What people say

The Enterprise Adviser Network gives employers the opportunity to talk with schools/colleges and young people about what they do, the business landscape, and the training, characteristics and attitude needed to work in local industry. Here is what existing participants have to say:

 

‘The Enterprise ANicky Morgandviser Network provides a fantastic platform for employers to share their expertise in business and influence the way we prepare our young people for the world of work. I am extremely encouraged by the progress the LLEP is making in delivering this flagship initiative within my local area’.

The RT Hon. Nicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education

 

 

 

 

Suzanne Overton- Edwards Gateway College 1

Access to a dedicated Enterprise Adviser who will bring their industry expertise and contacts gives the College a valuable additional and objective resource.  The EA will be able to enhance the way in which we work with employers to benefit our students and curriculum development.  We really appreciate being involved in this initiative.’

Suzanne Overton-Edwards, Principal, Gateway College

 

 

 

 

Kasam Hussain

‘The Enterprise Adviser Network is a great platform for businesses like ours to have their say and help shape enterprise education at the highest level. The programme goals align with BT’s commitment to support our future generation of young people’.

Kasam Hussain, Enterprise Adviser & Senior Project Manager, BT Group PLC

 

 

 

 

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 ‘Working one-to-one with a school allows me to use my experience in business to influence and shape future enterprise education. We have a joint responsibility in preparing our young people for the world of work, so both businesses and schools need to collaborate so as to ensure every young person is inspired and fully equipped to fulfill their potential.’

John Hayes, Enterprise Adviser & CEO Champions UK plc