Young entrepreneurs can now get credit for building their own business

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Young entrepreneurs can now get credit towards tertiary studies with the course that helps them build their own business

Startup Business International would like to formally announce the partnership with International House and the accreditation of the Entrepreneurial Learning in Action Program.

Founder and entrepreneur, Jo Burston, stated, “”The partnership between International House and Startup Business International will ensure students that complete the Entrepreneurial Learning In Action Program will have credits even before they finish high school. It puts these students on the front foot when taking the next step in their careers. This is a terrific advancement for Business students.”

“We are extremely delighted to partner with Startup Business Education to prepare future entrepreneurs for success in their studies and to give them an ability to compete in a global marketplace,” said Tim Eckenfels, owner and CEO of International House Sydney / Business College at IH.

Leigh Morgan, Education and Program Director at Startup Business Education added, “Over 570 students have already completed the course with the support of the NSW Government. We are thrilled that their achievements have been recognised as a micro-credential within the Certificate III in Business.”

“We know that employers value workers who can demonstrate an innovative, entrepreneurial mindset. The startup.business Entrepreneurial Learning in Action course is now the recognised micro-credential for people to demonstrate that skill,” Ms Morgan stated.

“Business College at IH has global brand recognition and they deliver high quality education. We are really excited to collaborate with them on this course,” Ms Morgan said.

Do you think you could be the next Elon Musk? We’re teaming up with Business College at IH to deliver the Entrepreneurial Learning in Action course which will help you learn how to see, think, be and do like an entrepreneur by creating and pitching your own business. This micro-credential has received one unit of recognition toward the Certificate III in Business at Business College at IH. The Entrepreneurial Learning in Action course is recognised with a Statement of Attainment for the unit BSBCRT401 Articulate, present and debate ideas. For more information about Business College at IH go to ihbc.edu.au

For further information on this article please contact Simone Henderson-Smart, Head of Marketing and Content at Startup Business Education: simonehs@inspiringrarebirds.com