The Entrepreneurship 12 course is designed to take students through the stages required to develop and begin to operate a business. It covers the personal characteristics that make an entrepreneur, the elements of a viable business, and helps the students assess strengths and weaknesses in order to make good choices about their enterprises. Modules 1 and 2 cover the necessary steps in writing a Business Plan. Modules 3 and 4 help students organize for operating a business and provide the opportunity to begin running a business of their own.
This course consists of four modules, with a consumable workbook for each module and no tests. There is a video segment for each section of the course.
Canadian Small Business, An Entrepreneur’s Plan
Entrepreneurship DVD 1
Entrepreneurship DVD 2
A DVD player is required for the DVDs.
Module 1: Getting Started
Section 1: The Making of An Entrepreneur; You, the Entrepreneur; The Enterprise
Section 2: Trends—Industry and Business; Goals and Timelines.
Section 3: What is a Business Plan?; Components of a Business Plan
Module 2: Developing Your Business Plan
Section 1: Marketing—Product, Packing, Place; Customer Profile; Target Marketing; Pricing; Promotion
Section 2: Business Operations; Product or Service; Location; Company Profile
Section 3: Legal Requirements; Forms of Business; Legal Risks
Section 4: Financial Issues; Financial Statements; Financing; Defining Your Financial Strategy
Section 5: Business Risks; Mission Statement; Business Plan Review.
Module 3: Preparing To Do Business
Section 1: Registration—Legal; Registration—Financial; Marketing—Promotional Material; Marketing— Sales Scripts; Marketing—Networking; Suppliers
Section 2: Business Stationery; Office Set-up: Office Supplies; Office Set-up: Office Equipment; Office Set-up: Accounting Procedures; Office Set-up: Filing System
Section 3: Security; Insurance.
Module 4: Doing Business
Section 1: Record Keeping—Time; Record Keeping—Money; Record Keeping—Inventory Administration—Correspondence; Administration—Meetings; Administration— Telephone
Section 2: Sales Cycle; Daily Sales Plan; Follow-up
Section 3: Assessing the Business; Business Growth—Expanding; Business Growth—Long-Term Planning; Image.
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