NEBA works together with FIDA at Burundi to train new entrepreneurs. Our program has advanced into second stage and local tutors have taken responsibility of guiding new students through entrepreneurship study program. We are looking rewarding results.
Together with FIDA, NEBA started a Business Startup training course for 30 students at Burundi. This training is tutored by local tutors, trained and assisted by NEBA Finland. We are looking good results, many new businesses and other new working opportunities.
You can use only those resources that you know you have.
Do you know what you have?
Is it clear to you what you have in your hands? Do you know what your strengths are? We have different things in our hands. For example, we have abilities, skills, attitudes, information, knowledge, know-how, experience, networks, personality, and many other things.
Have you ever really thought of what you have in your hands? If not, then now is the time to make this clear to you.
NEBA-students at Burundi with protection against Covid-19 virus. NEBA has joined forces with Fida to train the trainers for Entrepreneurship and business startup. By a pilot we apply new pedagogical process to promote entrepreneurial competencies
NEBA in Education Finland Seminar and Workshop in Ankara, Turkey, in November 2019.
In the photo are Finnish representatives of the seminar: Dr Kari Vitikainen gave a lecture on the Finnish education system, Finnish Ambassador to Turkey Ari Mäki and The Founder and Chairman of NEBA Jouni Suonpää gave opening speeches of the seminar and the Director of Training Services at NEBA Anne Suonpää led a workshop on career couching.
Entrepreneurship is not a genre for every man or woman. The world’s shortest route to work from a thought to an action is just too long for some. Others will lose their night’s sleep when they have to live in uncertainty. Some find courage and taking risks only in the dictionary. The rest are horrified by the thought of selling themselves and their own competence. Not everybody is fit to be an entrepreneur. There is nothing wrong with that.[Read more…] about NEBA blog: Call to entrepreneurship