EICAA

Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Competences Assessment Alliance (EICAA)

Area
Educació

Project duration
01.01.2021 - 31.12.2023

Subject area
Regional
National
International

Source of funding
European Commission

Total funding
€969.672,00

Total budget
€969.672,00

TecnoCampus budget
€90.631,00   

Project website:
https://www.eicaa.eu/

Project information

The project "Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Competences Assessment Alliance" (EICAA), which began on 01.01.2021, is funded by the Erasmus + program Knowledge Alliance and lasts for 3 years. The aim is to develop a digital platform for advice and development of entrepreneurial skills. This will allow universities, companies and other organizations to carry out a detection and monitoring of entrepreneurial skills among students or employees of the entity. The project is based on the conceptual basis of the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework, which was developed by the European Commission.

By assessing the entrepreneurial competencies of the profiles within the EICAA Digital Platform, learning activities adapted to the evaluated profile will be proposed that can be used to strengthen entrepreneurial competencies.

Learning materials will also be developed to promote entrepreneurial skills, and a selection of these materials, depending on the outcome of the assessment, will be automatically suggested to users of the Digital Platform to improve in specific areas of competence.   

The EICAA consortium is made up of 9 organizations (5 universities and 4 companies) from a total of 5 European countries:

The EICAA consortium is made up of 9 organizations (5 universities and 4 companies) from a total of 5 European countries:

In addition to this team, the project has the support of a prominent and growing network of partners within Europe.

The EICAA project is subject to the supervision of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission (EACEA), which has been responsible for selecting the project as one of the 30 selected from the 217 applications submitted to the call for 2020.

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