Enterprise – Pupils must complete three components.

Component 1 - Internally Assessed

Learners will examine different enterprises to develop their knowledge and understanding of the
characteristics of enterprises and the skills needed by entrepreneurs.

The learning aims of component 1 include:

A Examine the characteristics of Enterprises

B Explore how market research helps enterprises meet customer needs and understand competitor behaviour

C Investigate the factors that contribute to the success of an enterprise

Component 2 – Internally Assessed

Learners will select an enterprise idea to plan and pitch for. They will work as a small group to run a micro-enterprise activity, and will develop their skills in operating and reviewing the success of the enterprise.

The learning aims of component 2 include:

A Explore ideas, plan and pitch for a micro enterprise activity

B Operate and review the success of a micro enterprise activity.

Component 3 – Externally Assessed

Learners will explore the different promotional methods used by enterprises and the factors that influence how enterprises identify and target their market. They will explore financial documents and how to use them to monitor and improve the performance of an enterprise in order to make decisions and recommend strategies for the success of an enterprise.

Learners will complete a task worth 60 marks under supervised conditions. The supervised assessment period is a maximum of two hours and must be arranged in the period timetabled by Pearson.

Please contact:  Mr Holden for any further subject related documents.

Link: Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Enterprise

Business Department Vision

The Business department is driven to inspire pupils to understand the basic aspects of what is involved in business and how a business would run so they are able to have the confidence to aspire to set up and run their own business.

The Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Enterprise (603/1916/1), is for learners who wish to acquire skills through vocational contexts by studying the knowledge, behaviours and skills related to researching, setting up, running and reviewing an enterprise as part of their Key Stage 4 learning. The qualification enables learners to develop their technical skills such as market research skills, planning, promotional and financial skills using realistic work scenarios, and personal skills, (such as monitoring own performance, time management and problem solving) through a practical and skills based approach to learning and assessment.