Business Startups IVET – Boleslawiec

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    dariuszglaz
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    #31801
    ViolaEmaldi
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    Thank you for sharing.
    This curricula is expecially useful for I-VET, dedicated to high school students. You doc a very good work.

    #31814
    Cerasmus+ Team
    Keymaster

    Partner: ZSOiZ – Poland

    Dates of implementation: 4-9.11.2019

    Place of implementation: Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących i Zawodowych
    im. Mjra H. Sucharskiego w Bolesławcu, ul. Komuny Paryskiej 6, 59-700 Bolesławiec,
    Poland

    Topic chosen: Business Start-ups

    Target group chosen: I-VET

    Professional skills
    Creativity and innovation skills

    Transversal skills
    Teamwork
    Maintain active business

    Functional skills
    Relationship management

    Content
    Business Model Canvas
    Communication Methodology
    Marketing
    Business organization and job market
    Client acqusition

    Case study – interview with a ceramist/professional, identification of a business problem,
    creation of a business model and possible start-up as a solution

    Learning Outcomes
    – Ability to work in the innovative start-up sector,
    – having the initial necessary knowledge to evaluate whether or not to invest in a specific
    business idea
    – teamwork skills
    – ability to identify a problem in a business
    – ability to provide an innovative solution for a problem with a start-up idea
    – defining the needs and requirements of the ceramic professionals and the job market

    Methods/Tools
    webinar, lecture, workshops, teamwork, case study

    Group: 17 students

    Teacher: Business Teacher, Ceramicists

    Feedback from teachers: “Workshop represent a very creative approach to teaching students
    how to solve business problems and be more entrepreneurial. The examples of group activities
    are very different from those in traditional school curriculum. It was very informative and I feel I
    can use this with my students and staff.”

    Feedback from pupils: “This is a useful program, with clear and progressive steps, that is very
    doable in high school”; “Excellent workshop – learned a great deal and inspired to learn more”;
    “This workshop was beautifully executed to bring together research & practice. I appreciated the
    final discussion regarding implementation.”; “One of the very best presenters who taught and
    shared relevant information and ideas.”

    #31840
    Cerasmus+ Team
    Keymaster
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