This output aims at defining specific key competences in the field of social entrepreneurship for secondary school students. Partners will consider the existing good practices collected (through EU and non-EU projects) and their previous experience on the topic.
In particular, the Consortium will mainly focus on the specific characteristics of social enterprises:
- pursue: their goals are aimed at addressing social, economic, and environmental challenges rather than profit
- activity: their sustainable approach
- resource availability&management: their intervention characterized by less financial resources, but with more engaged/enthusiastic human resources
- impact: their attention to the consequences of a business on the local community, the market, the society and the environment.
The definition of these competences will be done by Partners from 6 Countries, considering the requirement of the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp). This approach guarantees the flexibility and adaptability to other national contexts and also facilitates its transferability all over Europe.
1.1 Spotting Opportunities: Identifying needs and opportunities to create social value
1.2 Creativity: Develop creative ideas focused on creating social impact
1.3 Vision: Work towards doing business for a social cause
1.4 Valuing Ideas: Exploit the socio-economic potential of ideas and opportunities
2.1 Self Awareness & Efficacy: Identify personal potential and mobilize it
2.2 Management: Plan, prioritize, organize and follow-up
2.5 Inspire and motivate: Inspire, motivate and engage others into a social cause
3.1 Initiative: Take the initiative to address a social issue
3.2 Ethical & Sustainable thinking: Assess socio-economic consequences and impact of ideas, opportunities and actions
3.3 Coping with uncertainty, ambiguity and risks: Analyse risks and make decisions in a flexible way
3.4 Cooperation & networking: Establish trustful collaboration, gain social support and engagement
3.5 Learn through experience: Learn through practice and experience