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ELFE - E-Learning for Female Entrepreneurs (ELFE)
Date du début: 31 déc. 2003, Date de fin: 29 sept. 2007 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The objectives of the ELFE project are to use the internet to provide training opportunities for women, who because of work and family commitments, find it hard to return to college to learn the skills needed to set up in business. The project, which brings together nine partners from the United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Belgium and Germany, builds on the success of the German KEIM initiative in developing an online course for women entrepreneurs. ELFE, which is being led by Germany’s Karlsruhe University of Applied Science, will both tailor the on-line course for the local needs of project partners and harmonise it for trans-national use with the development of new modules concerning European and international topics such as internationalisation of start-ups, growth and innovation. The project’s website will carry five country specific on-line courses, each containing nine modules on entrepreneurship in English, French and German. Besides developing the on-line course, the 4.242m euro project will also carry out a comparative study of schooling for entrepreneurs in different parts of Germany, Ireland and Belgium and evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning in educating would be entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurship centres and universities participating in the project will also offer a blended learning concept – a combination of self study with the online-course and workshops to support female entrepreneurs. Achievements: The overall LEDP impression is that the ELFE web-site has significant value as a back-up information resource to more interactive enterprise supports, namely, training courses, and/or mentoring. The Longford EQUAL Development Partnership continues to promote the site as part of its integrated package of supports



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