Youth

Don’t have a career.
Innovate a future.

We are now entering an Apprenticeship Economy’ in which young people have to learn by doing. This generation increasingly defines itself by its enterprise in the 10,000hrs of graft by which it earns success.

The challenge for this generation is how to not have a career, because a linear career no longer exits for most. Today’s solution is to learn by doing — finding a start, learning on the job’, taking learned experiences forward and trading them into the next ones. From such an agile collection of work experiences, workers will formulate or stumble across their own north star’ … an empowered, resilient future in which purpose, talent and personal profit collide.

BIF is reframing its enterprise programmes towards building inspirational content and active learning around the notion of a BIF101 — a new dynamic path for people to move from education into learning by doing. 

The goal is to launch’ 101 as an experiential program; inspiring next-gen workers to embrace this dynamic future confidently, via exemplar stories and skills investment.

Pilot Program with West London Media School

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Matt and colleagues recently delivered a pared down BIF101 program in collaboration with Global Academy; setting the challenge of how to support emergent Artists establishing themselves with an early fanbase. 

Learning

Beginning with educating individual and team creativity.

Doing

Applied creative collaboration using Artists briefs.

Presenting

Showcasing team results and giving feedback.

Future-Proofing New-Gen Workers

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BIF101 is the starting-out program to future-proof new-gen workers. We are in the final process of packaging the content and delivery mechanics prior to the next beta release. 

What's Next

Powershop

Creating ideas to better make, move and use energy.

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Vivobarefoot

Capturing the colours of adventurous creativity.

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Outdoor Classroom Day

Using nature to inspire solutions to real-life problems.

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