A Full-day Training on Enterprise Education | 创新行动力教育培训工坊
What are the qualities that lead to a successful and content life?
How can schools develop these skills in all of their students?
How can universities better prepare students for the future?
The British Chamber of Commerce and the China-Britain Business Council will work with Venture Education to present our members with a unique full-day training on enterprise education.
As the world changes, education is undergoing some of the most dramatic shifts since the current system was developed in the 19th century. At the forefront of academic and government education innovation in the UK and China is “enterprise education”. Enterprise education is a response to the challenges facing modern students in all levels of education and society that creates students whose positivity allows them to thrive in any situation at school, university and throughout their entire life.
The training will be conducted in English.
Who should attend?
The training is suitable for all educators from kindergarten to postgraduate, education managers, local, national and international policymakers, academics, education researchers or any other individuals or institutions interested in the current trends and future changes in global education.
How will participants benefit?
Participants will leave the event inspired; able to talk knowledgeably and passionately about a topic that will dominate education in the future. Participants will also learn how enterprise education can be practically applied in all classrooms, and how schools and universities can make themselves more enterprising.
Led by enterprise educators, the training will be filled with activities, games and challenges, so participants will not only become better informed but also experience an enterprising classroom.
All participants will also receive a certificate upon completion of the programme.
09.15-10.30 Introduction and history of enterprise education: An intro to the language and terms of enterprise education including a focus on the differences between enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation.
10.30-10.50 Coffee and discussion
10.50-12.10 Current global thinking on enterprise education: A global tour of different ideas about enterprise education including key documents from academics, governments and international organisations.
13.10-14.30 Enterprise education teaching and learning: A review of some of the key elements of enterprise education teaching, how it can be delivered and the fundamentals of assessment.
14.30-15.30 Initiating enterprise education in your institution: Changes that can be made at different levels of an institution from the language used to the role of senior leadership.
15.30-16.00 Discussion and next steps
What previous attendees say
“It doesn’t matter if you work as a leader of a team, customer service, or HR, the workshop by Venture Education made us all understand the importance of enterprise through various fun and dynamic activities.”
– Weiwei Lu, HR Director, Beijing Dentsu
“Julian and his team have done a training about Enterprise Education for us, which was a very wonderful lesson enjoyed by educators from several schools in Dongcheng District. Through two hours’ various and interesting activities, I think the teachers all understand the important abilities the students should be equipped with when they enter the society.”
– Education manager
“This made me realise that I rarely work with other teachers in my school and that we also need to learn to collaborate if we expect students to be able to do it.”
– Teacher from a middle school.
Who will lead the training?
Venture Education is an enterprise education organisation based in Beijing. We work with students, teachers, schools, universities and education bureaus to help everyone have creative ideas and make them happen.
Julian has worked in education in China for twelve years collaborating with public schools, international schools, universities, education bureaus and international organisations. He is currently developing and driving enterprise education projects on three different continents and is passionate about the positive impact that enterprise education has on students and society.
Kate Rowe has been working in state schools, universities and international education in Britain and China since 2001. She has worked variously in the fields of English language and literature, EAL, drama, classics, philosophy for children, and personal and social development and is currently the Director of Studies in an experimental tutorial college in Shunyi.
Charlotte has worked on international education projects relating to literacy, EAL, teacher training and curriculum development in Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, England, Australia and China for the past ten years. She is currently directing an enterprise education programme operating in 15 public schools in Beijing including the development of innovative textbooks.
The course is limited to 24 places. Pre-event registration and payment are required. Places are first come, first served.
Register and pay before Sunday 12 November to enjoy an early-bird discount:
Members: RMB 1200
Non-members: RMB 1600
(Full price RMB 1600 / RMB 2000)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your registration if you cannot attend. 97% of payment will be refunded if the cancellation is made by 12 November (inclusive). No refunds will be made after 12 November. If you fail to notify Britcham/CBBC, we regret that you will forfeit any fees paid.