Lessons in business

8th October 2004 at 01:00
The Government advocates the forging of links between the education sector and business. CIS is doing something about it. Enterprise Education, its key stage 4 resource pack, contains a set of activities to encourage students to think about what kind of organisations they might like to work for as adults. There are four overlapping approaches. Students are invited to reflect on the nature of business responsibility, to explore the nature and ethos of marketing, to look at planning for new products and to investigate customer relations and styles of management. Enterprise Education packs can be obtained from Alison Hodges.

Tel: 0161 829 4284

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