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  1. what is an enterprising college? David Howe

  2. the sector General FE Colleges(310) 14-16 BTEC Award & First; Spec. Diplomas 16-19 BTEC First & Nat. Dips.;A levels; Apprenticeships; NVQs; Entry level quals. Adults/Employees NVQs; apprenticeships; prof quals; HE (FDs); Train to Gain Sixth Form Colleges(95) 14-16 BTEC Award & First; Spec. Diplomas 16-19 BTEC First & Nat.Dips.; A levels; Entry level quals. Specialist Colleges(86) Independents/Maintained All ages mixture of FE/HE Land based Art and Design Special Needs Training Providers(2k+?) Voluntary/not-for profit/commercial All ages apprenticeships; Train to Gain; short prof. quals.; NVQs Adult Education Colleges (16) adults prof. short courses community education lots of office & IT quals.

  3. some facts and figures • £7.2 billion • FE trains 3 million people every year • 737,000 are 16-19 - that’s 60% • 135,000 are over 60 • 82,000 are 14-16 • 39% of all HE entrants • 269 colleges deliver HE • A level grades are higher than in schools • Higher % of colleges get good inspection grades

  4. Facts and figures • 12% of young people start their own business • A further 30% want to but lack the skills or confidence • 25% of UK businesses are sole proprietor – over 3m • In many sectors self-employment is the norm • In many professions, people are self employed or run a small business • 84% of new jobs are created by small businesses or new enterprises • Over 50% of UK GDP is generated by small businesses

  5. Segmentation research Highenterprisingbehaviour 10% 7% 18% UNCERTAIN ENTHUSIASTS SELF STARTERS CAUTIOUS AVOIDERS 13% CREATIVE TEAM PLAYERS 18% Low enterprising belief High enterprising belief INDEPENDENCE SEEKERS 16% 18% STRUCTURED PLANNERS RISK AVOIDERS Low enterprising behaviour

  6. Entrepreneurship development model attitudes, intent and behaviour increased entrepreneurial behaviour more business start-ups jobcreation businessgrowth skills and experiences economic growth socialimpact supporting infrastructure increase innovation poverty reduction

  7. ‘Enterprise capability is the ability to handle uncertainty and respond positively to change, to create and implement new ideas and new ways of doing things, and to take reasonable risk/reward assessments and act on them in one’s own personal and working life. It can also be described as innovation, creativity, risk management, having a can-do approach and the drive to make things happen.’ Enterprise capability UK definition for schools

  8. Enterprise education • ‘Enterprise education develops capability, innovation, creativity, risk-taking, and a can-do attitude and the drive to make ideas happen, together with financial capability and economic and business understanding’

  9. Entrepreneur • somebody who assumes the risk and responsibility for a business somebody who starts an enterprise

  10. Entrepreneurship education… • …needs to include • enterprise capability • ‘in–practice’ activities and opportunities • business start-up skills • ‘ambassadorial’ role-models & experience of an SME • supportive infrastructure

  11. A college framework Strategy, planning, resource development Learners actively experience enterprise ‘Enterprise in practice’ Embedding into curriculum delivery Enterprising culture

  12. Enterprise and Entrepreneur elements for FE • Stimulating entrepreneurial activities • Curriculum embedding or Additionality • Advice & Guidance and Careers Education • Incubation and supporting the local self-employed & SMEs • Strategic planning and Quality • College itself being enterprising/entrepreneurial • ‘Locating’ the college in the local economy

  13. A college framework strategic planning quality improvement staff development stimulating activities entrepreneur links and mentoring delivery of curriculum elements through enterprises advice, guidanceand careers start-up incubation contribution to local economic generation college as an entrepreneurial institution

  14. activities and opportunity Experience ‘in-practice’ Using external organisations and bodies and entrepreneurs a culture of enterprise Organisational entrepreneurial culture College as a business Strategic partnerships FE Enterprise Criteria • strategy and leadership • Strategic direction • Roles and responsibilities • Quality and improvement • Professional development and training • curriculum and support development • Curriculum Development • Advice and guidance • Incubation and business services

  15. what is an enterprising college? David Howe