First payment: 01/05/2020
Entrepreneurs Online Program Bizteens (13-15yrs) Instructor-led
R 295.00 on the 1st of each month for 4 months and a R 650.00 sign-up fee
Enable your child to become the author of his/her own destiny by having the business and entrepreneurial mindset skills that’s needed to participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The sky is the limit – if you are equipped!
|Weekly Hours||1 hour per week on fixed schedule|
|Commitment||1 lesson per week of 75 min over 15 weeks|
|Suitable Ages||13-15 years (7th-9th Grade)|
|Type or course||Online Learning program|
The BizTeens programme allows teens to start a “real” business that can sustain itself throughout their high school years and even thereafter. Students will be exposed to the processes and traits / behaviors associated with entrepreneurial success. Students will acquire the basic business knowledge and skills that are prerequisites for becoming a successful entrepreneur. The skills learned through this programme boosts workplace readiness and essential EQ skills.
AVAILABLE TIME SLOTS PER WEEK FOR THIS PROGRAM
Once you enroll below, you will simply choose your preferred time-slot for us to enroll you in.
The main goal behind the BizTeens program is to expose teens to the world of work and entrepreneurship. We allow the students to experiment with starting a business and the processes and behaviors associated with entrepreneurial success and failures. Students are taken through a step by step process of the entrepreneurial cycle.
BUSINESS SAVVY TOPICS
- What do businesses and entrepreneurs do?
- Deciding on a product
- Naming my business
- Designing a logo
- Setting business goals
- Identifying my target market
- My product design
- My production line
- Setting a selling price
- Calculating profit?
- Identifying features and benefits?
- My Marketing Plan?
- Final preparations for market day
- Conclusion and recap
THIS IS WHAT SOME OF OUR AMAZING CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
“I have learned that I am in charge of my life. I feel empowered and confident about the future. I want to start a business and employ other people – and become rich”