- Learners will need to be able to guide themselves in their decision making and look for the most relevant elements to arrive at concrete and tangible results.
- Learners will have to integrate the transversal part of this dimension, i.e., Integrate the social part of the subject.
3.Learners will have to rely on innovative thinking and conceptualizations in order to perfect their pathways and the novelties they have acquired.
- Identify the market you want to enter. A good marketing result requires in-depth market research and customer knowledge.
- Once you have an idea, in most cases it will need to be fine-tuned/organised and developed (budgets, financing…) before it can become a commercial concept.
- Guidelines and orientations in the labour market prioritise and promote jobs and entrepreneurial initiatives linked to sustainability.
Entrepreneurship is characterized by the ability to act in anticipation of future problems, needs or changes. This dimension includes 8 learning units formulated in the guide.
Course 3 aims to:
- Enable the senior learner to act in his/her role as a mentor-entrepreneur in the fields of social innovation.
- Promote the importance and benefits of the Silver Economy, providing tools for its implementation.
- Encourage the knowledge and skills, focus on the senior learner’s ability to become self-employed and maximize his/her potential for transforming societal challenges into business solutions.
- Lectures 27
- Quizzes 8
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 8
- Assessments Yes