Teaching entrepreneurship, is not an easy task with some instead preferring to believe that entrepreneurship cannot be taught and others defaulting to teaching those start-up topics that only mask as useful, but do not come close to helping participants understand how to “do” entrepreneurship. Agawa Training Group has been proudly teaching entrepreneurship and working with startups for more than twenty years.
The goal of entrepreneurship training should not be to teach a laundry lists of content that is easily gleaned from internet searches, instead it should focus on teaching skills and process; shaping attitudes; and, instilling confidence.
Entrepreneurship can be taught, but not in the way that you would teach many other subjects. Similar to teaching a sport, one cannot just teach theory and not have the students of the game actually “do” the sport. Entrepreneurship educators must promote an environment of doing and experiencing rather than talking and telling.
Our programs are custom designed based on the client and can be taught concurrently, or spaced over time and designed as either professional development or, in an intensive or semestered post-secondary environment. We employ a contemporary approach to entrepreneurship and all sessions are fast-paced, interactive, focus on learning and doing, and are unlike what you have seen before. They promote self confidence and a seeking, experimenting, learning attitude among participants. We also work with clients to design programs and train trainers.
Contact us to learn more about how we can customize a program for you.