Introductory booklet for participants to read when undertaking the full Exploring how to start and run a business course. This booklet is aligned with ILM's Preparing for Enterprise Certificate course.
Ready To Manage has assembled a brand new, up-to-date and comprehensive program on how to get ready to run an entrepreneurial business well before you start the process (or run it even more effectively if you have already commenced!). This course is designed to be delivered in a blended learning package with six pre-designed evening seminars (which have fully scripted notes for the facilitators), five full e-learning modules and a full assessment system for course participants. There are five modules plus a "building the business plan" unit in the Preparing for Enterprise program-one module at VRQ level 2 Award level and four more to gain the full level 2 Certificate:
��� Assessing your Readiness for Enterprise
��� Exploring the legal and regulatory requirements
��� Exploring how to market and sell a product or service
��� Exploring the financial needs of a business
��� Exploring how to start and run a business (operational excellence)
��� Building the Business Plan
These resources are aimed at any individual who is or who might like to become an entreprenueur. The materials are therefore geared to increasing individual readiness to tackle the life of being an entrepreneur (of any kind). This is hugely beneficial to those who want to press on to do it for real and to those who may want to do more preparation, wait longer or even choose not to go down this path.
Apart from the from the overall benefit of outlining a wide range of entrepreneurial ideas and how they are best executed, all individuals gain a critical insight into their overall readiness to start an entrepreneurial enterprise (now or at some point in the future).
This product is a downloadable PDF. By purchasing this product, you are entitled to print one copy for your use. Photocopying and distributing the booklet to others would be a violation of the copyright. Print licenses for additional copies are available in the webstore.