“What Makes The Economy Work?” Army Cadets Embark on Enterprise Programme
Cultivating Enterprise skills within young people has been a passion of Ren Kapur MBE, Founder and CEO of XFE, long before XFE was established in 2013.
This time last year, fifteen Army cadets from across the South of England and South of Wales met up at the Cadet Training Center in Exeter, Devon, for the Enterprise for Life® programme. The programme offered knowledge into business and inspired an innovative approach to support, understanding and confidence on how the economy functions. In the finale, the cadets introduced their business thoughts in an engaging ‘Dragon’s Den’ style pitch!
We are delighted to be hosting another programme for the Army Cadets, this coming Friday. This all-encompassing programme will inspect five key areas of the economy to show what function they serve and how they fit together. Through hypothesis, practice and discussion, the workshops cultivate certainty and construct a comprehension of these vital segments of the economy, in particular:
By investigating the bigger financial cycle, the programme offers an important understanding into business and motivates a pioneering approach. The course will culminate in an engaging panel debate on one of the five subjects.
We can’t wait to share the thoughts and feedback from this next group of Army Cadets, stay connected with us on social media over the next few weeks, where we will be sharing highlights and insights from what will be an insightful and engaging programme for these young cadets.
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