FFE

FFE – Educate to Innovate – Developing and Sustaining Female Food Entrepreneurs

The overall aim of the FFE project is to develop and sustain the growth of Female Food Entrepreneurs (FFEs) by equipping VET educators with an innovative pedagogy guide and resource tool that will provide them with the knowledge and materials to develop female-focused entrepreneurial training that will be influenced and delivered by food entrepreneurs.  In summary entrepreneurs helping to develop Entrepreneurs. A key aspect of this project is to encourage the growth of professional development of VET teachers and develop innovative teaching approaches. 

Europe’s food industry has seen a major resurgence in recent years and has been a hallmark of the economic recovery. The development and growth of new food businesses has been seen in both large scale corporations and artisan producers alike.  Females are currently grossly underrepresented in the Agri-Food industry (comprising ~30%). Often playing the primary role in the home leads to a lack of engagement with education causing females in this field to be perceived as low skilled.  Entrepreneurship development is an important requirement for achieving the goals for sustainable growth outlined in the Europe 2020 strategy 

The consortium is comprised of five partners; BETI (Lithuania), CIA Toscana (Italy), CPIP (Romania), The Polish Farm Association and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (Ireland). 

Further details you can find here: https://www.nurtureher.eu/

 

FFE

FFE – Educate to Innovate – Developing and Sustaining Female Food Entrepreneurs The overall aim of the FFE project is to develop and sustain the growth of Female Food Entrepreneurs (FFEs) by equipping VET educators with an innovative pedagogy guide and resource tool that will provide them with the knowledge and materials to develop female-focused entrepreneurial training that.

DateJanuary 29, 2020
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