Local skills matter: a journey through entrepreneurial communities

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Author: Carlebach, Ezri; Prina, Manuela; Vuorinen, Pirita


Entrepreneurial communities are voluntary, forward-thinking, innovative, locally anchored, proactive partnerships that generate effective and sustainable employment by developing local human resources. The two-year journey of the European Training Foundation's Entrepreneurial Communities Initiative has confirmed the dynamism of local actors in pulling resources together to create partnerships for skills. Ten partnerships are illustrated in this publication showcasing innovative approaches to learning, actions to make education and training more relevant for the world of work, and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Skills and knowledge; Industry; Employment; Workforce development; Culture and society; Research

Keywords: Entrepreneurship; Case study; Employment creation; Community; Community development

Geographic subjects: Algeria; Kazakhstan; Serbia; Lebanon; Belarus; Jordan; Georgia; Moldova; Montenegro; Israel; Africa; Middle East; Europe

Published: Turin, Italy: European Training Foundation, 2016

Physical description: 67 p.

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ISBN: 9789291576371 (print); 9789291576388 (pdf)

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 124.305

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