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The SEDETT project aims to develop a digitally enhanced blended learning set of S.E. development, education and training tools SEDETT

that can be used by:

Meeting, Conferences and Activities

social entrepreneurs to learn how to assess their capacity development needs (IO1)

educators and trainers in HE/FE and VET to deliver formal and informal courses of education and training (IO2)


The project partnership (8 Nr organisations) is led by Glyndwr University, Wales and is both cross sectoral and pan European in its complexion as it includes a further / vocational education college (Ireland), four independent training / youth advisory agency (Poland, Romania, Lithuania and Italy) and two community interest company/ S.E. training agencies (Wales and Spain). The establishment of the partnership will internationalise the operations of the partner organisations and further embed them in European networks.

The cross sector nature of the project partnership ensures the open access multi-media inter-active blended learning materials and e-tools will help to help to improve / internationalise high quality social enterprise programmes of higher education / further and vocational education / occupational adult training / careers advice and counselling for youth and unemployed across Europe which is relevant to national and European labour market needs.


The course will be “free and open source”,  in order to assure a wide spread of the project results to all kind of structures and organizations, such as schools, associations, municipalities, governmental institutions and EU citizens.

The “best practice course contents” will be integrated into our public website which will, in the next months, also host a video biographies’ section, where people will explain their specific methodologies or contrivance adopted to save resources. 


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This page reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.