Course Type / Attendance

Part Time

Subject Area

Business and Management

Start Date

19th - 21st July







Award to be received

NCFE Entry Level Award in Developing Enterprise Skills (Entry 3)

Awarding Body


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Who is this course for?

This qualification is suitable for learners aged 19 and above.

The qualification is designed for those learners who want or need a basic introduction to enterprise and is suitable for all ages.

What do you need to apply for the course?

This course is open to all applicants 19 and over – there are no formal entry requirements.

What are the key things you'll learn?

This qualification provides learners with an introduction into the main principles of enterprise. Learners will research local enterprising people or entrepreneurs, and identify their own enterprise skills and areas for growth. They’ll then apply these skills through taking part in a brief enterprise activity.

The objective of this knowledge-based qualification is to help learners develop an awareness of their own enterprise skills, as well as those of others, in order to progress to higher level learning and eventual employment. Learners may not be aware of the skills they already possess – this qualification will allow them to become aware of these skills in order to be enterprising within education, life and work.

How you will learn

Learning will all be classroom based – using a variety of delivery methods including group discussion, case studies, interactive tasks and personal research.

Where could this course take you?

Learners who complete this qualification could use the skills and knowledge gained within employment, however at entry level it’s expected that the main progression route would be into further learning.

Learners undertaking this qualification could progress into further and higher education, including  qualifications in the following areas:

  • Management
  • Business Administration
  • Business Studies
  • Customer Service

What costs will you incur?

There are no additional costs involved apart for personal provision of pens and paper when attending the classes.