Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Diploma

The Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Diploma (EED) is a unique career advice diploma created by London School of Business and Finance, London College of Contemporary Arts and the unique distance learning platform,  Interactive. It can help students develop their business skills and enable their entrance into a competitive global market. This course will empower students’ knowledge and will equip them with the necessary experience to meet their personal and professional goals.

This innovative course will allow learners to choose their own time of study and combine it with their other activities. It also provides them with 24/7 (teacher) support, in addition to providing supporting written documents and study notes. Unlike other distance learning courses that include only softcopies of learning material, the five EED modules are delivered by some of the leading figures of the business world; a fact that makes this diploma both unique and more stimulating for learners.

Students who will attend this course will have the opportunity to study about self-promotion, self-employment and self-branding. The program consists of 5 modules, each covered by between 3 and 4 hours of video training:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Technology & Media
  • Marketing
  • Personal Finance & Tax
  • Communication Skills

EED provides students with lectures who are experts in their field, including Florian Leonhard, David Blake, James Kyllo, Prof. Itzhak Rashkovsky, David Sulkin, Selma Feriani, Uri Geller as well as from dedicated LSBF tutors.

This course can be useful for those who want to become more attractive to potential employers or looking for promotion and also those who are considering becoming self-employed, setting up their own business or expand their current one.

For further information please visit the website: http://www.studyinteractive.org/programmes/eed/about-eed/ or contact us at: info@lcca.org.uk

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