Creative InternPrize : Training on Start-up

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Creative InternPrize has produced training content and resources for trainers and students on the subject of Start-ups.

The training resources are intended for use in organisations that provide vocational education and training, higher education and youth leadership.

Creative InternPrize Training pack on Start-ups

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Creative InternPrize is also promoting the use of training coming from two other projects because the content and activities therein can help trainers give a complete entrepreneurship and start-up training to their students.

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The principal aim of the YEA project is to Promote Entrepreneurship Education and Social Entrepreneurship among young people by integrating entrepreneurship training into youth services in the field of creative, performing and digital arts. Rather than viewing entrepreneurship just as a means to self-employment, YEA is built on the premise that entrepreneurship is a transversal skill of relevance to all young people because of the numerous ways it can be employed to further their goals.

Although the Youth Enterprise Through Arts classroom course is designed as a complete curriculum, each module can be used as a stand-alone session. Therefore, each module starts with a basic introduction about the topic which can be skipped if you use more than one module or the whole course.

You do not need to use the materials in any particular order. If you want to concentrate on a specific topic you can jump in at your point of interest – although using the whole course is suggested.

This Youth Enterprise Through Arts classroom course is accompanied by an extra course designed for phones and tablets. This module can be accessed via the online training course.

YEA is an Erasmus+ project Strategic Partnership for Youth 2014-2016

Classroom Course Components

The syllabus of the Youth Enterprise through Arts classroom course is di­vided into nine different units called modules, each of them focusing on different aspects of entrepreneurship skills:

Module 1: Creative Enterprise

Module 2: Creative Me

Module 3: Entrepreneurial Mind Set

Module 4: What’s the Big Idea

Module 5: Check it Out… Do Your Research

Module 6: The Marketing Mix

Module 7: Profit from Imagination

Module 8: Getting it Right

Module 9: Presenting the Idea

Each Module has three different training resources:

  1. A Tutors Guide – this outlines the aims, learning outcomes and usage of each module.
  2. A Powerpoint/PDF Presentation – again this is to be used in conjunction with the Tutor’s Guide, this is a suggested course and includes the materials and activities. If it is your first time delivering the course, this is a good starting point.
  3. Additional Tutor Resources- such materials can add value and compliment both the tutors guides and the presentations.

 

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CEO created training content and resources for entrepreneurs in the creative sector, enabling them to harness online business models. We aim to get small creative sector entrepreneurs selling successfully online in thirty days.

The course is designed for teachers, lecturers and tutors teaching, encouraging and supporting creative entrepreneurs in the field of Creative Industries.

For teachers and tutors the course will look at the importance of developing individuals’ existing creative ideas, finding new ways to integrate high quality entrepreneurship education into existing services and structures by training these individuals.

For those interested in the Creative industries, the course will help them gain a better understanding of the actual industry, how to develop their entrepreneurial skills and how highly employers value innovative individuals. The goal of the course is to empower individuals to become creative entrepreneurs through online services.

Although the Creative Entrepreneurs Online classroom course is designed as a complete curriculum, each module can be used as a stand-alone session. Therefore, each module starts with a basic introduction about the topic which can be skipped if you use more than one module or the whole course.

You do not need to use the materials in any particular order. If you want to concentrate on a specific topic you can jump in at your point of interest – although using the whole course is suggested.

This Creative Entrepreneurs Online classroom course is accompanied by an extra course designed for phones and tablets. This module can be accessed online.

Classroom Course Components

The syllabus of the Youth Enterprise through Arts classroom course is di­vided into seven different units called modules, each of them focusing on different aspects of cultural creative industries and entrepreneurship:

Module 1: Why Sell Online

Module 2: Ready to get Started Selling Online

Module 3: Online Marketplaces for Selling your products

Module 4: Monetise your Knowledge and Sell your Skills

Module 5: Successfully Selling Online

Module 6: Ecommerce Pricing to get Paid

Module 7: The Small Print

Each Module has two different training resources:

  1. A Tutors Guide – this outlines the aims, learning outcomes and usage of each module.
  2. A PowerPoint presentation – again this is to be used in conjunction with the Tutor’s Guide, this is a suggested course and includes the materials and activities. If it is your first time delivering the course, this is a good starting point

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