Students will be tasked with identifying how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected key groups to develop a brand new product or service that could help or support these groups.
TNEC are thrilled to announce this years challenge sponsors as NatWest and Air Products. Both challenges will see students develop their enterprise and entrepreneurial skills through working on the real-life challenges set by 2 of the UK's best known companies.
Following the success of last year's Stoke on Trent Primary Challenge, TILG have teamed up with Staffordshire-based aqua park Waterworld for this year's Primary School Challenge which will be launched nationally for the first time.
The Inspirational Learning is thrilled to announce that last year’s KS4 National Enterprise Challenge winning idea has been made into a Grenade bar. The Bourne Academy team fought off tough competition at the virtual finals to be crowned TNEC KS4 Champions 2019/20.
The Inspirational Learning Group are delighted to be working with the award-winning Staffordshire Business School to set a unique enterprise programme for young people across the Midlands.
TILG are thrilled to announce that they will be working with Aspire to HE and GM Higher producing bespoke study skills and Local Labour Market workshops.
For the first time ever, The National Enterprise Challenge finals sponsored by Air Products, Grenade and Staffordshire University was streamed live to schools and homes across the UK on Wednesday 15th July.
This year's challenge was set by Sports Interactive, the makers of Football Manager who challenged pupils to come up with a new marketing campaign to extend the appeal of Football Manager to a wider audience.
Another fantastic blog post from Rebecca Clarke, Head of Programmes and Education here at TILG.
Alongside REST EASY Method, TNEC will be providing resilience training during all TNEC days from September.
In these challenging times the development of of young people's enterprise and employability skills is going to be as important as ever and TILG remains committed to supporting this agenda.
The Inspirational Learning Group Directors announced as 2 of the most influential people in Staffordshire.
Head of Programmes and Education, Rebecca Clarke, has been nominated for a Curriculum Improvement Award.
TNEC welcomes Nick Jenkins as the new ambassador.
Eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.
On Thursday 13th February, six SEN schools from the Doncaster area competed in the first Doncaster Enterprise Challenge finals event.
The Inspirational Learning Group has worked with the Stoke on Trent Opportunity Area to deliver a real-life business challenge to 10 Primary schools based in Stoke on Trent.
National Careers Week is upon us once again! Take a look at these top tips which should help your students develop the key skills that they will need to become the Lord Sugar for the next generation.