Student Startup Program

Introduction to Enterprise Learning

Program Overview

The Introduction to Enterprise Learning – provides a structured, virtual entrepreneurial extension program to secondary school students in Victoria build critical entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial skills.


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Curriculum Focus
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Entrepreneurial
  • Critical & Creative Thinking
  • Personal
  • Social
  • Ethical
Success Criteria
  • Justify enterprise opportunities
  • Explain Start-up and lean methodology theories
  • Develop prototypes of business model solutions

In partnership with Melbourne Innovation Centre, this program provides a series of five, 90 minute on-line modules. The key differentiator of this program is its practical delivery model, which can be delivered by the Tech School as convenient for the school. Students will have a unique opportunity to work in small groups and learn from experienced entrepreneurs, to develop problem solving and execution skills.

Students are presented with societal or market challenges with enterprise opportunities and need to develop rapid prototyping business model solutions. Using a range of tools and methodologies, students will work through the critical elements of Start-up and lean methodology theories and will be supported to develop solutions and receive feedback from real, potential customers.

Year Level

Year 8-12


5 x 90 minute modules

Industry Focus


Industry Partners

Delivered in partnership with Melbourne Innovation Centre. Supported by BNLLEN, HWLLEN & Argo Foundation.

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Hume and Whittlesea LLEN logo
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Skills Focus


Technologies Available