21/08/2018

Exploring Enterprise Programme Announced

Enterprise Northern Ireland have announced a new Exploring Enterprise Programme (EEP) to provide an insight into starting a business or to take the first steps to gaining employment.

You do not need to have a business idea to join the programme.

The programme offers mentoring and training at a pace tailored to your needs and you have the opportunity to work towards achieving a CCEA Level 1 Qualification in Understanding Business Enterprise.

You will be provided with one to one mentoring with an experienced business advisor in areas such as:

• Marketing

• Financial Planning
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• Introduction to HMRC

• Job searching/assisting in writing of job applications

• CV design / development

• Searching for further education courses or other relevant training

To be eligible for this programme you must be:

• Aged 16 or over

• Legally able to reside and work in the UK

• Unemployed/inactive or working/studying less than 16 hours per week; and

• Not participating in any other government funded programme

More information on the available of the programme go to enterpriseni.com.

(MH)

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