Enterprise education teaches students to generate and demonstrate how ideas are developed into innovative products and services which can deliver value.
Why teach Enterprise?
A BTEC in Enterprise allows students to be exposed to and learn from challenges in simulated yet real-world examples. They can meet entrepreneurs, and take on practical activities that test presentation skills, teamwork, and commercial awareness.
Everybody can be enterprising, even if we don’t all become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are people whose actions reflect an initiative involving risk.
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In partnership with the Peter Jones Foundation
We’re delighted that the Peter Jones Foundation has agreed to work in partnership with Pearson to encourage learners across the UK to explore their entrepreneurial spirit and develop their skills to become young entrepreneurs.
Test your learners’ skills with Tycoon
Tycoon is a unique national enterprise competition for students aged 6 to 18. Every participating team writes a business plan, is lent money, starts a business and competes with other student companies through a sophisticated kickstarter style platform, in a safe and controlled environment.
Investigate becoming a Peter Jones Foundation Academy
The Peter Jones Enterprise Academy (PJEA) is a flagship programme for schools and colleges. Running a PJEA involves offering the PJF's extended programmes of Level 3 BTEC or A Level study for your students, and includes the most comprehensive package of resources and support that we have ever put together, all at the lowest price we have ever offered.
Talk to our team about teaching BTEC Enterprise
If you'd like to find out more about delivering BTEC enterprise, let us know and a member of our team will get in touch.