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8. Undertake tasks
and activities set in
Learners have two
opportunities to use
work as a context for
learning within the
curriculum and record
evidence of their learning.
· understand the relevance of curriculum
subjects to the world of work and to their own
· demonstrate an understanding of economic and
· analyse how examples of learning within the
curriculum can be applied to work contexts;
· evaluate their experiences and learning to inform
future progress and career plan.
9. Engage with ideas,
the business world.
one business challenge,
· know and understand important enterprise concepts;
· demonstrate enterprise skills, including decision
making, leadership, risk management and presentation;
· demonstrate enterprise attitudes, including a
willingness to take on new challenges, self-reliance,
open-mindedness, respect for evidence, pragmatism
and commitment to making a diff erence;
· demonstrate enterprising qualities, including
adaptability, perseverance, determination,
fl exibility, creativity, ability to improvise,
confi dence, initiative, self-confi dence, autonomy
and the drive to make things happen.