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This lesson forms part of ten lessons adapted for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) or alternative learning needs (ALN). Download our navigation guide to explore the full range of SEND and ALN adapted LifeSkills resources.
The activities focus on helping students understand what it means to be enterprising and creative, and how this can help them in a variety of workplace situations.
Key learning outcomes for this lesson include:
Identifying a range of different enterprise skills
Recognising the different ways to demonstrate creativity and that being creative can be fun.
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This lesson is designed to help students with SEND/ALN identify what networking is, what skills they need to network well and how it can help them in their career.