The main aim of the course is to provide participants (and indirectly students) with knowledge and skills in basic economics and the functioning of the market and the development of entrepreneurial broadly defined attitudes, including openness and creativity in planning their own activities.
The participants acquire the ability to improve and develop their own talents, ideas, gain aims, find the best way to become an active member of a project team.
Through detailed workshops and simulations, this interactive training delivers a comprehensive knowledge of establishing own business, the creation of new teams.
- Knowledge of defining and strengthen the entrepreneurial attitudes
- Ability to develop own creativity and others´
- Ability to improve an individual potential of a student
- Knowledge how to offer own skills and knowledge to market needs
- Ability to define a concrete target of a project
- Ability to create an attractive team for a special project
- Knowledge to define and apply the abilities of “quasi” perfect teacher and “quasi” perfect student
- Capacity to apply SWOT analysis for the best teacher in the world
- Capacity to develop an individual entrepreneurship
- Day 1: Enterprise and entrepreneurship. Shool as an enterpise
Presentation of the course participants
Different definitions of a word “entrepreneurship”. Points of view about entrepreneurship. A Davidsson´s definition
Entrepreneurship as an economic entity (a firm)
Basic rules of business management
Types of enterprise´s functions
Enterprise´s gains and targets definitions
School as an enterprise: characteristics, targets, results, gain.
Success of a school as an enterprise
Business ethics. Teachers´ethics
- Day 2: An enterprising teacher, an enterprising student, an enterprising project manager
Entrepreneurship as an indivivdual human feature of human personality
Human personality´s classification
Features of a good entrepreneur/businessman
Features of a good school director or a project manager
Features of a good enterprising teacher
Features of a good enterprising student
Teacher´s limits and how to overcome these limitations
Balance between the conscious mind and the adaptive unawareness
- Day 3: Enterprising work team at school
Enterprising as an organization (institution). Different definitions of an organization
Types of organization
The organization´s relationship
School as an organization or institution: the organization relationships at school
Professional relationship between teacher and student
Work organization in the enterprise
Creating an entrepreneurial work team to carry out a project
Types and structures of a work team
Classification of roles in the work team
Stages of the work team organization
Defining and creating the workplaces of a new work team
- Day 4: Perfect teacher, perfect student. Application of a student potential
Enterprising and moder school. Individual approach to the student
Classification of four basic student types
Types os students by Edumaster
Principles of working with a group of people with different personality types. Tips to increase work team´s efficiency
A class like a Smurf´s village. Students classification by Gargamel
Features and predispositions of “almost” an ideal student. Student´s potential
Features and predispositions of “almost” an ideal taecher
Application of a student potential
Building a relationship between teacher and student
- Day 5: Application of a business plan and a SWOT analysis at school
Definition of a business plan
Business plan: functions, roles, schemas, elements
School project. Business plan by an enterprising teacher
Rules of a business plan creating
Criteria for assessing the business plan
SWOT analysis: a process stages
Main strategies based on a SWOT matrix
Determining the strengths and weaknesses of participants
Building career paths
SWOT matrix application for a teacher´s self-esteem.
Creating of a business plan for selected school project
The methodology used is a mixture between theoretical training and workshops training based on real-life examples. Different methods enable the participants to develop and create their solutions for their own professional needs and the needs of their students.
Practical part contains creating business-plan getting and analyzing real information from the project world . There are schedules, graphics, brainstorming techniques and tests used to achieve needed results.
By completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Strengthen entrepreneurial attitude among students.
- Access to a new network of teachers across Europe inspires new ideas, teaching methods and problem solving.
- Determine the group of students who will become successful team
- Encourage students to entrepreneurial activities, to provide the benefits of owning own ideas
- Lead the project of creating a business plan with students.
- Encourage students to earn satisfaction from their own hobby.
- Identify the strengths and weaknesses of individual projects and individual persons
- Pre-arrival information.
- Tuition & training materials.
- Coffee break.
- Training Certificate.
- Europass Certificate.
- Admin & organizational costs.
- Accommodation (hotels & self-catering apartments).
- Half-day and one-day trips.
- Cultural activities.
- Airport transfer.
- Local transport.