Last week, during the first Scotland's Enterprising Schools Conference, Carol Langston from CREATE unveiled the Enterprising Practitioner programme – a three-module professional learning programme giving a brief introduction to the broad area of enterprise education.
This resource is FREE to all members of Scotland's Enterprising Schools (sign up here) and all three modules, along with accompanying workbook, can be accessed right now, HERE.
Entrepreneurship and enterprise are viewed as a major driver for economic growth, job-creation and social development for Scotland. Scotland CAN DO is helping to support our education sector to play a vital role in helping to prepare our young people for the increasingly entrepreneurial and dynamic world of work.
Enterprising attitudes and skills such as: generating ideas, creative problem solving, being proactive and tenacious and taking responsibility, help to support our young people to cope with, enjoy and succeed in our increasingly dynamic environment. Significant academic and policy debate and discussion surrounds the meaning of enterprise in education and of the most effective educational methods and techniques to develop the enterprising attitudes and skills of our young people.
This three module programme aims to give you a brief introduction into this broad area.