Through the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan and the Rethinking Education Communication, the European Commission has emphasised the need to embed entrepreneurial learning in all sectors of education including non-formal learning. The project aims to provide high quality opportunities for skills and competences development under an entrepreneurship education programme which will make use of alternative pedagogical methods established in a digital area. More specifically, the T-Challenge project aims at using and creating Web Quests for engaging learners in obtaining a deeper knowledge of the subjects they are studying. Target groups of learners will benefit from receiving innovative and quality training, preparing them with an entrepreneurial mind-set to do better at the Labour Market and giving them recognised outcomes and competences.