Skills for Enterprise Level 2

The Skills for Enterprise course is aimed at 16 – 18 year olds who are not in training or employment and wish to gain a range of level 2 qualifications. The course programme is designed to provide students with the knowledge of enterprising skills and how they can be developed to plan for their own business or social enterprising venture. Students will plan and carry out an enterprise project which will enable them to develop a range of skills and attitudes essential for successful performance in everyday working life.

The course programme includes decision making, planning through project work, managing risk and evaluating and working as a team in order to develop and expand upon ideas.

Course Content

Skills for Enterprise Units covered are:

  • Understand and Explore Enterprise Skills
  • Plan and Carry out an Enterprising Project
  • Evaluation of an Enterprise Project and Self Development
  • Functional Maths
  • Functional English
Entry Requirements

4 GCSEs (9-3) or satisfactory completion of a Level 1 qualification, or consideration via an assessment at interview.

Career Opportunities

Upon completion you may progress directly into employment or start your own business venture or operation. Successful students may continue to full-time courses or Apprenticeships.

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Skills for Enterprise Level 2
Course Outline: The Skills for Enterprise course is aimed at 16 - 18 year olds who are not in training or employment and wish to gain a range of level 2 qualifications
LevelLevel 2
LocationColchester
DurationOne Year
Study ModeFull-Time
CampusColchester Institute
Start DateSeptember 2021 - Applications open on 1st October 2020
Fee(s)16-18 year olds: Free

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