‘Three x Three = EE24’: A triple pedagogical approach to the triple bottom line.

9:30 am - 4:00 pm 26/03/2024

Cardiff, Cardiff, CF5 2YB


         

‘Three x Three = EE24’: A triple pedagogical approach to the triple bottom line. Exploring the embeddedness of people, planet and profit in enterprise education through curricular, extra-curricular and research activities.

Cardiff Metropolitan University and online

Tuesday 26th March 2024, 9.30am Coffee/Registration for a 10.00am start -4.00pm 

Summary 

The focus of the event is People, Planet and Profit, in enterprise education across the FE and HE sector. We want to breakdown down silos and showcase how various disciplines are embedding Enterprise Education (the focus on people, planet, profit) and then provide an opportunity for networks to be developed and expanded for future collaboration and research.

The start of the event will feature a welcome from the Vice Chancellor of Cardiff Metropolitan and how Enterprise Education has been embedded within the University’s strategic plan.

The five schools at Cardiff Metropolitan will then present their enterprise provision around the People, Planet Profit pillars. These best practice sessions will draw upon both explicit enterprise education interventions, and interventions where the emphasis has been on ethics and sustainability. The student outcomes will be shown, specifically highlighting how enterprise skills have been developed through a broad variety of provision.

The University’s Centre for Entrepreneurship will then discuss how their role as a central department has facilitated and supported the implementation of the strategic direction of the University, the priorities of the Welsh Government and the development goals of the UN across curriculum and extra-curricular activity.

A keynote will be delivered by a Welsh social entrepreneur and Cardiff Met graduate, highlighting how the provision at HE level impacts the economy and society post-graduation.

The afternoon session will start with a panel discussion of local HEIs, businesses, social enterprises and Welsh Government, discussing how the public and private sectors can, and are working together. Following the panel e- panel discussion, discussion rooms with specific topics points around Planet, People, and Profit will be available for delegates to join. The breakout sessions will provide opportunities for delegates to network and discuss approaches, pedagogy, research interests and questions (around the three pillars). It is hoped that valuable networks will be formed which can be developed and future collaborative opportunities identified.

Benefits of attending 

Networking/ facilitation session- connecting people for research opportunities with particular reference to research interests.

Sharing of best practice and promotion of pedagogical innovation discussions.

One of the aims of the day will be to begin the dissemination of best practice, contributing towards a working document that can support a Teaching Toolkit for the implementation of concepts such as “GreenComp”.

Delivery 

Keynote speaker and panel sessions will be broadcast live, with a member of the organising team monitoring online questions for the panels.

Breakout sessions will also be facilitated to include at least two hybrid breakout rooms utilising Owl or polycams to maximise engagement. Breakout sessions will be semi structured, making use of pre designed Miro Boards to facilitate directed, but open discussions and enabling online participants to be fully integrated.

If a large number of online delegates are present online-only breakout sessions can also be facilitated. 

Cost to attend

EEUK Members FREE
Non-Members in-person £100
Non-Members on-line £30

AGENDA (subject to change)

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Tickets

Ticket Type Price Spaces
EEUK Members In-person £0.00
EEUK Members - On-line £0.00
Non Members - In-person £100.00
Non Members - On-line £30.00

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