Dedicated and committed teachers are absolutely integral to our programme because they are our direct interface with our Entrepreneur Society members, and importantly, they promote entrepreneurship, and are responsible for sharing our content with our young learners. Exposure to entrepreneurship learnings also empowers our educators; not only can it broaden their scope and general knowledge, but can also add value to how they bring across lesson work in the classroom.
Do you see the value and importance of teaching entrepreneurship in schools? Do you want to play a role in developing our youth to their full potential? Do you embrace the principle of continuous learning? Then this course is for you!
The training programme covers the following:
- Programme overview, i.e. What are societies? Why are societies necessary in the school context?
- Entrepreneur Society structure, i.e. Community Entrepreneur Societies, Schools’ Entrepreneur Societies, University Entrepreneur Societies
- Strategy and intent for setting up Entrepreneur Societies
- Modules/course material
- The Grand Finale
- Ongoing support for potentially viable businesses
- Sustainability of the programme, i.e. towards a digital platform
- Fundraising strategies and financial support
- Regional, provincial, national, and international competition
2 – 3 hours either after school, on weekends, or during school holidays. A suitable time will be determined with input from the group to be trained.
R1,000 per teacher. Teachers to be trained are at the school’s discretion, and there is no limit to the number of teachers who can enrol. Headmasters/principals are also able to participate.
For more information about the course, kindly contact Nadia Snyders on 021 788 2775 or email@example.com.