Topic outline

  • Discover and Explore

    In this part participants will explore and learn that information is all around. The trick is to acquire relevant and

    meaningful information and develop this into knowledge and skills. This part applies to discover personal qualities, potential,

    interests and wishes and keeping an open mind to learning and giving personal room for flexibility. It also focuses on recognising

    different types of problems and needs that can be solved creatively, and on developing individual skills and attitudes.

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      Things that may change your life in a year. The content of 52 weekly themes. Description of learning themes and outcomes.

      Ability to influence the course of events. Possibilities offered to end-user.

      What can you learn?

      •  What may change your life in a year; 
      • What is the content of 52 weekly themes;
      •  How can you influence the course of events. 

      Competencies covered:

      • Motivation & perseverance; 
      • Self-awareness & self-efficacy; 
      • Vision; 
      • Spotting opportunities. 

      • Crossing the comfort zone

        Crossing the comfort zone as an element of self-development. Entering the learning zone and leaving comfort zone behind. 

        What can you learn?  

        • What is your comfort zone; 
        • How to consume content that's way outside your comfort zone;
        •  What feelings are related to the comfort zone; 
        • Why should one go out of comfort zone; 
        • How to start getting out of your comfort zone.   

        Competencies covered: 

        • Spotting opportunities; 
        • Vision; 
        • Motivation & perseverance; 
        • Taking the initiative. 

        • Learn to learn

          Lifelong learning. Adaptation to change through lifelong learning. Identification of areas to continue in lifelong learning. Seeking for advice, information and support.

          What can you learn?

          • Why it is important to be in a lifelong learning process;
          • How to identify when, where and how to continue lifelong learning;
          • How to seek advice, information and support when appropriate.

          Competencies covered:

          • Motivation & perseverance;
          • Learning through experience.

          • The art of asking questions and listening

            Importance of being a good listener. Active and empathetic listening skills. Role of questions in statements. Powerful, divergent, convergent, dose-ended or open-ended questions.

            What can you learn?

            • How do you prepare a good question to ask;
            • What are the powerful questions;
            • How to use divergent or open-ended questions;
            • How to avoid convergent or dose-ended questions;
            • What does it exactly mean that someone can listen;
            • Is there a difference between hearing and listening;
            • What exactly does active listening mean.

            Competencies covered:

            • Valuing ideas;
            • Self-awareness & self-efficacy;
            • Motivation & perseverance;
            • Mobilising others;
            • Learning through experience.

            • Can I be expert in all areas?

              Can I be expert in all areas? Is it mandatory to be expert in all areas? Where can I receive counselling or assessment? Acceptance of different views. The ability to identify and establish the knowledge of which we are experts, allows us to have a better idea of our needs and challenges that must be faced.

              What can you learn?

              • How to train the ability to identify different aspects of expertise;
              • How to recognize needs and challenges that must be faced;
              • Where to receive counselling or assessment;
              • How can you learn from work with others;
              • What can you learn from mistakes.

              Competencies covered:

              • Learning through experience;
              • Working with others;
              • Valuing ideas;
              • Spotting opportunities.

              • Memory training

                Multiple ways to learn. Your learning style analysis. Using your senses for memory training. Fast learning techniques and memorization techniques.

                What can you learn?

                • How to learn faster?
                • How to learn effectively?
                • How to teach the brain to learn?

                Competencies covered:

                • Learning through experience;
                • Motivation & perseverance;
                • Self-awareness & self-efficacy;
                • Creativity;
                • Spotting opportunities.

                • Online learning and safe internet

                  All about online learning. Advantages and disadvantages of online education. Safe ways to browse online without losing your data or end up coming across with the wrong software or age inappropriate content.

                  What can you learn?

                  • How to learn on the Internet;
                  • How to find valuable content and lessons;
                  • Who is e-education dedicated to;
                  • How to browse in a safe way.

                  Competencies covered:

                  • Learning through experience;
                  • Ethical & sustainable thinking.

                  • Keep your eyes open

                    Recognizing opportunities. Creation of the plan to take advantage of the identified opportunities.

                    What can you learn?

                    • This topic focuses on spotting opportunities and provides information on how to obtain Opportunity Recognition skill;
                    • How to get a clear vision to identify the opportunities that exist;
                    • How to recognize the potential of an idea;
                    • How to be motivated by searching for new opportunities.

                    Competencies covered:

                    • Spotting opportunities;
                    • Creativity;
                    • Vision;
                    • Valuing ideas;
                    • Motivation & perseverance;
                    • Taking the initiative.

                    • What kind of business is right for me?

                      What kind of business is right for me? Comparison of legal forms of business. The importance of thinking and planning future legal forms of business.

                      What can you learn?

                      • Description of all legal forms of business in the current country;
                      • What is important when choosing a legal form of business?
                      • How to plan future legal forms of business?

                      Competencies covered:

                      • Vision.

                      • Think out of the box

                        Benefits of creativity. Emotional Intelligence on the workplace. Case study as a good example of creativity and entrepreneurship.

                        What can you learn?

                        • How to boost your creativity;
                        • How to use creativity to identify new opportunities;
                        • How to develop a vision on how to use emotional intelligence in the workplace;
                        • How to examine your readiness to be creative;
                        • How to initiate the process by using entrepreneurial creativity.

                        Competencies covered:

                        • Taking the initiative;
                        • Motivation & perseverance;
                        • Vision;
                        • Creativity;
                        • Spotting opportunities.