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Entrepreneurial Skills for Small Business - Curriculum Document

Adelaide Institute of TAFE
South Australia

June 1994

DEET
Australia

CURRICULUM DOCUMENT

© MINISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION
SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1994

Published by Adelaide Institute of TAFE for the
Department for Employment, Training and Further Education

First Published 1994 (100)

Adelaide Institute of TAFE Cataloguing-in-Publication Entry

658.022 E61

Entrepreneurial skills for small business: exemplar
curriculum document/developed by Adelaide Institute of TAFE
and DEET Australia for UNEVOC; project facilitator Sue Goldman.
- Adelaide, S. Aust.: Adelaide Institute of TAFE, 1994.

   
 

52p.: ill; 30 cm.
ISBN 07308 0362 7

   
 

1. Small business - Management - Curricula
2. Entrepeneurship - Study and teaching - Curricula
3. Success in business - Study and teaching - Curricula
I Goldman, Sue
II. Adelaide Institute of TAFE
III. Australia. Dept for Employment, Education and Training
IV. Unesco Technical and Vocational Education Project (UNEVOC)

Printed by
STATE PRINT
South Australia

Copies of this document can be obtained from

Adelaide Institute
UNEVOC Centre
GPO Box 1872
Adelaide SA 5001
AUSTRALIA

Phone:

+618 207 8220

Fax:

+618 207 8249

This document may be duplicated in whole or in part for legitimate educational purposes.

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT TEAM MEMBERS

NAME

POSITION

INSTITUTION

     

S ZAHEER A GILLANI
Chair

Director

National Technical Teachers
Training College
Islamabad
PAKISTAN

     

YAAKOB HASRAT

Assistant Director

Technical and Vocational
Education Division
Ministry of Education
MALAYSIA

     

YU ZUGUANG

Deputy Director

Central Institute of Vocational and Technical Education State Education Commission
CHINA

     

ANIES MUCKTIANY

Staff Curriculum Development TVE

Directorate of Technical and Vocational Education
Ministry of Education and Culture
INDONESIA

     

KWANG BUM, LEE

Instructor

Inchon Industrial Master’s
College
Korea Manpower Agency
KOREA

     

PROFESSOR ARUNK MISHRA

Project Director

Pandit Sunderlal
Sharma Central
Institute of Vocational
Education
INDIA

     

MR JOHN SCALES

Educational Manager

Small Business Training Centre
Adelaide Institute of TAFE
AUSTRALIA

   

PROJECT FACILITATOR

 
     

MS SUE GOLDMAN

Open Learning Co-ordinator

Adelaide Institute of TAFE
AUSTRALIA

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This curriculum was developed as a joint initiative by Adelaide Institute of TAFE, South Australia and the Department of Employment, Education and Training (DEET) Australia, at Adelaide Institute from May 30 - June 17 1994, by curriculum specialists from United Nations Technical and Vocational Education (UNEVOC) Centres, for use amongst UNESCO member countries in the technical and vocational (TVE) sectors.

The members of the curriculum development team wish to thank:

Mr Brian Watt, Director, Department of Employment, Education and Training, Australia, for his support of the original project concept

Mr Brian Stanford, Director, and Mr John Wolfensberger, Associate Director, for providing support and facilities at Adelaide Institute of TAFE for the conduct of the project

Mr John Bartram, Manager, International, and his team of mentors for successfully organising the visits and supporting the members during their stay in Adelaide.

Special thanks to Associate Professor Richard McMahon, Flinders University of SA, for sharing his commitment to entrepreneurial skills training with the team, and for his input into the curriculum.

Typesetting

Veronica Cox

Cover Design

Geoffrey Williams - Open Learning Unit

Art

Maya Roinich - CALS

Printed

State Print, Adelaide, South Australia

RECOMMENDATIONS

and

TIMELINE

for

ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT 2000


Approved by members of the
Curriculum Development Team
16 June 1994
at Adelaide Institute of TAFE

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ONGOING
ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 2000

1 That a core monitoring group be established.

2 That membership of the group be as follows, with current members of the project being targeted as representatives:

AUSTRALIA

2

(Adelaide Institute of TAFE)

INDIA

1

(CIVE)

PAKISTAN

1

(National Technical Teachers Training

   

College)

CHINA

1

(CITVE)

MALAYSIA

1

(Ministry of Education)

INDONESIA

1

(DTVE)

KOREA

1

(Inchon Ind Master’s College)

UNESCO

1

(PROAP)

3 That the Chairperson be appointed from Bangkok or Berlin.

4 That the purpose of the core monitoring group be as follows:

 

• to meet periodically, as required by the timelines to December 2000;
• to evaluate progress with the project;
• to decide about the direction of the project.

5 That a clearing house for entrepreneurial training support be established at Adelaide Institute. Funding costs for the clearing house are estimated as $37,000 (Australian) for the first year.

6 That a programme of accredited trainer training for teachers who will deliver these modules in each country, be established.

7 That funding be provided through central bodies - UNESCO, DEET - to continue this project through to the year 2000.

These recommendations arose from discussions of the Curriculum Group at Adelaide on Tuesday, 7 June 1994 and Tuesday, 14 June 1994.

TIMELINE
ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 2000
(UNEVOC)

June 1994

1

Development of exemplar curriculum (regional)

September 1994

2

Development of guidelines for curriculum adaptation (national)

October 1994
(timed for meeting in Bangkok)

3

Review of progress and preparation of further guidelines by monitoring group (regional)

December 1994

4

Training of facilitators for curriculum adaptation (regional)

February 1995

5

Curriculum adaptation/elaboration in countries/for target groups (national)

March 1995

6

Assigning instructional material development for exchange (regional)

June 1995

7

Development of exemplar instructional material (regional)

July- December 1995

8

Training teachers and other personnel (national)

January 1996 - December 1997

9

Pilot project on trialing of the adapted curriculum (two years) (national)

February 1998

10

Finalisation of the nationally adapted curriculum (national)

May 2000

11

Achieving a target in terms of numbers (nationally set)

December 2000

12

Final appraisal of the project (regional)

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