All of the Enterpriser products help develop life/work skills to help prepare learners for the future, build enterprise and employability skills.
The Enterpriser product range is aimed at ages 13 and above and provides a unique way to help address Entrepreneurship, Personal Development, Employability skills and Career Preparation. It is a ready made solution that provides the support and materials for teaching whilst enabling students the autonomy to make decisions and complete tasks with the minimum of teacher intervention.
The Enterpriser products use software with features to keep learners engaged until completion and includes:
Animations, characters, sound effects, and learners win virtual money for tasks. Easy to follow lesson plans and follow up activities/discussion points make these resources very easy to deliver and fun for the learner.
Through the interactive software with animations, characters, sound effects learners go on a self development journey where they learn the secrets of how successful and enterprising people think and win virtual money for tasks. Follow on discussions help learners discover a new way of thinking/behaving, their strengths, goals and skills.
A fun but challenging entrepreneurial ‘online’ journey involving financial calculations and making decisions and in 4 different businesses. In addition to the animation software the classroom based activities also provide a holistic approach that helps learners have a deep understanding of business, finance and enterprise. Task decisions involve products, services, pricing, costs, sales, marketing, finance, buying shares, assessing risks and managing and motivating employees.
Using the ready made CV Wordbook and CV templates and full guidance of the A CV pack learners ‘cut and paste’ to easily create a professional CV and personal statement. The Career Action Plan and other activities help learners think about the next step, these include, job search, applications, interview tips and
“The second year of running ‘The Enterpriser’, the tutors find it easy to deliver, the students love the independent decision making and the enterprise activities”.
Jeff Gale, Sir John Hunt, Plymouth