Enhance your professional future by learning about the essential elements of entrepreneurship.
During this class, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Develop an understanding of the difference between an employee and an employer
- Examine motivation, required skills, potential flaws and weaknesses
- Discuss managing fear and uncertainty
- Establish what one may need to know to become a successful entrepreneur
- Learn what to consider when choosing your type of business
- Gain an introduction to the elements involved in writing a business plan
- Learn about the basics of various financing methods
In addition to the standard curriculum and discussion, this class may also feature experts who have successfully launched their own businesses.
- Self-assess readiness to start a small business
- Establish a personal and professional work plan for self-employment
- Network and communicate with small business owners
Who Should Take this Class?
- Anyone who is interested in learning more about how to launch a successful small business
- Current small business owners who would like to build upon their knowledge
- Class ID: 5842
- Instructor: Staff, Seattle Central
- When: 11 Wednesdays | 4/5/17 - 6/14/17 | 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM
- Total Number of Hours: 34
- Where: Broadway Edison Bldg - Room 3178 | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
- Fee: $395
- Additional Notes: This course is available through Continuing Education as a non-credit class, or as part of Seattle Central's Business Technology Management program.