Unit Code: AE82CY006
Credit Value: 3
Unit ID: CCY699
Sector: 15.3 Business Management Last registration date: 31/07/2017
Purpose and Aim:
The learner will:
The learner can:
Understand the characteristics and values of a social enterprise.
List three features of a social enterprise as defined by current guidance and regulatory reform.
Describe three of the values and standards guiding the conduct of a social enterprise.
Understand the implications and potential benefits of a social enterprise.
Describe the types of businesses that can become social enterprises.
List four consequences of becoming a social enterprise.
Identify four potential benefits of becoming a social enterprise.
Know how the different forms of social enterprise can be applied to an organisation.
Outline the main structures of the different forms of social enterprise.
List the key decision making processes and liability protection involved in each.
Understand the different ways social enterprises generate income.
List four types of income generating activities available to social enterprises.
Assess the potential consequences and benefits of each form of income generation.
Identify funding restrictions - ie restricted funds, refusal of central costs.
Understand the legal obligations of officers within a social enterprise.
Outline the roles and responsibilities of the various officers within a social enterprise.
List the legal requirements in relation to the various regulatory bodies.
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