Block A, Centre House
Thursday 19th April 2012
A charity which helps unemployed people over the age of 50 back into work is hosting a three-day course to help those in the Yorkshire and Humber region start their own business.
The Prince's Initiative for Mature Enterprise (Prime) is holding three training days in Leeds on April 26, May 17 and June 7.
The course aims to take mature entrepreneurs in straightforward steps through the process of planning to start their own business.
It is aimed at at over 50s who would like to start their own business, but are in need of guidance on how to put together a plan.
The course covers areas such as market research, making a marketing plan, thinking about money and the practical day-to-day side of running a business.
In addition to the three training days, the full programme last eight weeks and include workbooks and training from a Government-approved business trainer.
The training days will take place at the Government Buildings on Ontley Road, in Lawnswood.
For more information about the event email email@example.com with your full name and postcode, or to book a place or call 0800 7831904.
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