Study the Entrepreneurship Certificate for just $50 per week with Ezypay or 4 x fortnightly payments with Afterpay 100% online from the comfort of your own home.
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$50 Per Week on a Flexible Payment Plan
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Qualification: Entrepreneurship Certificate
Delivery: 100% online, no classroom required. Study this course from the comfort of your own home, anywhere in Australia.
Duration: 32 Study Hours
Start Date: Start Anytime. When You’re Ready.
Course Fees Include:
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Assessments are short answer and multiple choice
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1. Upfront Payment of $249 + 37% Off + Free Paid Apple-style Airpods
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3. Payment Plan $50 per week. Total cost is $400. ($50 deposit + 7 weeks x $50)
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Successful entrepreneurs are not born – they are self made. If you dream about walking in the footsteps of great entrepreneurs, take the first step with our Entrepreneurship Course. It takes skills, drive, a grand vision and lots of hard work to turn a business into a success story. You need the right foundations first, before you make mistakes that could cost you dearly.
The job description of an entrepreneur is as varied as the entrepreneurs themselves. The owner of a small business may perform many or all tasks having to do with their company, while the owner of a larger business may be able to afford to hire staff to do everything for them. Generally, an entrepreneur’s main job is to make sure their business is turning a profit.
There are certain tasks involved with starting and maintaining a business, and some of them include:
- Conducting market research for information about potential customers and competition
- Writing a business plan for structure and to attract partners or investors
- Funding the business by raising money, appealing to investors, or taking a loan
- Choosing a location, whether physical or online
- Getting the proper licenses and accounts in order to pay taxes and operate legally
- Developing and implementing a marketing plan to attract customers
- Hiring and managing employees
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