Additional information: Teachers and other stakeholders can benefit from the results of ESP as it serves as a tool to assess impact and effectiveness of this kind of education across multiple countries and, in the long run, it can help encourage more young people to choose entrepreneurship education opportunities at school. To better understand the benefits of ESP for each target group have a look HERE.
In addition to the learning experience, the ESP gives young people the evidence they need to demonstrate the real training and experience they’ve gained that is relevant to the workplace. Something that they can show to potential employers or put on their e-profile.
ESP holders have the possibility to access further opportunities offered by small and large businesses, top higher education institutions and international organisations across Europe who recognise the ESP as a competitive advantage for young people pursuing further education, entering the world of work or starting a venture on their own.
For further information see the Case Study drafted by the Joint Research Center in the report 'Entrepreneurship Competence: An Overview of Existing Concepts, Policies and Initiatives' available HERE.