Be your own boss
Module 3 is part of the Socioeconomic Empowerment Toolkit. It has been created in the framework of PAPYRUS (Professional Action and Practice for Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers) project, which has been implemented in 2015-2018 period, in 5 European countries. Project purpose was to enable greater availability of toolkits aiming at inclusion and integration of young migrants.
- To introduce participants with the concept of entrepreneurship and the profile of entrepreneurs, as well as with the ways of starting an entrepreneurial business
- To learn how to start a business
- Encourage the entrepreneurial mindset of the participants and encourage them to consider starting their own business
Who are end users – training participants?
The module is intended for people who are (not) considering to start their own business.
What kind of resources and how to use them?
Every module part of the Socioeconomic Empowerment Toolkit is composed of sets of resources for preparation and delivery of a training. Some resources are intended only for educators, and are created in the form of written instructions on how to prepare and implement different segments of training, while some materials are intended for participants, to be used during and after the training.
WALKTHROUGH DOCUMENT is a document for educators, which describes the activity flow, from opening to completion of training, through the prism of the smallest segments of the training. In this document, educators are indicated when to introduce different segments in training sessions, and what materials they are supposed to use in that particular segment.
INSTRUCTIONS is a written document for educators on how to organize a particular task, play a game or a lead discussion. The document contains instructions on the size of the group and the method of work (individual, in pairs or groups), the way of organizing activities, the purpose of activities and what additional materials should be used in the implementation of the activity.
PRESENTATIONS are audiovisual materials to be used during a tutorial. Content of presentations should follow the content of the tutorial, displaying the pictures, graphs, key words or sentences from the tutorial. Presentations should not distract the attention of training participants by its content, colors or effects.
HANDOUTS are printed materials to be used by participants during a task or play. Handouts are distributed to participants by an assistant educator before the start of the task / play.
MODULE 3 CONTENT
1. Tutorial 1: Entrepreneurship concept
2. Tutorial 2: Entrepreneur characterology
3. Tutorial 3: Entrepreneur is capable of …
4. Tutorial 4: How to start a business?
5. Instruction 1: True entrepreneur
6. Instruction 2: Our rules
7. Instruction 3: Forming pairs
8. Instruction 4: What do I think entrepreneurship means
9. Instruction 5: Why entrepreneurship?
10. Instruction 6: Closest concept
11. Instruction 7: A’s & B’s
12. Instruction 8: My entrepreneurial DNA
13. Instruction 9: Boom
14. Instruction 10: My entrepreneurial competences
15. Instruction 11: My entrepreneurial endeavor
16. Instruction 12: Recapitulation of the day
17. Instruction 13: Evaluation of the day
18. Instruction 14: Just because
19. Instruction 15: Body movement
20. Instruction 16: Business pitching
21. Instruction 17: Introspection
22. Instruction 18: Invisible friend
23. Instruction 19: DNA of the successful entrepreneurs
24. Handout 1: Entrepreneurial DNA
25. Handout 2: My entrepreneurial competences
26. Handout 3: My entrepreneurial endeavor
27. Handout 4: Evaluation form
28. Presentation 1: Introduction to the module
29. Presentation 2: Entrepreneurship concept
30. Presentation 3: Entrepreneur characterology
31. Presentation 4: Entrepreneur is capable of …
32. Presentation 5: How to start a business?
33. Presentation 6: Business pitching
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