Supporting the unemployed and under-employed through freelancing.
Learn the foundational skills required to become a Freelancer in the Digital Economy. This course can have you ready for a career change with the suitable skill set needed to transition into a Freelance career you'll love by learning broad concepts and valuable transferable skills.
These entry requirements are here as a guide and it's always best to talk to one of our Education Consultants, as they're trained to ensure that you're enrolled in a course that aligns with your career goals.
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Tanya & Dave have to be THE most supportive people to work with! Not only have they helped us understand what’s REALLY required to run a business, they have been our go-to mentors and our biggest cheerleaders! Running a business in the digital age requires up-to-date knowledge, the following of trends and robust business wisdom. This dynamic duo have all 3 of these attributes and much much more! An absolute pleasure to work with. Thank you Tanya & David!!!
I highly recommend "The School of Entrepreneurship". I feel equipped to go out and apply what I have learnt. Dave & Tanya, are amazing, they are always available with great support and encouragement. I found attending the class very valuable with the information that was delivered. Thank you both so much.
Thank you Tanya and David😁 It was amazing journey. I love the fact that you preach what you teach. Well done guys. 😁😁😁 I would strongly recommend it for anyone who has an idea for a business and don't know where to start and anyone who has a business and need some help.
This learning journey has far exceeded my expectations. Dave and Tanya do an exceptional job of delivering a training package that engages and extends the learner in a unique experiential experience. I appreciate their expertise and this Learning that will continue to deliver growth and development in my business and my professional development.
➤ Cooperative businesses are organised for the purpose of improving the bargaining power of the individual members and the product or service quality provided by the members.
➤ They also aim to reduce costs incurred in running a business through sharing common expense costs.
➤ They provide competition to larger companies with deeper pockets.
➤ Freelancers, Home-business owners and Sole Traders generally work alone missing, in part, the strength and experience of workplace collaboration.