Business Skills Explorer: 3 free places!


We (the M-HOUSE project) still have a few places on our free online course starting next week for people running a household and thinking of how their household skills might be able to transfer to a business context.

Contact me directly either in a message or as a comment to this post if you would like to try this online course which will be in English. Perhaps you are Danish and would like the opportunity to try the course in English. You will ‘meet’ course participants from all over Europe and who knows? By the end you may have an idea for a new business? Or you may have learned enough to decide that running your own business is not for you? Or you may have learned enough to consider running a business on the side while you get on with the day job.

Here’s what you will be doing over the 8 modules of the course:

Module Title

From home to business

Make yourself at home

Looking after guests (customer care)

Make your dream come true!

Organising the trip of a lifetime (Business mission)

Plan it! Do it!

Organising a social event (completing a business project)

In search of value

Making a big purchase (use of resources)

Move & take-off

Moving house (starting a new business)

Balancing the books

Dealing with fluctuating income

Problem solved!

Handling conflict

Branding yourself

Thinking about a new business idea

See the project leaflet here. The course is free while we trial it. And if you participate, the only thing we ask is that you stay to the end and answer a few questions about the experience during and after. If nothing else, it is a wonderful opportunity to practice your English!

The project is supported by the European Union Lifelong Learning programme, the grundtvig strand and this is why we are able to offer the course for free during a limited period.

The course intro starts on October 28th and work starts on the first three modules on November 3rd. The course finishes on January 23rd with a Christmas and New Year break in between.

See flyer in Danish here.

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