THE SPARK SCHOOL OF ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

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The SPARK Immersion Course/ Programme has specifically been designed for aspiring entrepreneurs, Start-Ups & Fledging business owners in their first 7-years of operations. This course is primarily for greenhorns in tech, textile, trading, manufacturing, content creation and production to gain first-hand experience of Successfully starting or running a well-structured business in our environment.

Registration is open to the public and private sector, NGOs, and academia. University students who desire to gain practical knowledge of setting up and running a business.

To ensure proper engagement, interactive learning and the highest quality standards, a maximum of 20 participants will be allowed per batch for the internship field visits, 50 students per in-person class and 120 students virtually (managed in groups of 20 each) will be allowed. Slots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. At the end of the course, each student receives a PLLI SPARK certificate of completion.

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155,000.00

What's included

  • On-demand video
  • Class Readings
  • Class Assignments
  • Access to the self-paced reading & exercises to be completed within one week
  • Access on mobile and TV for those taking the course virtually
  • Certificate of SPARK Course Completion, upon graduation

Requirements

  • No prior business management or entrepreneurship knowledge is required or assumed

Audience

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs, Start-Ups & Fledging business owners in their first 7-years of operations.
  • They include greenhorns in tech, textile, trading, manufacturing, content creation, production, etc.
  • Anyone wanting to learn the truth about the subject of globalisation & the global economy.

What Will I Learn?

  • Participants will learn about the concept, driver, and effects of globalization.
  • Participants will also learn about how countries use comparative advantage This course shows how what started as limited trade in luxury goods among a few countries scaled and became global through technologyThis course shows how what started as limited trade in luxury goods among a few countries scaled and became global through technology

Michael Olusoji

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