The Entrepreneurial Mindset (EM) Training is a concept for empowering (young) unemployed people in form of a vademecum. It is aimed at trainers for direct use, contains material for the unemployed young people, but can also be directed at stakeholders and any other interested party for showing the approach in detail. The target groups addressed in the different learning and exercise modules are clearly labelled.
The Vademecum explains the ArtE approach, a combination of theatre and EM training, and defines EM training before giving concrete examples of how the approach can be implemented in pilot projects, what impact it can have and how to measure this impact. The heart, however, are the tools for innovative thinking and business development and a practical manual for the participants in the appendix. With the help of the vademecum, young unemployed people can be empowered to “impersonate” the new entrepreneurial role, develop self-confidence, leadership, drive and motivation.
For the use of Social Art in training the entrepreneurial spirit, we identified 5 key concepts to underpin our definition of Social Art:
Those concepts are all crucial aspects of the ArtE-approach to enable the transformation process in the participants. The 5, English subtitled videos highlight those concepts from the view of one partner each, most of them with showing the approach in practice in a pilot project with the young participants.