Enterprise 3205 is a third level, two-credit course designed to provide an understanding of the world of enterprise, and to ensure that students actually engage in enterprising ventures. This course requires students to initiate, develop, and implement ventures during a school year.
Enterprise 3205 is designed to contribute to achievements of the Essential Graduation Learnings. It serves to refine and reinforce learning outcomes in the area of personal development, communications, problem solving, technological competence, special interest and career goals for senior high students. Through participation in Enterprise 3205, students will have an opportunity to be innovative, creative, contributing members of society, and to become more knowledgeable about the world of work. They will gain an understanding of financing, marketing, and sales and have a greater ability to interact with the community.
In a complex society faced with rapid change, individuals need generic skills to thrive and succeed. This course focuses on transferable skills, such as reasoning, communication, problem-solving, opportunity identification and evaluation, innovation, creativity and technological literacy. The general curriculum outcomes for the five strands of the Enterprise 3205 Course are stated below:
1. Personal Effectiveness
2. Economic and Entrepreneurship Concepts
3. Societal Changes and Challenges
4. Technological Literacy
5. Enterprise Management Skills
This would include the following examples: