2009 BUSINESS TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN
We have the pleasure to present the 2009 Business Training programme for business women and aspiring women entrepreneurs.
Women Business Center continues to sustain the interest of women in its core principles and strategies. In this end, most of the regular trainings have been maintained to benefit more women.
Mindful of the socio-economic transformation process and economic downturn currently taking place in the world, we will promote productivity and efficient market in marginalized communities for the growth and development of the national economy on sustainable basis.
We begin the year with our usual 3-day workshops.
The objective of this training is to provide an opportunity for potential women entrepreneurs and business owners to gain innovative entrepreneurial skills, financial capacity, sharing of knowledge, skills training, and enterprise development in order to help them access market, networking and business opportunities.
ADVANCE TRAINING PROGRAMME
Business Training programmes such as, Business plan drafting, Management and Administration, Basic Book Keeping, Marketing and Feasibility Studies, cc and Tax Registration, Basic Computer Skills, Tendering, Customer Care, Effective Selling Techniques for Improved Sales, Staff Development, Networking sessions, Finance and Accounting lessons will be offered to women in Business as an advance training course.
The greatest restorer of pride, dignity and a sense of self is the ability and opportunity to take care of oneself and one’s family through earning a decent living to address basic needs for food, shelter, clothing, etc.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to produce and submit a bankable business plans that will be submitted to financial institutions for funding.
Aspiring and Women Business Owners
Poor and vulnerable grass roots women.
Young people deserving of special attention because of their role, situation and level of their vulnerability.
Women affected by the phenomenon of social exclusion, such as the HIV/AIDS, the disabled, and the unemployed.