Scotland's Enterprising Schools
Business and Enterprise, Interdisciplinary or Other
ELC, Primary and Secondary Teachers (CLPL)
Available 3rd Oct - Jun 2023
Available on a Tuesday Wednesday or Thursday from 4pm onwards
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For those with experience of enterprise education who are looking to work with others. These 5 simple steps can help you broaden your network, resulting in more mutually beneficial partnerships. Leave with some practical actions and connections to make collaboration easier.
Entrepreneurship and enterprise are widely thought to be a major driver for economic growth, job creation and wider community development – three things that are essential for Scotland to flourish as a nation.
Young people need to be prepared for a world that is changing rapidly. Many of the jobs they will do when they leave school do not yet exist and they will probably have several jobs during their lifetime. They need to have the skills and attitudes to cope with an unpredictable future, to be able to deal with setbacks and disappointments in a positive way, and to continue to learn for the rest of their lives. This is where Enterprise in Education can play a part.
SES definition of Enterprise in Education: "Combining creative ideas and innovative practice across the curriculum to equip young people with a range of skills they can apply to their learning, life and work."
Before attending, we ask that you familiarise yourself with Sections 1 & 2 of Enterprise 101: A Teacher’s Guide (approx. 20 mins), available for free download here https://bit.ly/3Nwzj2P.
This course has been designed for those who have some experience of enterprise education in practice or who have previously attended one of our 'Embedding Enterprise' sessions.
Enterprise, Entrepreneurship, Skills, Project-based Learning, Interdisciplinary Learning, IDL, Social Media, Partnerships, Collaboration
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