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European Manager in Social Economy+
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The EMISE + project constitutes the next step of EMISE results ( LEONARDO TOI 2011-2013). AROBASE and partners : - Implemented innovative teaching tools transferred by AROBASE, - Co-developed a competency framework for managers of social economy enterprise (as RNCP Level 1), - Experienced the conditions for joint training in France (AROBASE Center), on a pilot group of 15 trainees, - Produced and disseminated knowledge on social entrepreneurship , growth lever - Launched a thought on a deployment strategy of social entrepreneurship ( ). The EMISE 2011-2013 action showed that the various partners needed to elaborate a common framework of social manager skills, as a prerequisite to the implementation of effective instructional design. However, cultural and socio-economic characteristics of the different community territories and of the different target groups (unemployed, young people, immigrants ...) leads to a redefine this framework in order to suit everyone's training facilities. The aim is to experiment on a larger scale the formation conditions of social managers (beyond the pilot group of 2011-2013) expanding it to 4 additional groups in Italy, Spain, Hungary and France (Burgundy). EMISE + expands the transposition of the training to other target groups, including the unemployed, women in the region of Catalonia, the young students of the University of Pecz, and Frech young people under specific subsidized contract. All the partners will have to confront and pool their teaching methods, to integrate formal and informal learning practices, ultimately to review, modify and harmonize training courses. The second objective is to create a European community of managers, social enterprises and university researchers involved in the project ; the original process of creating and animating this community will be based on mutual exchanges practices and experiences, relying on the concept of collective skills on the analysis of conditions which favour their emergence and transfert. From the building up collective skills, innovation is stimulated and the effectiveness of organizations is multiplied. Strengthen and organize transnational cooperation between social managers is a source of improved innovation and creativity, which can lead to the establishment of a network label, inspired by the "social franchising network". Finally, in order to enable increased visibility concerning the contribution of social enterprises to economic growth and social cohesion, the third objective of the project is to identify and to develop a set of criteria and indicators to evaluate the social impact of these enterprises, based on a collaborative approach using different methodologies (Social Return on Investment SROI and other approaches). By crossing at European level practices of social enterprises and the expectations of their specific stakeholders, common assessment methods are possible, preserving the characteristics of each. This is essential to enable social enterprises to access to European investment dedicated to them. Local authorities and all stakeholders will benefit from a better visibility of the contribution of social enterprises to regional development, necessary for the development of Community policies. For public authorities, the valorization of the impact of social enterprises could fall within the logic of "Socially Responsible Territory" (TSR).



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