The academy - which was formerly known as the National Enterprise Academy - was founded by Jones in 2009, and aims to help young people develop the skills to run successful businesses.
What does NEA stand for?
NEA stands for National Enterprise Academy (UK)
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On leaving college, Grant Ridley was immediately accepted on the National Enterprise Academy - the brainchild of Dragons' Den star Peter Jones.
These qualifications have been developed in association with the National Enterprise Academy, which was founded by Dragons' Den star Peter Jones.
LONDON, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- - Boardroom Meets Classroom in New National Enterprise Academy Entrepreneur and 'Dragon's Den' judge Peter Jones has today unveiled a plan to shift the boardroom firmly into the classroom by establishing a new National Enterprise Academy, dedicated to unlocking entrepreneurial talent among teenagers from all educational backgrounds.
5m to specifically encourage more women entrepreneurs, is establishing a National Enterprise Academy offering skills training and qualifications to 16 to 19-year-olds, is providing specific support for young entrepreneurs and the over 50s and is introducing a set of detailed measures promoting business mentoring, work placements, skills training, improved careers advice on self-employment and access to business support.
The strategy, titled Enterprise: Unlocking the UK's Talent makes a case for the creation of a National Enterprise Academy, offering skills training and qualifications to 16-19 year olds, support for young entrepreneurs, the over 50s and women.
CAPTION(S): Chancellor Alistair Darling talks to pupils at the launch of a new National Enterprise Academy at Swanlea School Business and Enterprise College in east London Picture, SANG TAN/PA