City College Brighton and Hove is launching a ten-week course in the New Year aimed at budding entrepreneurs. ‘Starting Your Own Business’ covers areas such as legal and regulatory requirements, marketing and selling a product or service, the financial needs of a business and the key elements of starting and running a business. These will be developed and incorporated over the duration of the course into a professional Business Plan.
Dawn Howard, City College’s Team Leader for Employment-Based Professional Studies said: "This course is ideal for enthusiastic individuals who perhaps have a good business start-up idea but need to understand the fundamentals of getting a business off the ground and the type of skills and qualities that they’ll need to develop to make the enterprise sustainable."
About City College Brighton and Hove: Situated in the heart of Brighton and graded ‘Outstanding’ in key areas by Ofsted in its June 2011 report, City College Brighton and Hove is an international centre of vocational excellence and one of the top performing Further Education Colleges in the country. Every year, 2,000 full-time, 7,000 part time, 400 Higher Education and 400 14-16 year old students as well as many international and European students choose City College as their place of further and higher education training. In addition, the College provides training to over 2,000 businesses via its ‘City Business Skills’ department which focuses on employer training needs. Offering over 700 courses from basic level right through to business and postgraduate training, City College is working with its partners to develop the workforce of the future.
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