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Promoting enterprise in vocational courses for 16-19-year-old students in colleges

21 Nov 2012 Ofsted

Ref: 120020

The promotion of an enterprise culture as a means of stimulating economic growth and improving economic prosperity is a key focus of government and industry. The further education sector has a major role in helping foster an enterprise culture. This good practice report presents the key factors in the successful promotion of enterprise-related skills and entrepreneurial capability in 15 high-performing colleges. It explores the strengths of curriculum provision and leadership and management that result in the successful development of students’ enterprise-related skills and entrepreneurial capability.

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