The Bridge 2 Business ’Enterprise Educator Awards 2021’is a celebration event of ‘all things enterprise’ across FE colleges in Scotland. The event is to recognise and reward students, educators and individuals who are leading the way in enterprise for Scotland. The awards will once again be a virtual event for this year and will take place on June 3 at 7pm.
Full information is below on the categories open for entry, criteria and how to apply.
The deadline for entering is Thursday, April 29, 2021.
Entries can be made here
This award recognises a project or start-up enterprise that has had a successful innovative approach towards the development of a product or service. The judges are looking for examples of ideas, and a strong understanding of innovation to create either; a solution to a problem, a commercial opportunity, or the development of a new process. The judges will also be looking at an innovative approach to adapting a business product or service digitally due to Covid-19.
This award is for an innovative team of students that have created a Social Enterprise project or activity. The judges are looking for the most innovative led-student team that can demonstrate a charitable or social enterprise focused activity as part of a college group/project.
This accolade will go to the most inspirational role model that has shown a commitment to supporting FE College Students that have engaged in the Bridge 2 Business Programme to develop their business idea.
This award will go to a FE College Lecturer/Employee who is leading the way in enterprise education within their institution. They may be promoting business and enterprise skills development during lessons, hosting enterprising workshops and events or creating enterprise projects and competitions. Special recognition will also be given to educators who have adapted successfully during blended learning, to offer additional support to students.
This award will go to the FE College Student who has shown the most enterprising spirit and creative approach to not only blended learning, but also a specialised project or business idea. The judges are looking for examples of how a combination of college study and business skills development has led to either a start-up enterprise, sustainable employment or FE / HE progression.
This award will go to the college that is leading the way in enterprise within Further Education throughout Scotland. The judges are looking for innovative approaches to adapted to blending learning and new digital processes that have supported the students during this time. The judges are also looking for examples of enterprising team projects and initiatives that have developed the business skills and knowledge, of both students and lecturers alike.
David Maitland - Tonic Note Records
Lucy Thomson - Coach Lucy
Elaine Calderwood - Scottish Enterprise
Our Vision is for Scotland to be a place where all young people are given the opportunity to have a rewarding future in work and life - no matter where they start their journey.
Our Mission is to inspire and equip young people, irrespective of their background, to learn, develop and reach their full potential through enterprise education.
In everything that we do, we will work with the following values: Integrity, Enthusiasm, Creativity & Collaboration.
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