Entrepreneurship Education



Mindset Re-Orientation

Module 1: Attitudes, Mindsets and Culture

Module 2: Spirit of Enterprise and Values Case Studies 

Module 3: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Module 4: Entrepreneurship: Qualities of an Entrepreneur

Module 5: Entrepreneurship: Functions of an Entrepreneur

Business Enterprise

Module 1: The Business Enterprise: Meaning and Types

Module 2: The Business Enterprise: Scope and Limitations 

Module 3: The Business Enterprise: Elements and Dynamics

Module 4: The Business Enterprise: Characteristics

Module 5: The Business Enterprise: Benefits and Problems 

Module 6: Entrepreneurship Competencies and SWOT Analysis 

Module 7: Personal Strengths and Weaknesses

Module 8: Assessing Opportunities and Developing Business Confidence


Business Orientation

Module 1: Creative Thinking

Module 2: Generating Business Ideas

Module 3: Business Orientation

Module 5: Selecting Business Ideas

Module 6: Franchising and Purchasing of Businesses

Module 7: Concept of Marketing 

Module 8: The Marketing Plan

Module 9: Analyzing Marketing Situation 

Module 10: Develop a Marketing Plan

Module 11: Enterprise Development and Production

Module 12: Production Plan

Module 13: Improving Productivity

Total Quality Management and Control

Module 1: Total Quality Management and Control: An Introduction

Module 2: Total Quality Management and Control: Identifying costs of quality.

Module 3: Total Quality Management and Control: Evolution of TQM and Key Leaders

Module 4: Total Quality Management and Control: Features and tools for total quality management

Module 5: Total Quality Management and Control: Understanding and Auditing Quality

Module 6: Total Quality Management and Control: Controlling Physical Resources

Organization and Enterprise Planning

Module 1: What is Communication Strategy?

Module 2: Developing a Communication Strategy

Module 3: Effective communication in Enterprises

Module 4: Designing an Organogram


Leadership and Development – 1 

Module 1: Leadership: Concepts, Types and Theories

Module 2: Leadership: Meaning and Characteristics of Leadership

Module 3: Leadership: Effective Leadership 

Module 4: Leadership: Leadership vs. Management

Module 5: Situational Leadership: Concept and Style 

Module 6: Leadership Style and Development Level

Module 7: Traditional Leadership Styles

Module 8: Leadership and Team Development Levels

Leadership and Development – 2

Module 1: Decision Making: Definitions and Delineation 

Module 2: Steps in Decision Making Process

Module 3: Types of Decisions, Participation and Rationality

Module 4: Decision Making & Creativity in Work Place 2

Module 5: Meaning of Decision Making and Steps in Decision Making

Module 6: Types of Decisions, Participation and Rationality

Module 7: Meaning of Creativity

Module 8: Limitations of Creativity

Module 9: Creativity and Innovation

Module 10: Process of Creative Decision 

Leadership and Development – 3

Module 1: Introduction to Interpersonal Skills 

Module 2: Meaning of Interpersonal Skills

Module 3: Types of Interpersonal Skills

Module 4: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Listening)

Module 5: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Goal Setting)

Module 6: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Feedback)

Module 7: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Delegating)

Module 8: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Persuasion)

Module 9: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Coaching)

Module 10: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Effective Skills for Meeting)

Module 11: Unlocking Interpersonal Skills (Conflict Handling)

Leadership and Development – 4 

Module 1: Presentations Techniques and Approaches

Module 2: Presentation Aids and Materials

Module 3: Introduction to Business Ethics

Module 4: Session I. Ethics and Morality

Module 5: Session II. Business Ethics 

Module 6: Session III. Ethics and Business Sustainability


Module 1: Human Resource Planning

Module 2: Recruitment and Selection Process

Module 3: Motivation and Performance

Module 4: Management-Employee Relations

Module 5: Wages and Compensation


Basic Business Management and Financial Transactions 

Module 1: Basic record keeping

Module 2: Meaning and Importance of Record Keeping

Module 3: Types and Purpose of Record Keeping 

Module 4: General Ledger Processes

Module 5: Cash Receipts

Module 6: Cash Disbursements

Module 7: Actual Journal Entries

Module 8: Budget Transactions

Module 9: Personal vs. Business Account


The Customer

Module 1: Meaning of a Customer

Module 2: Customer Business Relation (customer care) & why

Module 3: Provide Excellent Customer Service

Module 4: Core Values of Customer Service

Time Management

Module 1: What is time Management?

