in entrepreneurship education in Europe.  You will also be able to find out about the learning and the products of the LEEN project.  It will include an exciting mix of presentations from expert speakers, interactive activities, an awards ceremony for teachers and students and the world premiere of the evaluation film of the LEEN project.  

 

THURSDAY 29 JUNE

13.30 Welcome coffee

14.00 Opening

14.20 Overview of what we have achieved.
Patricia Huion

14.35 Documentary: how did we achieve this?
Colin Gilfillan and Catriona MacInnes

15.00 Presentation of entrepreneurship clubs

15.30 Coffee break

15.45 Reflections on working with the EntreComp Framework
Patricia Huion

16.00 Educational entrepreneurship environment.
Jani Turku, partner from Finland

17.00 End of the day

 

FRIDAY 30 JUNE

10.00 Presentation of class activities on educational entrepreneurship.

11.00 Anusca Ferrari from European schoolnet.
“The importance of entrepreneurship for education”

11.45 Coffee break

12.00 Triin Noorkõiv from Back to School.
“The importance of having conversations between schools and the rest of society. Good practices in Estonia.”

12.45 Colin Gilfillan with guest of honour Jeremy Crook OBE, Chief Executive of Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) handing out of the awards.

13.00 Ending

 

About  LEEN: Liminality in Entrepreneurship Education is a 2 year project funded by the EU Erasmus + programme. LEEN is exploring  how entrepreneurship is introduced in education.  It has produced a range of exciting new products which will bring entrepreneurship education to life for everybody concerned, teachers, trainee teachers, policy makers and young people.  Find out more at www.l33n.eu

About the LEEN partners: The LEEN partnership is unique. It involves organisations which have a key stake in encouraging teachers and young people to develop the entrepreneurial mindset that they are going to need to survive and thrive in the 21st century labour market. LEEN involves entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, educationalists, teachers, schools, universities and young people. They are from Portugal, Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Romania, Estonia, Finland, the United Kingdom and Turkey.