Young Enterprise Programme

Inspired by the BBC ‘The Apprentice’ TV programme, our Young Enterprise programme tasks children and young people with creating a real life product or service – which other children and young people can benefit from or to raise funds for a charity of good cause.

This 12-20 hour digital badge programme is delivered by our experienced and dynamic Digital Badge IT programme leaders or can be used by schools and organisations to deliver their own young enterprise programme.

PERFECT FOR

Curriculum Enrichment and PSHE

Extra Curricular Clubs

School Holiday Programmes

Key Stage 2 & 3

OUR PRODUCTS

Young Enterprise Programme DIGI-space

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Each Young Enterprise project is assigned it's own personalised DIGI-space and unique URL.

Young entrepreneurs work in teams to complete a series of set tasks to enable them to develop and produce a product or service. Tasks include: The Branding Task; The Market Research Task; The Fundraising and Accounts Task; The Product Development Task: The Merchandise Task; The Taking A Product To Market Task; The Dragons' Den Task; The Marketing and Promotion Task; The Sales Task

Young entrepreneurs are assigned a secure user ID and password to enable tracking and unlocking of digital badges as they progress through the programme.

Young entrepreneurs can upload logos, images, blogs, and multi-media to the DIGI-space.

The DIGI-space also includes a activity / workshop calendar and participation leaderboard.

Programme leaders have access to downloadable resources including: 'My Business Plan' kids' workbook and 'The Young Entrepreneur Of The Week' certificate.

A demo Young Enterprise DIGI-space is available to view on request.

Healthy Cookbook Young Enterprise Programme 

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Children and young people ‘chef-preneurs’, are tasked with developing and creating a kids’ healthy cookbook to raise funds for a local good cause or as a school fundraiser. To achieve enterprise digital achievement badges, young chef-preneurs will undertake tasks such as:

Creating a Cookbook name, logo, strapline and mascot.

Researching what potential customers want in a Cookbook.

Developing and cooking a series of healthy eating recipes.

Creating ‘How To Make’ recipe videos and animations- learning how to use Augmented Reality technology.

Designing a range of Cookbook merchandise to sell.

Learning basic business finance.

Securing investment and sponsorship from local investors.

Creating fun activities to add to the Cookbook such as a quiz, wordsearch and sticker chart.

Creating promotional materials for the Cookbook.

Selling the Cookbook to customers.

Once all the books content is collated, the Digital Badge IT team design and produce printed or downloadable cookbooks. Also included in this programme:

Each Healthy Cookbook Young Enterprise project is assigned it's own personalised DIGI-space and unique URL.

Young chef-preneurs work in teams to complete a series of set tasks to enable them to develop and produce a cookbook product including: The Branding Task; The Market Research Task; The Product Development Task; The Mary Berry Cooking Task; The Product Testing Task;, The Fundraising & Accounts Task; The Merchandise Task; The Dragons Den Task; The Taking The Cookbook To Market Task; The Marketing and Promotion Task; The Sales Task

Young chef-preneurs are assigned a secure user ID and password to enable tracking and unlocking of digital badges as they progress through the programme.

Young chef-preneurs can upload logos, images, blogs, and multi-media to the DIGI-space.

The DIGI-space also includes a activity / workshop calendar; participation leaderboard and online product shop.

Programme leaders have access to downloadable resources including: 'My Business Plan' chef-preneurs workbook and 'The Young Entrepreneur Of The Week' certificate.

A demo Cookbook Enterprise DIGI-space is available to view on request.

Interested in finding out how we can help your school or organisation implement a Digital Badge IT Young Enterprise Programme?