EntreComp at Work

Submitted by Lee Gibson on 15 September 2020

The European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp) is a free, flexible reference framework developed by the European Commission that can be adapted to support the development and understanding of entrepreneurial competence in any setting.

EntreComp has the potential to be used in a variety of ways including:

  • supporting policy and practice to develop digital skills
  • assessing digital skills
  • supporting training of educators, trainers and teachers to deliver digital skills
  • to design programmes and learning opportunities
  • to recognise and certify skills

EntreComp can be used across sectors and be a key support for collaboration and development work by educators, trainers, employers, professional bodies and policy-makers.

EntreComp at Work focuses on how EntreComp is being used for the provision of services supporting individuals to progress towards and participate in labour market activities or entrepreneurial ventures.

It presents 10 case studies, this publication provides insights into actual uses of EntreComp to address the entrepreneurial skills challenge that Labour Market Intermediary organisations (LMI) face in support individuals in a journey towards sustainable employment.

Download and read the full publication here.