Entrepreneurship 6N1941

495.00

This Entrepreneurship course is a minor award, specifically designed to support the potential entrepreneur to understand the theory and concept of entrepreneurship with a view to taking on the attributes and skills needed to become an entrepreneur in today’s business environment

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This Entrepreneurship course is a minor award, specifically designed to support the potential entrepreneur to understand the theory and concept of entrepreneurship with a view to taking on the attributes and skills needed to become an entrepreneur in today’s business environment. Areas covered also include the theory, entrepreneurship qualities and skills and attributes. It will cover Intrapreneurship, and innovation within a larger organisation, as well as learning how to self-assess. Central to this role is understanding businesses, pivoting and the importance of adopting an innovative approach within different types of businesses/ social contexts.  Areas covered include how to;

  • Evaluate the principles and practice of entrepreneurship in a range of business and social innovation environments
  • Evaluate current concepts of business and social entrepreneurship, to include a comparative assessment of each and with reference to other methods of administration and management
  • Reflect on how the concept of entrepreneurship has evolved nationally and internationally, to include examples of historical and modern entrepreneurship
  • Complete a self-assessment of entrepreneurial skills, values and attributes, to include consideration of how these can be applied in a particular industry, social environment or organisation
  • Promote entrepreneurial skills, values and attributes in others, to include members of a project team
  • Adopt an entrepreneurial approach to ongoing projects and work, to include identifying skills requirements, current issues and obstacles, innovative solutions, and strategies to handle risk and/or failure
  • Plan a new venture or project, to include details of required human, financial, physical and technical resources
  • Seek funding and other resource requirements to support progress and success
  • Manage ongoing projects and tasks, to include adjusting strategies and proposed solutions as required
  • Monitor the short- to medium-term impact of the entrepreneurial approach adopted, to include areas for improvement and opportunities for further growth

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