For students 16-21 years old
This practice-based learning course seeks to unlock students' entrepreneurial and leadership skills and make them more work-ready.
Students gain a set of tools and mechanisms to help them cope with all aspects of leading and managing the innovation process - from identifying problems to applying solutions in practice.
The course comprises these 5 units:
Unit 1. Positive beliefs about creativity. Students learn to see creativity as a powerful force for change and success and take responsibility for their creativity.
Unit 2. Creativity skills set. Students improve the visual cognition (thinking in images), idea-generation, and team-creativity (generating ideas in a team) skills.
Unit 3. Creative personality traits. Students are encouraged to cultivate such characteristics as: being proactive, passionate, hard-working, brave, curious, open, independent, resilient, with strong sense of self-confidence, self-efficacy and self-realization.
Unit 4. Ethical creativity. Students learn to generate ideas withing the ethical framework of the common good.
Unit 5. Practical creativity. Students learn our ‘Five-Step Practical Creativity Framework’, a step-by-step approach to being creative in real life. They practice how to:
Upon completion of the course, Students receive our certificate which qualify them to join our Creative Workforce Placement programme that aims to place them into paid internships at leading organisations.
To enrol, students have to do a simple assessment test online.
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CEL is delivered currently online only
Starting date: 16 September 2021
Duration: 10 weeks
Targeted age: 16-21 years old
Places are limited