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Work studies / Year 9 / Skills for learning and work / Entrepreneurial behaviours

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Curriculum content descriptions

Explain how the application of entrepreneurial behaviours can address a range of work and community challenges and provide benefits personally and to the community (ACWSCL011)

Elaborations
  • identifying successful young entrepreneurs in the private, public and community sectors and outlining the risks they took in establishing themselves
  • determining the work or community challenges identified by a successful young entrepreneur, how these were addressed and the benefits for individuals, the community or environmental sustainability
ScOT terms

Entrepreneurship,  Action projects

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