Creating Enterprise bring the Social Enterprise Academy to Wales

Creating Enterprise bring the Social Enterprise Academy to Wales

Creating Enterprise in partnership with the Wales Co-operative Centre are bringing the Social Enterprise Academy to Wales. Thanks to our sponsors Travis Perkins, Brenig and Seddon, we are privileged to have secured the licence to set up innovative Wales-wide leaning and development programmes for companies, social enterprises and public bodies.

The Social Enterprise Academy  will be using the model trailblazed in Scotland that’s now been replicated across more than a dozen countries.

We offer a variety of learning programmes at introductory through to advanced level supporting organisations through each stage of growth. The programmes help people to focus, reflect, plan and act on the areas that will make their organisations more successful:

Leadership – Exploring their leadership of themselves and others

Enterprise – Being more entrepreneurial and growing their business

Learning – Developing the skills, mindsets and cultures that create great organisations

Social Impact – Measuring and communicating their social impact

The Social Enterprise Academy is a key part of the organisation’s ambitious growth plan and will also be using the profits for the benefit of Cartrefi Conwy tenants

Sharon Jones, Business Partnership Manager says “ We are very proud to have bought the licence to Wales for the first time. It’s a big coup for Creating Enterprise. It’s essentially learning and development programmes with four key themes which are leadership, enterprise, learning and social impact. We are aiming it at business sectors right across North Wales. It’s about people who have walked the walk sharing insights into their success as business leaders. We can help people to transform themselves, their teams and their organisations so that they have more impact.”

The Social Enterprise Academy Wales are running their first programme with Cartrefi Conwy called ‘Developing My Leadership’ enabling staff to develop a greater understanding of what leadership is and explore the kind of leader they want to be.

Find out more at https://www.socialenterprise.academy/wales

Posted on: May 16, 2019