Enterprise Educators UK is the national network for enterprise educators. Our purpose is simple - to support our members to increase the scale, scope and effectiveness of enterprise and entrepreneurship teaching within their institutions.
February news from EEUK and our members
Our February newsletter is out and includes:
National Apprentice Challenge - deadline close for your students to apply;
Our Chair's reflections on government reviews and a request for member input;
Events from EEUK and our colleagues at HEEG UK and Knowledge London.
New report calls for better integration of entrepreneur skills at all levels of education
The All-Party Group for Micro Businesses has launched its Fifth Report since it was established in 2010. Entitled An Education System Fit for an Entrepreneur, it recognises the key role entrepreneurs play in the drive for growth, and looks at the effectiveness of our education system in supporting our entrepreneurs – from the age of 4 to 44 and beyond.
Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK) have just published their first ever annual report. EEUK was launched in 2001 (as UKSEC) and has always had a strong following from educators with a passion for enterprise and entrepreneurship education.
Enterprise Educators' Achievements recognised by EEUK
The Directors of Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK) have awarded Fellowships to five eminent enterprise educators. Dr Julie Holland, Chris Hall, Dr Simon Brown, Brian Clements and Dr Kelly Smith were awarded this prestigious title in recognition of their major contribution to EEUK in support of enterprise education in the UK.
EEUK and NCEE announce the 2013 winners of the National Enterprise Educator Awards
The UK’s top enterprise educators were announced at Sheffield’s Cutlers' Hall for the National Enterprise Educator Awards. The ceremony brought together educators showcasing their excellence in enterprise and entrepreneurship education as part of the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC) Gala Dinner on the 12th September.