Award in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MQF 7)€965
About this course
This Award in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is designed to introduce learners to advanced concepts of entrepreneurship, including the profile of the entrepreneur, the range of different perspectives on entrepreneurship, and the activities of entrepreneurs.
Applicants should hold an undergraduate degree and have 2 years of relevant work experience. Excellent command of written English is required.
To determine your eligibility, at CMBS, we assess many factors including your education, career progression, and leadership and entrepreneurship qualities. If you do not meet the standard entry requirements and are adequately prepared to succeed in this programme, we welcome and encourage you to contact us for an interview.
A mixed-method assessment approach will be utilised for this programme.
This Award in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is delivered through a combination of weekend work-based learning seminars, one-on-one mentoring sessions and industry visits.
Who is this course for?
This course is intended for those who are aged 21+ and aspire to become successful entrepreneurs.
Language of Instruction
This programme will be delivered in English.
Location of Lectures
Lectures will be delivered at Business Leaders Hub, 160, Mdina Road, Zebbug, Malta, ZBG 9015.
How to Apply
Interested candidates can apply by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 00356 9912 1110. Applicants will be provided with a link to complete our booking form and will be requested to submit any relevant documents required to process the application.
Email Daniela at email@example.com or call on 00356 9912 1110 to learn more.
Price (EU Students):
€724 will be refunded via the Jobsplus Investing in Skills Scheme
Pay only €241
- Access to a comprehensive student management system
- Overall qualification certificate
- Course material tutorial support notes
- Access to online course resources
Introducing Innovation and Entrepreneurship
• The Evolution of Entrepreneurship (Agricultural Revolution, Trade Routes, Invention of Money, Medieval Period, Industrial Revolution, Post World War II, Modern Entrepreneurship) • Theories of Entrepreneurship (Drucker, 1979; Cole, 1965, Schumpeter, 1934) and Innovation (Konter, 1995) • The Innovation Process (Lyndhulm and Green) • The Entrepreneurship Process (Baygriv, 1994) • Becoming an Innovative Entrepreneur i. What is an innovative entrepreneur ii. Skills required by innovative entrepreneurs
The Role of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Organisations
• Types of Innovation in Business i. Product Innovation ii. Process Innovation iii. Business Model Innovation
Innovative Business Strategy
• Blue Ocean Strategy • Open Innovation Strategy • Lean Innovation Strategy
• Identifying Opportunities (Internal and External Analysis, Market Trends, Customer Needs) • Creating a Strong Innovation Team • Motivating and Inspiring the Innovation Team • Review and learn from innovation strategies