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Using Open and Educational Resources (OERs) and Wiki’s to Support Entrepreneurship Training in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institutions in Zambia
Though entrepreneurship training has been offered in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions in Zambia since 2000, there have been challenges of inadequate and inappropriate teaching resources ...
An Assessment of the performance of entrepreneurship and Flexible Skills Development Initiative in Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria
Chronic unemployment problem is plaguing the Nigerian society manifesting in young graduates from tertiary institutions roaming the streets in search of white-collar jobs without success. This has caused some of them great ...
Exploring pedagogical innovations for micro/small entrepreneurship training to SHG members through Open Distance Learning
In India, micro credit has been working largely through self-help groups (SHG), predominated by women. However, microfinance and skill building through micro-entrepreneurship education of rural poor are big challenges to ...
Training in Business Entrepreneurship Skills through Distance Learning
Training imparts skills and enriches the skills of people towards increasing productivity. Training is part of any business proposition not only to see its impact on sustainability of the organization but also to ensure ...
Entrepreneurial Skill Development: Harnessing Experience While Building Formal Knowledge and Qualifications in Business
Defining what it means to be an entrepreneur is no easy task. Harding (2006, p. 5) contends that one must ‘define the concept from the ground up’. Franco and Haase (2009, p. 637) maintain that a broader definition is ...
Accelerating Sustainable Development through Flexible Learning: Re-Orienting Entrepreneurship Education
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)
One approach to enhancing entrepreneurial activity and enterprise growth in developing countries is to create an ‘enterprise culture’. To achieve a widespread enterprise culture in the long run, education and training ...