The EntreComp is made up of three dimensions – corresponding to a finer level of granularity in describing what it is that makes entrepreneurship a transversal competence for all European citizens. These are:
- Competence areas: cluster constituent elements identified through the research process;
- Competence constituents: represent the distinctive elements that, together, make up the building blocks.
- Constituents descriptors: break down each competence constituent into its core aspects The conceptual framework includes a fourth dimension: hints. Hints are catchphrases that transpose the competence labels into exhortations for the learner. Their purpose is to translate the framework’s technical jargon into plain language.
EntreComp has 3 areas, 15 competences, 449 learning outcomes on 8 proficiency levels.
Developed by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre on behalf of DG EMPLOYMENT / informed by member states’ educators, academics, business groups and other specialists, it aims to unify educators at all levels, citizens and NGOs who support development of entrepreneurial mindsets / capabilities.
Ethical and sustainable thinking
Self awareness and self efficacy
Learning through experience
Financial and economic Literacy
Planning and management
Coping with uncertainty ambiguity and risk
Working with others
The EntreComp framework is out – you can find it here: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/bitstream/JRC101581/lfna27939enn.pdf