Work studies / Year 10 / Skills for learning and work / Entrepreneurial behaviours

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Curriculum content descriptions

Assess the benefits of developing an ‘entrepreneurial mindset’ and its relevance to 21st century work and enterprise (ACWSCL029)

Elaborations
  • examining the knowledge, understanding and skills required to be entrepreneurial in ways that add value to self, communities, bring innovation to existing businesses and create personal employment
  • recognising the need to develop their own distinct profile by investing in their skills and capabilities to enhance future work prospects
ScOT terms

Entrepreneurship

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