CRAYON'S FINAL CONFERENCE

VOLOS - GREECE JUNE 2017

CRAYON’S – CREATIVITY IN ACTION TO PROMOTE YOUNG ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Project N°. 2015-1-ES01-KA203-016056

National & International attendance to the Final Event

The CRAYON'S final event took place at Thessaly University (UTH) in Volos Greece.
The target groups primarily involved in the conference are: HEIs, employment services, education ministries (at regional or national levels), business incubators, business associations, institutions providing continuous training, etc.

Partners will count with 75 participants (20 internationals and 55 locals). All partners mentored the session, led by UTH. The conference will be disseminated amongst the various networks that each partner has, as well as to universities, HEI teachers and relevant stakeholders already contacted during the project lifetime.

During this closure conference, all the CRAYON’s outputs were presented in a non-traditional way, to ensure active participation of attendees.

Social networks and the project website will be of great value to disseminate this event, get participants and disseminate the project outcomes.

Participants will be given access to the CRAYON’s Intellectual Outputs generated so that they can use them in their own organizations.

Partners mentoring the Final hands on CRAYON'S Methodology

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THE MOOC WAS INTRODUCED TO THE AUDIENCE

The pilot test of the MOOC will be done until mid-June 2017. Students from all participating countries represented in the consortium will test the contents of this 10-hours on-line course.
The main aim of the CRAYON’s training course, as it was stated at its initial design, is to provide you with the skills that are valuable for the labor market. Furthermore, by doing the training it is expected that participants feel more attracted towards the option of being an entrepreneur. It is expected that after attending the CRAYON’s training course, participants will be motivated, will develop youth entrepreneurial skills and will know how to generate an idea, identify their strengths, the target groups and know how to bring the idea to life by creating a business or a project.
The MOOC program has been set-up to be followed in two different ways 1. Individually or 2. With a team. In some cases, there are different activities for each of the two ways.
In order to maximize the impact of this MOOC, a network of national representatives, acting as Tutors, will help participants with the materials, as well as throughout the development of the course.
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Particpants playing the CRAYONS METHODOLOGY

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TEAMS EXPLAINING THEIR BUSINESS IDEA, PARTICIPANTS GIVE ONLINE FEEDBACK VIA MENTIMETER

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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