Creating Enterprising Futures - free event, 7th July
Erasmus: Creating Enterprising Futures Project, Conference and Exhibition
You're invited to the launch of a new dynamic Entrepreneurial course, which is being held at the GLA, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA, on Friday, 7 July 2017. The project funded by Erasmus and led by the Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES), evolved through working in partnership with our colleagues from Italy and Spain
This new Entrepreneurial course has been designed to help all 16+ students understand the qualities and knowledge required to become entrepreneurs, together with the practical knowledge required to start a new enterprise. All providers including organisations who manage Apprenticeships will find the course "a must" to help learners further their careers.
The conference will show the attendees how to access the free course including the lesson plans and scheme of work. The interactive conference will commence with a buffet lunch at noon.
Please RSVP to John Kester via email at
by 30 email@example.com th June 2017.
Running order for 7th July
Buffet lunch and networking with Entrepreneurs, Start-up Business Advisers/Consultants, Financial experts and Public Relations experts.
Welcome — Arinola Edeh, Principal
Introduction of CEF Project — Chris Joseph, Director
Workshops open for interaction between attendees and workshop holders
Stall 1 - Building for the future
"Building for the future" — continuous power point presentation on a large screen, of the Entrepreneurial course, with Liz Wade, Consultant and John Kester, WAES Erasmus Coordinator, answering questions relating to the course and the many benefits the course offers both Teaching organisations and students. In particular, the course could be used by organisations managing Apprenticeship courses.
Stall 2 - A world of opportunities
"A world of opportunities" — continuous website presentation on a screen, showing details of the project, lesson plans and scheme of work of the Entrepreneurial course and pictures showing teachers at the 4 x 10-day courses that were held in Potenza, Italy and Seville, Spain.
Stall 3 - Share the vision
"Share the visions*' — Entrepreneurs from Italy, Spain and the UK, answering questions about the importance of having as many entrepreneurs as possible in all these countries and how the Entrepreneurial course will help young people to aspire to become entrepreneurs of the future.
Stall 4 - Facing the challenges
"Facing the Challenges" — presented by several teachers that have attended the courses in Potenza and Seville, promoting the numerous benefits of the course to all students above the age of 16.
Stall 5 - Partners in Progress
"Partners in Progress" — staff from WAES, Sistema Turismo and Third Sector International, the latter two organisations being the project's Partners from Potenza and Seville. Staff will discuss with participants, what courses each of the organisations will be managing currently and for the future.