IEECOnline: A taste of the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference
September 9th – September 11th 10am to 1pm each day
Check out this short video to give you a taste of IEEC – this year it’s all online and we are aiming to give you a fantastic flavour of the full IEEC (next at Aston in 2021)
IEECOnline will support enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and practitioners to keep their delivery fit for the future in a changing world. This virtual interactive conference will provide a flavour of the full IEEC face-to-face conference through:
- Short expert inputs from internationally recognised keynotes
- Case studies and Pecha Kucha presentations sharing key learning and practice from EEUK Associates and Fellows
- Breakout sessions for facilitated discussion and networking
- Latest #EntEd Policy updates
Who should participate?
- HE and FE enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and practitioners working inside or outside the curriculum
- Incubator and enterprise centre managers, project managers, business support professionals and others who are supporting start up and growth
- Careers and employability professionals – particularly those interested in the contribution that enterprise makes to employability
- Senior leaders in HE and FE who influence policy and strategy related to enterprise and entrepreneurship education
- Policy makers who have influence over the provision of enterprise and entrepreneurship education
- Researcher developers – particularly those interested in developing enterprising attributes in early career researchers
- Knowledge transfer professionals – particularly those who support academics to develop the skills they need to maximise the impact of their research
- Paul Coyle, Director, Entrepreneurial Mindset Network on ‘Influencing change – the power of the entrepreneurial mindset.’
- Sally Brown, Emeritus Professor, Leeds Beckett University and Kay Sambell, Professor (HE Pedagogy), Edinburgh Napier University. Sally and Kay will present ‘Making assessment future fit: ensuring authentic assessment approaches in the light of Coronavirus changes to HE practice’
- Julienne Shields, CEO, United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) who will share how USASBE members have adapted delivery of start-up/incubation support in response to Covid-19
National Enterprise Educator Awards
The award ceremony for the National Enterprise Educator Awards will provide an exciting finale to IEECOnline. Voting is open for the NEEA People’s Choice – click here to view finalists’ videos and vote.
IEECOnline is free to attend for EEUK Associates and Fellows. £50 for all others.