Level 1 Award in Passport to Enterprise and Employment
The participants will learn, identify, analyze, valuate and develop their own enterprising character and skills that can be transferred into self-employment and or into the workplace as an employee.
The participants will be able to identify potential customers, understand their needs and satisfy them. The participants will be able to create their own marketing strategy (including market research by using Internet) in order to promote their business by using modern technology including social media. The participants will be trained to deal correctly with workplace problems by linking the solutions to the FBV. The participants will be able to prepare their Profit and Loss Account (Basic Math calculations)
Learning outcomes include:
- Explain key entrepreneurial characteristics
- Identify own personal strengths and weaknesses in relation to self-employment
- Recognise ways in which a small business can gain and keep customers
- Identify which social media platform would be most suitable for own business
- Create own marketing strategy, identifying customers and branding approach
- Examine ways to measure customer satisfaction and plan how to respond to a range of responses
- Research competitors and identify opportunities and threats for own business
- Identify own leadership and management styles and give examples of how to solve issues in the workplace
This course is aimed at learners aged 19+ years.
The course will run for five days – starting Monday 18th February to Friday 22nd February 2019.
To enrol, please call Centre for Capacity Building & Enterprise Development on 0117 914 5472 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further info: The venue is fully accessible.