Enterprise Short Course enters Europe

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ASDAN is providing the curriculum for an exciting new EU programme: the ENTER Project. Partners from Austria, Greece, Spain, Portugal and the UK will be using theEnterprise Short Course to encourage young unemployed EU students to develop their entrepreneurship and enterprise skills and discover employment opportunities. A pilot scheme is about to begin, in which the course will be translated into four new languages so that students can benefit most in their own home country. This is an exciting development for ASDAN and it is inspiring to see the enthusiasm of our European partners for ASDAN's learning philosophy and activity-based learning.Please see the ENTER website for further details.