Business Education for Schools and colleges

This module encourages students to reflect on and assess a variety of approaches to teaching and learning in creating effective learning environments. The module offers a theoretical and practical approach to exploring the educational policies and practices that foster the key conditions for creating an effective learning environment. Business and enterprise are at the heart of national growth and development. Business-related courses offer pupils the opportunity to access, understand and contribute to the dynamic business environment. Graduates of this programme are currently working across a broad range of areas. Some are working as teachers of business and economics education, while others have jobs as middle and senior managers in schools.

  • Business Schools need international relations to prepare future professionals.
  • We forge those networks on behalf of students, and for the benefit of Business Volunteers who learn leadership and communication skills each time they engage with the next generation.
  • The precise assessment will depend on the module and may be subject to change from year to year for quality or enhancement reasons.
  • The course encourages an active and participative style of learning in order to meet your professional needs, and to promote a commitment to continuing professional development.

Our 2000-strong database of kind, interesting, decent, wonderful, varied Business Volunteers enables us to support the next generation of young people. Our Curriculum Vitae combined has led all of us in the direction of networking for business and schools. Between us we have 20 years in banking and economics; 10 years in recruitment; 15 years in the public sector. ‘A Level Business will give you an exciting insight into the dynamic world of business.

Learning & teaching

Job vacancies are normally advertised on local authority websites or look on the myjobscotland website. For entry to the PGDE, you need an approved degree together with Higher English and Maths or Applications of Maths at National 5 – some institutions specify at B. Your degree should normally contain 80 Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework credit points from Accounting, Economics and Business Management.

Teaching begins in S1 and S2, where pupils are introduced to Business Management and Digital Literacy . Business Management, along with Economics, can be studied at Higher in either S5 or S6, with Business Management offered at Advanced Higher level to S6 pupils . Understanding the skills, and qualities of an Administrative Assistant, customer care, health and safety, security of people, property and information. Developing an understanding of how businesses are setup, the risks involved and the benefits gained. Globalisation – an investigation into what globalisation is and the impact of multinational companies.

His newly revamped workshop seeks to provide students with an overview of the personal finance and equip students with the skills needed to be successful in their future careers. His workshop supports students to develop a better understanding of leadership styles, as volunteers and students work through interactive activities which increase their leadership skills. Career Insight Visit gives students an insight into the corporate world. Students are given the opportunity to visit a company in the City or Canary Wharf and learn more about the different career roles in a corporate environment.

S3 Business Management

This degree awards Qualified Teacher Status, which means that when you graduate you’ll be qualified to teach in any state-maintained secondary school in England and Wales. Most graduates from this course go on to become a secondary school teacher. The Department for Education has developed a new GOV.UK application service, Apply for teacher training, for those applying for a postgraduate teacher training course.

Funding your studies

In our survey, we asked stakeholders which types of poverty-related activity they currently observed at their Business Schools? Top-cited by the students, graduates and Business School professionals was knowledge sharing and research, mentioned by 39% of respondents, followed by ‘operating in a way which focuses on the welfare of societies instead of profit’, cited by 34%. Among Business Schools professionals alone, the proportion was 59% in each case. PGDE operates a model whereby students attend classes on campus followed by blocks of continued learning on placement. Assessment can be via one method or a combination e.g. examination and coursework . Assessment is designed to assess your achievement of the module’s stated learning outcomes.