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EntreComp for Digital Study Visit

The EntreComp for Digital Study Visit will connect participants with practitioners in the field of digital and entrepreneurial competence development from across Europe.

Tue, September 20, 2022
Online

ℹ More details https://bit.ly/3PA8JGE
📝 Registration https://bit.ly/3BaRJT1

EntreComp Synergies (‘Achieving Synergies and Champions in the Implementation of the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework‘), an initiative of the European Union invites you to take part in the EntreComp for Digital Study Visit.

Join us as we:
1️⃣ Showcase practices working with EntreComp, DigComp and other competence frameworks
2️⃣ Create connections between practitioners in different sectors
3️⃣ Support awareness and understanding of the role of EntreComp in digitalisation and digital skills

You will be able to hear from a variety of initiatives, interact with showcase presenters, take part in collaborative activities and join the discussion. We hope to see you there!

This event is an initiative of the European Union.

European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA)
Bantani Education ALL DIGITAL PEEP - Policy Experimentation & Evaluation Platform
EIT Food EIT RawMaterials Academy Materahub

Registration

Application deadline: Tuesday, 20th September, at 23:59.

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