‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘  ‘Past – present – Future’Aims of this event: •   Evaluate process and policy • ...
‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘   ‘Past – present – Future’Format of this event:• Julie Byrne, Principal of Shef...
How did we respond to theenterprise challenge?                            Julie Byrne,                            Principa...
The VisionNovember 2008
Approach toEnterprise Education     Leadership      Enterprise     Employability
The ‘National Enterprise Academy’             – now the ‘Peter Jones Enterprise             Academy’• first FE college to ...
Business MentorBusiness Mentor in place to provide initial ideas generation, information,advice and guidance for PJEA esta...
The ‘National Enterprise Academy’             – now the ‘Peter Jones Enterprise Academy’2010/11:• Thirty-two students comp...
Enterprise Education andEntrepreneurship in Sheffield             - Mike Garnock-Jones                Enterprise Champion,...
Developing provision ~2010                                                   SHU                                          ...
Established pathway                                                                             SHU Venture               ...
PJEA learners                        – where do they come from?• 26 different schools• including 22 Sheffield Schools• Plu...
School/College Contacts      4 Assistant Heads   3 Directors of Specialism    4 Key Stage Managers     10 Faculty Leaders ...
TSCB&ESY              SEC        GenerateSero               SHU          UoS
USPs incl.-   Embedded-   Business support-   Major prize destination-   Sept-March duration
BiG Challenge- the latest2008-2012• No. of Registered Teams > 1,200• No. of Team Members > 5,000• Total Revenue = £131,288...
BiG Impact on a school
Forge Valley Community        School
A school that is ‘Open                           for Business’Key features include- School Shop- Enterprise Offices- Enric...
The Forge Valley  School Shop
Entrepreneurialism            Curriculum Opportunities                       Foundation LearningEnrichment sessions       ...
School Shop       Kraft Enrichment   BiG Challenge    EntrepreneursBusiness Skills                  Business Links        ...
= Entrepreneurs• ex students)• parent
Established pathway                                                                             SHU Venture               ...
Synergies - here     & now
‘Enterprise highlights/celebrationevent‘ - ‘Past – present – Future’Heather Smith- Principal of Hillsborough Collegeand Ex...
‘To provide real employment opportunities      in a real business environment’• October 2011 – CIC Limited by Guarantee• B...
Really Green IT• developed from Livetech, (SCC), originally based at RedTape• apprentices gain ICT practitioners qualifica...
Norton Centre for the Creative Industries• bespoke centre for the creative industries within the college• employ 24 appren...
within the next 12 months• increased number of separately incorporated trading arms• increased apprentice opportunities• m...
Joe Panasiuk•   PJEA student 2010-11•   AoC Student of the Year 2011•   Winner Sheffield Young Entrepreneur     - Sheffiel...
‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘ ‘Past – present – Future’Final Words: Heather Smith and Kevin Bennett•   Partner...
Enterprise Gateway    Enterprise Gateway       0114 260 2557 enterprise@sheffcol.ac.uk
PJEA ERDF Power Point 23 03 2012
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Presentation at the PJEA ERDF celebration event at the Leopold Hotel, Sheffield, on 23rd.March 2012.

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PJEA ERDF Power Point 23 03 2012

