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Entrepreneurship Development Program

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Duration: 2 weeks

Fees: US$600

Course Dates:

20 – 30 July 2009

Course Objective

Managers are today expected to use entrepreneurial principles to ensure their businesses or projects yield profits or give a return on investment.  The main objective of this course is to equip you with the requisite knowledge and skills you need to organize, create and manage profitable ventures or make social change.

Target Audience

This course is designed for aspiring entrepreneurs and people who would like to develop or strengthen a climate of entrepreneurship in their organizations

Course Content

  • The nature of entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship: wealth, utility and welfare
  • Entrepreneurship and human decision making
  • Types of entrepreneurs
  • The entrepreneurial process
  • The entrepreneurial options
  • Making move to entrepreneurship
  • Resources in the entrepreneurial venture
  • The meaning of success
  • The business plan: an entrepreneurial tool
  • Gaining financial support issues and approaches
  • The dimensions of Business growth
  • Strategies for expansion

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General Information

Certification - The participants, upon successful attendance of each short course will be awarded an AMREF certificate of participation stipulating the topics covered.
Learning Resources:- Computer laboratory with internet access; A well-equipped clinical laboratory where trainees carry out practical examinations; A state-of-the-art health library which
provides access to information that is otherwise unavailable locally
Costs: - Training costs covers lunch, stationery, field trips and all course related learning materials.- Accommodation (US$ 48 per day) To cover half board accommodation (bed, dinner and breakfast) including daily transport to and from the training venue using the AMREF bus.
Mode of payment -  All payments to the course should be made two weeks to the commencement of each course in cheques payable to AMREF or through bank transfer to the AMREF account
Tailor made courses: AMREF organises customised short courses for groups of not less than 15 participants in health and health-related fields, tailored to the needs of individuals or organisations.
Our clients have included NGOs and Ministries of Health in Sudan, Malawi, Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Eritrea.
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