Small Business Charter Award: Assessment and Reassessment Workshop
Tuesday 21 May, London
This workshop will give an overview of, and practical guidance about, the application and assessment/re-assessment process for the Small Business Charter Award.
The in-depth programme focuses on the three pillars of the SBC’s assessment criteria and the evidence required to gain credit in these sections:
- Small Business Support for Growth
- Stakeholder Engagement to Support Growth
- Encouraging Student Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.
Delivered by senior faculty and entrepreneurs the workshop is an opportunity to hear about the 'Assessment Journey' and the benefits of the process.
Managing Director, Halls Food Group and Chairman, Bako NW Group Ltd.
Associate Dean and Director of Enterprise, Cardiff School of Management
The workshop will enable delegates to gain an insight into:
- The application and the assessment criteria
- The application and the assessment process
- Benefits of the SBC award to the business school and to the wider University
- Success stories from an award holding school
There will be plenty of time for Q&A in each session.
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Who Should Attend
Directors and Heads of enterprise departments, Managers, Lecturers, and university support staff who are currently working on the SBC application or would like to explore the value of the award before beginning to work on the application.
This workshop will also benefit schools who are in the process of re-assessment to maintain their SBC award.
About the SBC award
The Small Business Charter Award recognises business schools for engagement with small businesses. The Charter award is a valuable kitemark that helps to raise the profile of business schools and offers opportunities to network with like-minded organisations, share best practice, and discuss common challenges and possible solutions to overcome them.
There are currently 36 schools holding the SBC award and the assessment criteria is rigorous to ensure schools meet the quality mark. The assessment process involves completing an application form, followed by a visit by a panel to evaluate the evidence cited in the application. Business Schools will receive feedback and suggestions from experts on areas to enhance the business school’s current work.