Ultra ‘Charting’ Students to Success!

Team Ultra have been fortunate to work with thousands of young people in our entrepreneurial education workshops to start a business from what they love; partnering with schools, local authorities and organisations such as The Big Community Fund and UnLtd.

It is truly amazing to see the development of our young entrepreneurs from start to finish of our programmes in a wide variety of areas. Our young people are not only able to launch their own business but develop confidence, resilience, public speaking, presentation skills and lots more skills. These skills can often be used in diverse circumstances in their day-to-day lives, academic work and potentially for future employment.

In order to support our kid and teenpreneur’s development, Ultra are utilising innovative, radial charts (shown above) to help our students understand their strengths, areas for development and progress during their journeys on our programmes.

This is a quick and easy to understand method of tracking and showcasing our individual and collective student’s progress for their own awareness; as well as for parents and stakeholders. These charts are included with each young entrepreneur’s final report as commemoration of their progress at the end of our programmes. The chart above is one we prepared for our stakeholders and shows:

  • Average first recorded score for each measure after week 1
  • Average final score for each measure
  • Average overall score for each outcome
  • Average overall score for ALL outcomes

If you would like to learn more about the data behind these charts and how we measure performance, give us a call (0800 211 8133) or drop us an email (info@ultra.education). We’d love to hear from you!

We look forward to utilising radial charts to support the progression and success of young entrepreneurs going forward!

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