Introducing Canada’s First Online and Mobile Small Business Course for High School Students
ADLC and GoForth Institute bring entrepreneurship to the next generation of Canadian business leaders. GoForth Institute has developed Canada’s first online small business and entrepreneurship course for high school students.
Delivered in partnership with Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC), this course combines GoForth’s leading small business training with an innovative technology platform. Alberta high school students learn about small business as a career option.
How does it work?
Students learn to do by doing. This new 5 credit online course will allow Alberta High School students the opportunity to learn about small business and to hone entrepreneurial skills and management practices.
Core curriculum is delivered
Students will have access to video game mechanics, streaming high-definition videos and the convenience of complete mobility with an iPad. The course can also be taken on a computer.
Teachers can monitor performance
In addition to learning entrepreneurial skills, students will practice making business decisions through a small business simulation application, developed by the Calgary firm Robots and Pencils, and integrated into the course material.
Entrepreneurship 1010 - Challenge and Opportunity
Entrepreneurship 1020 - Elements of a Venture Plan
Entrepreneurship 2010 - Analyzing Ventures
Entrepreneurship 2020 - Financing Ventures
Entrepreneurship 2030 - Marketing the Venture.
For more information, please contact:
1-866-774-5333, ext. 6326
1.866.774.5333, ext. 6309