Module 2: How to Manage Time

Module 3: The Productivity Revolution


Module 1: Introduction to Business Law

Module 2: Basic Law of Contract

Module 3: Company Law and Registration of Business

Module 4: Taxation

Module 5: Intellectual Property Law


Credit Facilitation

Module 1: What, Why How, Who of Credit Facilitation

Module 2: Loan Process and Procedure

Module 3: The Five (5) C’s of Credit 

Module 4: Sources of Credit and Loan Management

Module 5: Negotiating Skills

Module 6: Introduction to Negotiation

Module 7: Approaches to Negotiation

Module 8: Strategies /Techniques for Negotiations

Micro Insurance Facilitation

Module 1: Meaning & Importance of Micro-Insurance

Module 2: Insuring Micro Businesses

Module 3: Micro Business Insurance requirement and Procedures

Market Development

Module 1: Meaning of Market Development & Basic Steps to Market Development processes.

Module 2: Market Development Principles

Module 3: Market Development Categories

Module 4: Market’s Skills and Qualities

Module 5: Basic Steps to Product Development


Module 1: Meaning and Concept of Mentoring

Module 2: Types, Importance of Mentoring and Stages in Development of Mentoring Relationships

Module 3: Practical Session: Mentorship Programme

Duration of Mentorship Programme (18 months)

Value Chain Development

Module 1: Defining and Delineating Value Chain

Module 2: Achieving Competitive Advantage through Value Chain

Module 3: Value Chain Support Market 


Module 1: Meaning and Characteristics of Cooperatives

Module 2: Basic Cooperatives Principles & Practice

Module 3: Types of Cooperatives

Module 4: Cooperatives Formation Management & Sustainability

International Trade

Module 1: Nature of International Trade

Module 2: Entrepreneur International Entry Strategies

Module 3: Barriers to International Entrepreneurship

Module 4: International Trade Relations

Module 5: AGOA – the Africa Growth Opportunity Act (United States)

Module 6: ECOWAS – the Economic Community of West African States

Module 7: LOME Accord


Introduction to ICT

Module 1: Computer Hardware, starting a program, using the Keyboards.

Module 2: Common windows and program functions 

Module 3: Business Productivity Tools (Microsoft Word, Excel for basic bookkeeping) 

Module 4: Manual Record Keeping vs. Electronic Record Keeping 

Module 5: Introduction to the Internet

Module 6: Social Media and Entrepreneurship Development


Introduction to Business Plan

Module 1: Project future opportunities for the business

Module 2: Identify markets 

Module 3: Identify customers

Module 4: Maps the marketing strategies

Module 5: Maps the operational strategies

Module 6: Maps the organizational and management strategies 

Module 7: Project expenditures and finances required

Module 8: Project Revenue and Cost over a specific period of time.

Chapter 1 Business Overview

Module 1: Describe what you are selling or what you intend to sell

Module 2: Explain why customers will buy your products or service

Module 3: What need does it fulfill?

Module 4: Describe the features and the benefits

Chapter 2 Marketing Plan

Module 1: What competition is there?

Module 2: How many competitors will you have?

Module 3: Is there likely to be further competition in the future?

Module 4: Explain why your product is going to be preferable to those of your competitors

Module 5: What is your product unique selling point?

Chapter 3: Production Plan

Module 1: Production process and critical decision required

Module 2: Required building and machinery (fixed assets) and associated cost

Module 3: Useful lifespan of the building and machinery

Module 4: Availability and maintenance component/spare parts 

Module 5: Obtaining machinery component/spare parts locally

Chapter 4: Organizational and Management Plan

Module 1: Form of business

Module 2: Organizational structure

Module 3: Business experience and qualification of the entrepreneur

Module 4: Pre-operating activities

Module 5: Pre-operating expenses

Module 6: Office equipment

Module 7: Administrative expenses

Chapter 5: Financial Plan

Module 1: Capital Requirement (Project Cost)

Module 2: Start Up Expenses

Module 3: Financing Plan and Loan Requirement

Module 4: Security for Loan

Module 5: Sales and Cost Plan

Module 6: Salary schedule

Module 7: Depreciation

Module 8: Sales and Cost Plan

Module 9: Cash Flow

Module 10: Balance sheet

Module 11: Critical Risk Analysis & Sustainable Strategy

Module 12: Optional but important

Module 13: Identify potential problems and risk

Module 14: What alternative courses of action exist?