This webinar will explore practical changes that teachers can make in the classroom to support the development of entrepreneurial outcomes in their learners. This webinar will provide teachers with ideas and inspiration to take forward and signpost them to resources and support to draw upon.

Target audience: This webinar is primarily designed for educators/practitioners (those creating entrepreneurial outcomes in their learners and students; whether in or outside the curriculum). No prior knowledge will be assumed, but an interest in enterprise or entrepreneurship will be central to this discussion of teaching techniques.


Alison Price has worked to develop entrepreneurial capacity across the FE and HE sector for over 25 years. Formerly the Director of Educator Development at National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship Alison has designed and developed entrepreneurial staff development programmes in England/Wales, Scotland, across Europe and China. Alison has actively supported the development of the entrepreneurial university through curriculum change, staff development and developing the role of the educator as a catalyst within the development of entrepreneurial university/institution. Prior to this appointment, Alison was Head of Enterprise Education at Leeds Metropolitan University, providing academic leadership for the HEFCE funded Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, ‘Institute for Enterprise’. She has held the role of faculty and institutional enterprise champion at a range of institutions and has worked across an extensive range of academic and vocational subjects to embed enterprise within the curriculum.

Carol Langston has been leading staff development in enterprise and entrepreneurship in Scotland since 2010. Carol Langston is Head of CREATE, the Highlands and Islands Centre for Enterprise and Innovation at Inverness College UHI, one of the largest partners in the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland’s newest university. Her principal role is working directly with academic and support staff to support enterprise and entrepreneurship curriculum and non-curriculum developments. Carol has been developing and delivering entrepreneurship and enterprise education for over 10 years, informed by participation in both MIT and Babson’s entrepreneurship development programmes.

This webinar series on entrepreneurial learning and EU project is aimed at teachers and others involved in education around Europe. It takes place on the third Thursday every month at lunchtime and is free of charge. Find all events at

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