BTEC Business Enterprise
BTEC Business Enterprise – Level 2 Tech Award
Why study Enterprise?
Enterprise is all about how to work as an entrepreneur and begin a new, successful business idea from nothing.
Students examine a range of real life enterprises as well as planning and implementing their own entrepreneurial ideas.
This is an excellent course for any students that are not only looking to have their own enterprise in the future but would also like to acquire some valuable, transferable life skills.
What will I study?
Component 1 Exploring enterprises, looking at the skills and characteristics needed to start a business.
Component 2 Planning and running an enterprise, students pitch and plan their own business idea.
Component 3 Promotion and finance for entrepreneurs, students explore promotion and advertising for their chosen business idea and use financial documents to help them succeed
How will I be assessed?
Students achieve GCSE grade pass, merit or distinction.
Component 1 is coursework worth 30% of overall grade.
Component 2 is coursework worth 30% of overall grade.
Component 3 is an exam worth 40% of overall grade
What skills will I need?
The course is designed to encourage an investigative approach to some real world questions. Skills used include: data analysis and interpretation, group work, individual research, planning and report writing. Students will make extensive use of IT and Google online facilities. Enthusiasm about the world of business and real world entrepreneurs is key to success.
What happens in lessons?
All of our lessons are varied and students play an active role in driving their direction. Over the course lessons will include:
• Working as a group to examine a business scenario
• Role play considering different perspectives of stakeholder groups
• Independent research activities
• Developing your own enterprising business ideas
• Taking part in business visits and talks from real business people