One of the main activities developed in this project during the meetings and international work camps will be teacher training to draft teaching  strategies which encourage an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit in students.

This was a gradual process. At each meeting or international work camp we gained new experiences and good teaching practice from partners, we promoted debates and analysed the impact of the implementation of strategies agreed at previous meetings. The host partner organised conferences and workshops with qualified experts and celebrated entrepreneurs, who shared their experience and contributed to the proceedings.

The result of each of these training meetings was a set of teaching strategies to apply in classes and workshops, to promote innovation and entrepreneurial spirit in students.

Local work camps also was utilised to spread these strategies among the teaching community, to discuss them and to analyse impact and efficacy through application in lessons. These local events were a source of ideas and suggestions to achieve increasingly refined, realistic and effective strategies.

This set of teaching strategies that we agreed, tested and improved shape an educational model that could be applied horizontally in any subject, especially in vocational subjects. Accordingly the possibility to adapt curricula of each partner school, including the use of "open curricula", this entrepreneur spirit could be introduced as a subject more formally within the curriculum.

Our formal intellectual outcome is this book that collects a set strategies addressed during the project. These have a curricular format with definition of objectives, competences, evaluation criteria, and implementing guidelines. This publication also collect practical experiences from great innovators and famous entrepreneurs.