We’re delighted to confirm that this qualification is confirmed on the 2019 DfE Performance Tables under the Technical Award category.
This dynamic new qualification has been developed with the support of employers and businesses, as well as the National Enterprise Challenge, to create engaging, inspiring and practical content. It offers a broad understanding of Business, with a focus on Enterprise and Marketing.
I have really enjoyed going through them and I have to say it's like a breath of fresh air … I would be excited and happy to run this course." - Andrea Jones, Hadley Learning Community
Letters of endorsement from employers and/or educational institutions
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We’ve put together this guide to give additional guidance on how internal standardisation may be approached. These guidelines must be used in conjunction with the centre handbook and admin guide relevant to the qualification you are delivering.
An overview of our Cambridge Nationals in Enterprise and Marketing qualification for first teaching September 2017.
Mapping the 2012 Cambridge Nationals Business and Enterprise units to the new Cambridge Nationals Enterprise and Marketing units.
An Excel based tracking document to help the tutor monitor learners’ progress through the qualification.
This guide maps the Cambridge Nationals in Enterprise and Marketing to the Ryman National Enterprise Challenge.
In this lesson element learners will investigate break-even and use data to construct a break-even graph.
This presentation supports the break-even lesson element on how to construct a break-even graph.
This guide gives a range of ideas for lessons structured by learning outcome for this unit.
This lesson element provides a practical insight into the observation method of market research.
This lesson element will guide learners through the process of producing a business plan.
The guide contains candidate style answers for learning outcomes 2, 3 and 4 for this unit, graded at Marking Band 1 (MB1) and marking band 3 (MB3).
This lesson element introduces learners to the importance of customer profiling.
In this lesson element learners will research different methods of pricing strategies used by supermarkets.
This lesson element explores the different methods of market research a business may use.
In this lesson element learners will discover what is meant by a 'brand' and how to develop it.
The guide contains candidate style answers for learning outcomes 1, 3 and 4 for this unit, graded at Marking Band 1 (MB1) and marking band 3 (MB3).
In this lesson element learners will discover how to review their personal pitching skills and business proposal contents.
In this lesson element learners will discover how to plan, structure and deliver a successful pitch.