First meeting - Bulgaria
The first transnational SET2CLIL project meeting was held in Tryavna, Bulgaria on December 9th–10th 2015. Main purpose of the meeting was discussion of issues related to the creation of the final intellectual products - Curriculum, еRepository for training materials, Social Entrepreneurship Trainer's Guide.
The partners met the mayor of Tryavna Mr. Doncho Zahariev to present the project objectives and seek local authorities support.
Second meeting - Romania
On June 23rd–24th 2016 in Targu Mures, Romania, Fundatia Professional hosted the second SET2CLIL Project transnational meeting.
The focus was the final vision on the first intellectual project output to be provided – SET2CLIL Curriculum in a structure and content enabling time-saving training course, but also one to ensure the acquisition of skills and competences valid at European level.
The partners participated in sessions with local teachers and bilingual teachers and young people, attracted by the social entrepreneurship.
Third meeting - Ireland
On November 24th-25th in Limerick, Ireland Mary Immaculate College (MIC) hosted the third SET2CLIL project transnational meeting.
The partners managed to have the final version of the SET2CLIL Curriculum containing 5 modules:
1. Social Entrepreneurship
2. Social Business Plan
3. Personal Development in Social Entrepreneurship
4. Support for Social Enterprises and Evaluating Success
5. My Potential as a Social Entrepreneur
Fourth meeting - Romania
On June 7th–8th 2017 in Bucharest, Romania, Fundatia Professional hosted the last SET2CLIL Project meeting.
The meeting provided for detailed discussions on the final versions of the 3 intellectual outputs: Curriculum, еRepository, Trainers’ Guide. Internal and external evaluation of outputs, dissemination, multiplication and exploitation of results were also among the major topics.
The partnership met a representative of the Erasmus+ National Agency in Romania and an expert from the non-governmental sector experienced in social entrepreneurship training projects who shared a variety of lessons learned and challenges met. The Romanian National Agency expert discussed with the project partners the innovation aspects of the SET2CLIL Project, as well as the opportunities for partner organizations to apply for European Language Label next year.