What you'll learn
The LRN Level 3 Certificate in Entrepreneurship for European Creative Industries is designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to understand the key aspects of working within the Creative Industries and to be able to analyse how these are applied in practice. Course assignments require learners to reflect upon how the concepts covered within the classroom-based element of the course are put into practice in their job, work experience or within the context of developing their own creative business or project.
Creative Industries Qualifications
The LRN Level 3 Certificate in Entrepreneurship for European Creative Industries is aimed at learners who are already working in the creative industries, or are planning to do so in the future. It is designed to be delivered alongside employment, work experience or volunteering and will enable learners to work effectively in the creative industries. The qualification comprises 4 mandatory units.
Candidates for the LRN Level 3 Certificate in Entrepreneurship for European Creative Industries may include those who are:
1. People already working in a Creative Industries context or hoping to move intoCreative Industries in the near future.
2. Those who are interested in developing their own creative business or project.
3. Those gaining work experience or volunteering in a Creative Industries context
Candidates should meet at least one of the criteria below:
– have a minimum of 5 GCSEs at A-C grades, including English and Maths
– have a full Level 2 qualification in a related area, such as Art, Design, Multi-media orCraft Skills. Where potential candidates have extensive prior experience as a Creative Industries practitioner – either on a paid or voluntary basis – but lack academic or relevant vocational qualifications, centres may offer a place on the course subject to Functional Skills assessment.
Mode of Delivery
This qualification has been designed to be delivered within centres or via distance learning. Centres will need to demonstrate to LRN, through the centre recognition processes, that they have the resources, facilities and competence to deliver through either method. Centres may apply to offer through both means if so desired. However, centres must be able to demonstrate, in line with LRN’s criteria, that they have the means, capability, capacity and resources (including suitably qualified centre staff) to deliver by the method chosen by the centre.
Language of Assessment
LRN aims to use English that is plain, clear, free from bias and appropriate to all learners. LRN will ensure the assessment materials, stimuli and the assessment itself is carried out in English.