Are you considering starting your own business? Are you ready to quit your job, and ready to open an office? Have you got the resources to get started?
This first course in the Global Small Business Program course helps you evaluate your personal readiness for entrepreneurship, and consider the skills and knowledge you will need to succeed
In addition, you will be able to examine the range of options open to you in starting up, including looking in some detail at franchising as an alternative. We will also consider some of the major challenges in business, and the reasons why new busineses can fail - know how to avoid the pitfalls.
You will also find a range of downloadable resources to help you make the decision, and to select a pathway to business which best meets your needs and circumstances.
The contents of this course include:
- Assessing your Entrepreneurship profile
- The Skills and Knowledge required to run a Business
- Business Start-up options
- Buying into a Franchise
- Risks and Challenges of Start-ups
- Taking the first steps
Suitable For: All Learners
Course Duration: 8 Hours
Course Access Duration: You will have access to your course for 90 days from date of purchase
Assessment: Online Quizzes
Certification: Completion Certificate
Resources: Learners' Manual, Articles and workbooks
ILM Equivalence: E.201 - Assessing own suitabily for Enterprise