We offer support to anyone responsible for facilitating entrepreneurship and enterprise skills in an educational context, by providing workable definitions, practical models and processes for application across all industries, subjects and age groups.
This website is designed to support the educator to increase their competence in the application of theory and the practice of entrepreneurship and enterprise skills.
Our focus is on providing robust and proven concepts to support the practical application of entrepreneurship activities for learners and educators and entrepreneurs. Material provided offers a foundation from which to develop your own materials and activities. The resources section includes links to theory, suggestions for deeper study and some ready to use activities.
The following definitions guide our selection of material and resources:
Sustainable: capable of being maintained at a steady level without exhausting natural resources or causing severe ecological damage (in this case applied to the health and well-being of the educator or the educational institution) Collins English Dictionary 3rd edition 1991
Enterprise: readiness to embark on new ventures, boldness and energy Collins English Dictionary 3rd edition 1991
Entrepreneurship: the creation of value through the pursuit of opportunity accessing resources beyond those currently controlled based on the work of Howard Stevenson and used by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde from 2001
Education: the act or process of acquiring knowledge esp. systematically during childhood and adolescence.