EntreComp is a common language for entrepreneurial learning.
If you didn’t know it already, at Bantani Education we love EntreComp! We use the EntreComp framework across all our work as a common reference to understand the entrepreneurship key competence. It describes the 15 competences that make up being entrepreneurial, opening up the relevance of entrepreneurial competences across life and work.
All of our past, current and upcoming projects use EntreComp in some capacity, it might be as a guide, or as a basis to create a training course, or as inspiration to take it further. Through our years of combined experience, we have become experts in delivering quality content based on the EntreComp model within the education, youthwork, lifelong learning, community, and enterprise sectors.
The three EntreComp areas and the fifteen competences are:
Learning through experience
Working with others
Planning and management
Taking the initiative
EntreComp can be broken down into five goals:
Mobilise interest and inspire action
Create value by adapting the framework to specific contexts
Implement entrepreneurial ideas and projects
Appraise or assess levels of entrepreneurship competence
Bantani has been contributed to several European Commission reports supporting our use of EntreComp, including: The EntreComp Playbook, and EntreComp Into Action. The
Publications page features more details about our published works on EntreComp.
If you are planning a project that incorporates the EntreComp framework, or entrepreneurial learning, get in touch with us to see how we can help you – we would love to welcome you to The EntreComp Community.
You can find out more about projects Bantani Education is currently involved in, as well as previous projects, using EntreComp on our Projects page.