The training course aims to encourage youth workers to develop the attitudes and skills that are needed to run a cooperative. Leading founders of social co-operatives are social entrepreneurs that act as key change makers by collectively pursuing a social aim.
YOUth COOPs: Promoting Social and Cooperative Entrepreneurship for young people
YOUth COOPs is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of European Union.
The project pursues the implementation of innovative practices in order to create a favourable environment for young people to engage in social cooperative entrepreneurship in their local communities, through the aim of bringing closer the youth organizations to the world of cooperatives, thus enabling young people to fully take advantage of the cooperative enterprise model.
This open learning portal for trainers and young learners let you find resources about social entrepreneurship, transversal skills and non-formal education.
The training course is focused on exploring the social cooperative and its main features. The programme will present the participants all the steps to set up a cooperative, from responding to a social need to implementing the cooperative services.
The training is focused on providing participants with skills to identify and analyse social needs in their community and meet those needs with social innovation strategies.
The training course will allow participants to present their business ideas to each other for peer review to test and create the final version of the Business Model Canvas on Social Cooperatives.