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Building, Your Own Business?


For the final session for the Get Inspired entrepreneurial conference, we were joined by a panel of different business owners/senior employees.

Student groups attended – Modern Apprenticeship in Carpentry & Joinery, Modern Apprenticeship in Painting & Decorating; Modern Apprenticeship in Brickwork; Carpentry & Joinery; NPA Construction (General); General Construction Maintenance; Plumbing Group; Pre-Apprentice in Electrical Installation/Renewables (Inverness) – 112 staff and students attended.
 

Greencroft Shetland Ltd


Luke Holt of Greencroft Shetland Ltd was our second speaker at the Get Inspired entrepreneurship conference joining us from Shetland College UHI.

Student groups attended – Certificate in Forestry and Certificate in Land Based Skills (SSF); ESOL English (Shetland); and NC Business (Argyll) – 29 students and staff attended.

In the Shadow of Ben Nevis


The outdoor theme continued for our Get Inspired entrepreneurial conference with Ian Sykes MBE founder of Nevisport and Nevis Range.

Student groups attended – Introduction to Business Management, NC Business, HNC Business, NC Media and NC Outdoor Pursuits (Inverness), NC Business (Argyll), NC Fashion & Design, NC Computing Digital Media, Adventure Tourism Management, and HNC Music (West Highland) – 40 students and staff attended.
 

Up the Creek with Boots 'n' Paddles!


The afternoon session started with Brenda Dunthorne of Boots 'n' Paddles talking from Inverness College UHI.

Student groups attended - Introduction to Business Management, NC Business, HNC Business and NC Outdoor Pursuits (Inverness); NC Business (Argyll) - 67 students and staff attended.

China Entrepreneurship Educators Programme


Carol Langston, Head of CREATE, the entrepreneurship-learning centre at Inverness College UHI has just returned from an exciting trip to China. Last year, she co-developed the China Entrepreneurship Educators Programme, to address the professional development needs of lecturers now required by the Chinese government to embed entrepreneurship within every tertiary programme. In Yangzhou, Carol worked with 65 academics to help them appreciate changing approaches to entrepreneurial education. Feedback was excellent with 100% of lecturers wanting to try new techniques with their students. The Principal said that we had set an excellent example and ‘inspired their potential’ and hoped to extend this co-operation.

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