Reboot Your Business Course from Griffith College
Chambers Ireland, in association with Griffith College, have announced a free online business planning course for its 8,000 members nationwide. Starting on Thursday 30 April 2020, the course will address the key concerns that businesses are facing, including cashflow, crisis management and managing flexible working practices, and will assist them in developing plans to reboot their business.
Following completion of the course, members may wish to continue to develop their business plan with mentored support. Participants who complete the business development plan may also seek to obtain a nationally accredited QQI Certificate in Small and Medium Enterprise Management from Griffith College. This is supported by Skillnet Ireland. Skillnet Ireland is the business support agency of the government of Ireland.
Please find below the schedule and start times of Online Workshops as part of the Course:
Session 1 – Thursday, 30th April | 10.30am | About my business, where am I now? Where am I going?
Session 2 – Tuesday, 5th May | 10.30am | What do I want to develop?
Session 3 – Wednesday, 6th May | 10.30 am | How am I going to develop my business post-COVID 19?
Session 4 – Thursday 7th May | 10.30am | What resources do I need for my business development plan?
Session 5 – Tuesday, 12th May | 10.30am | How do I manage my cash flow in a crisis?
Session 6 – Wednesday, 13th May | 10.30am | Who do I need to work with to deliver the plan?
Session 7 – Thursday, 14th May | 10.30am | How do I protect my business and the people I work with?
Session 8 – Tuesday, 19th May | 10.30am | Implementing my marketing including digital communications
Session 9 – Wednesday, 20th May | 10.30am | How will I tell my customers?
Session 10 – Thursday, 21st May | 10.30am | Staying Strong, Staying Well in Business – My Re-Booted Business Development Action Plan