Educate the Educators Training Programme Reflections on Enterprise Education


On July 8th  Ilia State University in collaboration with the UWE Bristol and the Aldridge Institute hosted Educate the Educators Training Programme, focused on supporting the academic staff to develop and design enterprising and innovative curricular by introducing them to pedagogies and educational tools that have been implemented in UK universities and across the globe.

The training programme included classroom-based workshops and activities, supported by independent reflection and preparatory work each evening. Activities were interactive in nature, with an emphasis on learning by doing and giving delegates the opportunity to develop their own practice.

The programme was delivered by Mhairi Threlfall- Senior Enterprise Consultant at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).

The project is funded by the British Council’s Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme. The five-year initiative aims to help develop the creative economy and enterprise skills to support sustainable development and social welfare.

The Program is being coordinated by ISU Development Office.

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