|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of basic budgetary accounts.
Identify external factors affecting rural businesses
The course covers what what entrepreneurship really is and how entrepreneurship works and how to be entrepreneurial in your thinking. The course will also introduce the concept of Change Leadership and how businesses can manage change. The second part of the course will provide the students with how to build and develop budgetary accounts, which will provide them with the basics needed for developing their own financials for a business proposal.
The principle aim of this microcredential is to introduce the topic and also to give them the basic tools required to attempt the other 3 microcredentials from the BDM8320 module.
1) Principles of Entrepreneurship.
2) Recording and Collating Figures for budgets.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Creative Problem Solving||Students will solve theoretical problems in their report|
|Critical and analytical thinking||Students will be expected to synthesise complex information|
|Digital capability||Students will be required to examine and synthesize quantitative data from a range of publications and databases to develop answers for their report|
|Real world sense||This module will provide the students with and introduction to entreprenuerial thinking and budgetary accounts; they will be assessed on their understanding of this information.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Budgetary accounting skills will be introduced to the students along with the how successful entrepreneurs think and act.|
This module is at CQFW Level 7