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Enterprise and Entrepreneurship BTEC Level 3 Diploma
If you’re ambitious and want to run your own business, then the Enterprise and Entrepreneurship course is for you!
This exciting course has been developed in partnership with the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy and in consultation with entrepreneurs, business people, experienced teachers and learners. It is equivalent to 2 A levels.
Wearing smart business clothes, you will spend 5 days a week in College participating in classroom lectures, workshops and hands-on enterprise activities. You will interact with both national and local entrepreneurs, working on a range of business challenges, both within teams and as an individual.
How you learn
Learning activities include lectures, team activities, visits to local businesses. You will take part in entrepreneur competitions, visits to SAID business school, research tasks, volunteering opportunities. There will be discussions, debates and work placements together with the setting up of an enterprise/business.
A strong emphasis is placed on working and learning with others and you are regularly set tasks to complete in partnership with other students. You also need to be able to work independently and take responsibility for your own learning.
What you learn on the course
- The Innovative Entrepreneur
- Business Planning
- Pitching your ideas
- Launching your business vision
- Brand Development and Promotion
- Teamwork and Leadership
- Market Research and Analysis
- E-marketing and Website Design
- Financial planning and implementation
- In addition you can study Functional Skills in English, Maths and IT
What you gain
Students will leave the course having gained skills in a number of areas such as; report writing, time management, self-confidence, decision making, IT skills, team work and listening skills, taking responsibility and managing your time, together with the obvious experiences and groundwork towards becoming an entrepreneur.
What you can progress to
On successful completion of the course you are well placed to start up your own company or work within an established business helping it to grow. Alternatively you can progress to a higher education course in Business, Management, Business Enterprise, Marketing or Finance.