SEFED in Maroc

The collaboration is based on the projects promoted by the International Department of La Caixa Foundation in Africa. The project we started up in Maroc aimed at training young people unemployed and promoting their entrepreneur skills.

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International Practice Entreprises Trade Shows

Europen-Pen International members organize real trade shows in which practice entreprises exhibit in live their products and market them. At these trade shows, students negotiate in live purchases and sales with customers.

 

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International projects

Fundació Inform participates and coordinates several transnational educational projects and transfers the SEFED methodology to other countries and for other target groups, such as projects in Argentina, Colombia, Italy, Maroc, Palestine, Portugal and Chile. For further information about the SEFED methodology, please click here.

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Europen-Pen International Network

Fundació Inform is a founding member since 1994 of the International Practice Entreprise Network Europen-Pen Internationalthe global network for practice entreprises.

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Youth unemployment

Fundació Inform and Fundació El Llindar have signed a collaboration agreement to open a Practice Entreprise SEFED to train young NEET with the aim to place them into the labour market or return to education. The training delivered will follow the VET diploma level 1 Business Administration tasks using the practice entreprise simulation methodology SEFED and the practice entreprise as the tool for this methodology.

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Employment Commitment

Fundació Inform has undertaken several projects related to the framework programme Compromís de Contractació 2016-2017 and now in 2019 (Employment Commitment) launched by Servei d'Ocupació (Employment Bureau) of Catalonia. At the moment, 388 unemployed people are being delivered Practice Entreprise training methodology in Catalonia.

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Erasmus+ mobility projects

Fundació Inform has been involved since its foundation in European projects such as Socrates, Comenius, Leonardo da Vinci, etc...and now within the new framework of projects approved by the European Union last January 2014, Erasmus+ 2014-2020. Erasmus+ is the EU

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Entrepreneurship

Project SEFED Emprèn

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SEFED Project

The SEFED Project uses the setting up of a simulated company in a classroom as the pedagogical tool to train students in business in a practical way (learning by doing), by getting them to run their own company, performing actual business tasks like buying and selling their virtual products all around the world, and getting to know the ins and outs of running

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