The Project

The ENTREpreneurial skills in the PUBLic sector: a digital approach (ENTREPUBL) project aims at the development of entrepreneurial thinking in the public sector in the European area. More specifically, the project seeks to develop a comprehensive training path to enable public servants to think differently about their role in the organization, handling problems and challenges as potential opportunities while seeing themselves as active contributors to the organisation they work, thus developing their ‘sense of initiative and entrepreneurship’ in their work.  Furthermore, focus is given on practices to implement digital solutions that can improve the operational efficiency of public institutions.  In order to achieve that, the project partners will engage VET trainers and VET providers, so as to design an educational package that meets the needs of public sector employees with regards to digital skills development focused on entrepreneurial learning to be offered by VET educators and in general trainers of public institutions.

The Partners

Academy of Entrepreneurship
Bantani Education
Primaria Galati
Crowd Policy
Institute of European Certification of Personnel
CO Gruppo
Wallonie Service Public SPW

Our Goals

ENTREPUBL assumes that being entrepreneurial is not a linear process, instead is a way of thinking, being and doing in everyday work-life and it is something that can be learned. By debunking myths that entrepreneurship education is only addressed to people who wish to start their own business, public employees will be empowered to alter their attitude towards entrepreneurial thinking and learn how to employ entrepreneurial actions to improve services offered to the citizens but also to advance their professional development.

The Associate Partners

Hfaistos - Educational Association of Athens

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