The Welsh Dragon: The success of enterprise education in Wales
Author: Lauren Pennycook
Case Studies Of The Welsh Approach To Enterprise Education
This briefing showcases the Welsh Government’s approach to enterprise education driven by the Youth Entrepreneurship Strategy. Through a series of short case studies the briefing describes how by engaging young people with entrepreneurship, empowering them to take part in activities which develop their enterprise skills and equipping them with the tools for business start-up, the strategy is creating the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Click on the image to download the English briefing (PDF).
A Welsh version of the briefing is available below (PDF).
For more information please contact Lauren Pennycook, Policy Officer at [email protected].
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