Entrepreneurship

Future job markets

It is well known that traditional jobs with lineal careers are vanishing. Securing uninterrupted income through steady employment is unlikely in the future. A school's historical brief of job-fitness for the industrial revolution must now be to equip students to form networks of interdependence that mutually 

  • promote and support projects and ventures

  • access a pool of skills and expertise as needed

  • gain economic efficiencies

The re-framed curriculum has an emphasis on forming social alliances to create and implement ventures.

Entrepreneurship is organising and managing the implementation of a new venture. Usually, the venture is a high risk initiative requiring

  • creativity

  • courage

  • resilience

  • determination

  • persistence

Successful entrepreneurship is greatly supported by financial literacy, strong business expertise and project management skills. The following link leads to an example of a financial literacy policy.