Pupil to Entrepreneur: Developing Meaningful Enterprise Programmes(SM160316)

Provider: Hodder Education
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Description Entrepreneurial skills development is a cornerstone of the new statutory guidance on schools and a key component of effective programmes of study in FE. Yet many centres do not have staff who experience of running their own businesses. Often this skill set is developed through the introduction of quick fix taster days or short term events focused on jumble or cake sales. This session will look at longer term more cost effective opportunities of developing these skills in all learners.
Duration 2 Hours

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Categories Higher, Leadership and Management, Management, Teaching staff, Online
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students 1. Develop definitions of ‘enterprise’ skills
2. Develop an understanding of suitable strategies for developing enterprise skills
3. Understand how to use current centre activities to enhance and develop enterprise thinking
4. Consider how project based learning can enhance learning and develop enterprise opportunities
5. Understand the implications of the statutory careers guidance
6. Gain an understanding of effective enterprise and entrepreneurship programmes
7. Understand how to develop effective schemes of work and assessment instruments
8. Share and develop good practice
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