  1. 1. ‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘ ‘Past – present – Future’Aims of this event: • Evaluate process and policy • Share lessons learnt • Share effective practice and mutually valued experiences • Assist to develop local and institutional practices • Support innovation to address the needs of the local economy • Provide an opportunity for start-ups to test trade
  2. 2. ‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘ ‘Past – present – Future’Format of this event:• Julie Byrne, Principal of Sheffield City College and Executive Director of The Sheffield College• Mike Garnock-Jones, Enterprise Champion, Sheffield CYPD• Heather Smith, Principal of Hillsborough College and Executive Director of Sheffield College• Joe Panasiuk, entrepreneur, Business owner and College student• Heather Smith & Kevin Bennett, Enterprise Director, Sheffield City Council
  3. 3. How did we respond to theenterprise challenge? Julie Byrne, Principal of Sheffield City College and Executive Director of The Sheffield College
  4. 4. The VisionNovember 2008
  5. 5. Approach toEnterprise Education Leadership Enterprise Employability
  6. 6. The ‘National Enterprise Academy’ – now the ‘Peter Jones Enterprise Academy’• first FE college to deliver NEA courses• courses commenced at The SheffieldCollege September 2010• further qualifications developed fromSeptember 2011
  7. 7. Business MentorBusiness Mentor in place to provide initial ideas generation, information,advice and guidance for PJEA established businesses:• provide Mentoring and Start up Support Services• support new Businesses through managed services• support in taking their business to the position where they are sustainable within their own resources• support new Businesses to move on (sustainable growth)• ERDF funding essentialCurrently, using net315 funding, all the above across theCollege, plus:• contribute to staffing of our Enterprise Gateways
  8. 8. The ‘National Enterprise Academy’ – now the ‘Peter Jones Enterprise Academy’2010/11:• Thirty-two students completed• ~70% to HE• eight young people continuing to run businesses set up on the course.• Others to full time employment, gone onto other studies or relocated abroad2011/12: Over 60 enrolments• BTEC Diploma Level 2 - one year course ‘UNDERSTANDING ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP’ – 13 learners• BTEC Diploma Level 3 - one year course ‘ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP’ – 27 learners• BTEC Diploma Level 3 - two year course ‘ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP’ including a Subsidiary Diploma in Creative Media – 22 learners
  9. 9. Enterprise Education andEntrepreneurship in Sheffield - Mike Garnock-Jones Enterprise Champion, Sheffield CYPD
  10. 10. Developing provision ~2010 SHU Enterprise UoS Challenge SIFE BiG Challenge SHU Venture Matrix Young Enterprise Business Make Enterprise your Schools Enterprise Mark survey Business SHU SHU projects Graduate Enterprise Prog Centre Entrepreneur UoS with Growing Enterprise Enterprise BusinessLongley Park Qualis Zone SolutionsCareer forAcademy Business Transition NEA/PJEA activities
  11. 11. Established pathway SHU Venture Matrix 2012 Enterprise Quals Business UoS SHU Entrepreneur projects SIFE Graduate with Growing Longley Park Prog Business Enterprise Career survey Make Academy SHU your Enterprise Transition Mark II activities CentrePrimary Young Solutions BiG UoSprogrammes Entrepreneurs for Challenge EnterpriseEg Cadbury Club Business Zone PJEA Pre 11 From 11 From 14 From 16 18 and beyond Sheffield Enterprise Pathway
  12. 12. PJEA learners – where do they come from?• 26 different schools• including 22 Sheffield Schools• Plus mature learnersLargest individual providers:5 - High Storrs4 - Fir Vale3 - City, Silverdale, Springs , Wisewood (data provided to Generate, October 2011)
  13. 13. School/College Contacts 4 Assistant Heads 3 Directors of Specialism 4 Key Stage Managers 10 Faculty Leaders 6 Subject leaders/teachers
  14. 14. TSCB&ESY SEC GenerateSero SHU UoS
  15. 15. USPs incl.- Embedded- Business support- Major prize destination- Sept-March duration
  16. 16. BiG Challenge- the latest2008-2012• No. of Registered Teams > 1,200• No. of Team Members > 5,000• Total Revenue = £131,288• Total Profit = £65,700
  17. 17. BiG Impact on a school
  18. 18. Forge Valley Community School
  19. 19. A school that is ‘Open for Business’Key features include- School Shop- Enterprise Offices- Enrichment Programme- Links with Kraft (Cadburys)- Video conferencing (SCN)- Master Cutler ‘Made in Sheffield Partner
  20. 20. The Forge Valley School Shop
  21. 21. Entrepreneurialism Curriculum Opportunities Foundation LearningEnrichment sessions Tier School Shop Product Development Creative & Media eg D&T, ManufacturingDiploma- Campaign Diploma, BiG Challenge
  22. 22. School Shop Kraft Enrichment BiG Challenge EntrepreneursBusiness Skills Business Links Business PilotEXAMPLE Business Start Up
  23. 23. = Entrepreneurs• ex students)• parent
  24. 24. Established pathway SHU Venture Matrix 2012 Enterprise Quals Business UoS SHU Entrepreneur projects SIFE Graduate with Growing Longley Park Prog Business Enterprise Career survey Make Academy SHU your Enterprise Transition Mark II activities CentrePrimary Young Solutions BiG UoSprogrammes Entrepreneurs for Challenge EnterpriseEg cadbury Club Business Zone PJEA Pre 11 From 11 From 14 From 16 18 and beyond Sheffield Enterprise Pathway
  25. 25. Synergies - here & now
  26. 26. ‘Enterprise highlights/celebrationevent‘ - ‘Past – present – Future’Heather Smith- Principal of Hillsborough Collegeand Executive Director of theSheffield College
  27. 27. ‘To provide real employment opportunities in a real business environment’• October 2011 – CIC Limited by Guarantee• Board of Directors – Heather Smith, Oliver Tindall• ERDF funded Real Business Mentor in place to support CIC development• 3 staff, 25 apprentices currently employed
  28. 28. Really Green IT• developed from Livetech, (SCC), originally based at RedTape• apprentices gain ICT practitioners qualifications• refurbish redundant IT equipment and retail in our shop at Hillsborough Barracks• offer diagnostics & repairs of home computers
  29. 29. Norton Centre for the Creative Industries• bespoke centre for the creative industries within the college• employ 24 apprentices across 3 disciplines;Graphic Design: advertising, corporate identity, branding, exhibitionsimage manipulation, presentations, publicityJournalism: event coverage, interviews, photojournalism, proof reading, research, videojournalismVideo Production: editing, external location, equipment hire, green screen, pre-production,studio location
  30. 30. within the next 12 months• increased number of separately incorporated trading arms• increased apprentice opportunities• more permanent members of staff• part-time jobs for students• turnover increase• generate all income through tradingProfits to:business start-ups, reinvestment and The Sheffield College’s Charitable Trust
  31. 31. Joe Panasiuk• PJEA student 2010-11• AoC Student of the Year 2011• Winner Sheffield Young Entrepreneur - Sheffield City Council’s Celebration of Success Awards 2011• currently Business owner (‘Two Old Classics’) and TSC Business Management and Enterprise Foundation Degree student
  32. 32. ‘Enterprise highlights/celebration event‘ ‘Past – present – Future’Final Words: Heather Smith and Kevin Bennett• Partnership• Sheffield City Council• LEGI• NEA/PJEA ERDF• CIC => change, evolution, awards
  33. 33. Enterprise Gateway Enterprise Gateway 0114 260 2557 enterprise@sheffcol.ac.uk

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