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ELIE 2.0 project - Multiplier Event

ELIE 2.0 project - Multiplier Event
Added on 20/06/2022

The South-East European Research Centre (SEERC)

and the Ellie2.0 EU project,

Are inviting you to a Multiplier Event for sharing an innovative approach to enterprise learning for groups vulnerable to social excursion.

The event will allow participants to see how Elie 2.0 delivers learning at EQF Level 2. The event will also include a roundtable discussion of social, cultural, and structural barriers in including groups vulnerable to social exclusion in learning programmes and strategies for supporting vulnerable learners through a level 2 programme.

Date: 23 June 2022

Time: 17:30 -19:30

Venue: SEERC, Strategakis Building (3rd Floor) 24, Proxenou Koromila St., Thessaloniki, Greece)


The training will be held in English  and it is free of charge.

Elie2.0is a European project (Erasmus+) works across the fields of entrepreneurship, psychology, sociology, and educational studies, all of which allow participants to better identify opportunities to use their skills and knowledge for business purposes.   It is a hard skills development programme for enterprise and employability and includes opportunities for people to learn through real world projects. Elie 2.0 builds on the work of the Eliemental Project, which is a soft skills development programme to help boost enterprise and employability skills. As part of Eliemental, researchers looked at the relationship between soft skills shortfalls and various groups’ vulnerability to social exclusion. Elie 2.0 works on developing hard skills, such as providing better access to market research and basic bookkeeping.  The project involves training community-based entrepreneur coaches, as well as working with local businesses, with the course participants working together with these companies to solve real problems in the communities involved and helping to develop the local economy.  The project will build on the work done in Eliemental, with community access hubs – places where the people involved in the programme feel comfortable and where they are happy to meet – continuing to form an important part of the work.

Learn more about the Elie 2.0 project, here:

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