Training for entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship is not a talent that is born, but a discipline that can be learned. The educational component is important because it provides a methodological foundation to launch a business. There are several services and Public Administration courses and universities that can facilitate the implementation of a business and offer assessment, counseling and financial support to budding entrepreneurs. However, the education system still not fully encapsulates entrepreneurial initiatives. In 2006 there were only 52 business creation programs and extracurricular initiatives in Spain (ESADE).
Putting up a business is a learning process that will need to develop some specific skills and abilities, and that is to encourage creative thinking and the habit of self assess performance. So the training of entrepreneurs not only in the classroom but also in their practical experience. job training, interactions with local entrepreneurs and effort spent in business serve as part of their entrepreneurial attitude. Many aspects, such as leadership, innovation, communication, autonomy and decision-making in risk environments, you can only learn by trying them. The ideal is to combine the content of formal education models and interactions observed in their experience.
Moreover, as we are in the information age, it is necessary to cultivate a technological competition, including virtual communication skills and the use of social networking sites. You can use Facebook, Tuenti or Twitter to launch projects, reaching a global market and especially focusing on young people. So news communications, changes and feedbacks are performed quickly through social networks, blogs and mobile tools.