The program in entrepreneurship develops modern thinking about starting up and running a business for youth and young adults who want to pursue their careers within a business where they have technical vocational skills. The program objective is to generate more resourceful labor and capacity building that understand the entrepreneurship and business.
The program will give the students skills that make them able to handle the everyday challenges they meet when they start the new business.
The course focuses on entrepreneurship include finding good business ideas, working on the ideas, finding customers, taking care of the customers, different forms of marketing, business plan, and financing of the business.
An entrepreneur supplies risk capital as a risk taker, and monitors and controls the business activities. The entrepreneur is usually a sole proprietor, a partner, or the one who owns the majority of shares in an incorporated venture.
The students that complete will achieve a document that is a part of the education for skilled workers on level Tec 1 (International level ISCED 2011: level 2, first year).
The program described in this document is a 6-month program (embedded in the vocational programs) giving skills that make the student able to understand and run business for a skilled worker:
Introduction weeks 4 weeks
Course weeks 20 weeks
The course “You Can Start as an Entrepreneur” is a basic course that helps you to work on your ideas as entrepreneur.