With support of British Council, “Creative Spark” Project is jointly implemented by Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication and Newcastle University of England. The main objective of the project is to build up and develop innovative entrepreneurship and enterprise management thinking among young people.
Three-day training on "Entrepreneurship Education and Innovative Training Methods", organized by Andrea Lane, instructor of Newcastle University Business School, ended on February 13, 2019. The training has been attended by the lecturers of Azerbaijan State University of Economics, Baku Engineering University and Azerbaijan State Agricultural University.
Elvin Alirzayev, Rufat Mammadov, Rasim Abutalibov, Arif Najimov and Khatira Yusifova, the lecturers of Baku Engineering University that were selected by competition, participated in the so-called training. During the training, participants were trained in innovative training techniques and tools during education by presenting Newcastle University Business School and its international experience in this field.
As a second phase of training, 6 lecturers will visit Newcastle University Business School in May. Moreover, in February, awareness raising events on the importance of entrepreneurship and online English language courses offered by the British Council will begin at partner and other universities within the framework of the project.
Vusal Gasimli, Executive Director of Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication noted that the training would be useful for lecturers and students of higher education institutions.
At the end, certificates were presented to the participants.