The professional development opportunity for Scottish practitioners is a collaboration between SES and the University of the Highlands and Islands
We’re thrilled to be working in collaboration with CREATE, UHI’s Centre for Enterprise and Innovation, to present such an exciting professional-learning opportunity for practitioners. ‘The Enterprising Educator’ which is a newly-accredited Masters-level module will complement our Enterprising Practitioner’s Programme, launched in 2016 and developed by CREATE.
Building on the success of this resource, the new accredited module, developed by CREATE, will be delivered over 15-weeks through a combination of online study and face-to-face tutorials: allowing teachers to develop a critical understanding of effective enterprise in education.
This exciting CPD opportunity for practitioners is fully funded, meaning it is free of charge to participants.
The module will look at enterprise, creativity, employability, entrepreneurship and innovation, and how this supports the Scottish Government’s work to support the development of an enterprising population and new-business growth.
Find full details of the course below; including important dates, what the programme will feature and application information.Enterprising Educator Information Pack
“Within education, we need to start as early as possible to foster and support an attitude shift – to make sure young people develop the skills to succeed and also to encourage the idea of being your own boss as a valid option when considering future careers.
“This module will develop teachers as enterprising educators and provide a stepping stone into Masters-level study. We are delighted to be able to support SES in delivering professional learning at this level. It also feeds into the Scottish Government’s ambitions “to promote a ‘can do’ culture of entrepreneurship and innovation” – Dr. Carol Langston
Our very own Head of Programme Lorraine Ross, commented on the value this course offers enterprising practitioners:
“Educational research indicates that the contribution enterprise in education makes to the development of children and young people can enhance their life chances and choices. It helps to identify and nurture their natural ability to be enterprising and helps prepare them for a rapidly changing world of work.
There is a need to increase teachers’ awareness, confidence and engagement in these areas and to build on the best emerging teaching and learning practices.”
We are delighted to be working in partnership with CREATE and the University of the Highlands and Islands to offer this important new programme for Scotland’s teaching practitioners.
Spaces on the course are limited, so make sure you get your application to become an Enterprising Educator in to email@example.com before noon on the 28th of March.
To get involved with this amazing opportunity to become an Enterprising Educator or for more information, please contact Helen Aird, Marketing and PR Officer, Inverness College UHI at Helen.Aird.firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01463 273315/07584616252.