The "Management for Kids" course introduces children to management and why its important in entrepreneurship.
There are quizzes and activities throughout the course along with a master exam at the end.
Children must pass the master exam with at least a 70% to complete the course.
Every course follows a story
Children will follow the story of Omar who lives in Cairo, Egypt. Omar has always been connected to jewelry and precious stones. Over the years he has collected hundreds of different gems and his passion eventually developed into a business. Omar now has 8 gem stores located throughout Cairo. The name of his stores are Rare Mineral Collectibles. Each of his stores has 2 full time employees and one manager for a total workforce of 24. Customers have been visiting his stores for years and have always posted on social media about their enjoyable experiences. However recently, customers have been commenting on the lack of respect they have received from Omar’s employees. Since he works from home, he usually doesn’t visit the stores for months at a time. He didn't realize this was happening! What hasn't his team been handling this growing crisis. They should know that customers should be treated with amazing service and that the store should always be spotless.
Omar needs to learn management.
Earn your Management Coin
At the end of the course, you will earn your MANAGEMENT COIN.
Try to get all the coins to become a master in kid entrepreneurship. Are you ready to begin? Let's go!
What is KidEntrepreneurship.com™?
KidEntrepreneurship.com™ specializes in introducing children to the creative world of entrepreneurship and shows them how to turn their ideas into reality. We believe that every child has a business idea in their head. Children are not required to have a business idea to take our courses. We will show them how to think of their own idea! Why is it important to teach children entrepreneurship? Entrepreneurship is one of the greatest sources of innovation in countries around the world and improves society with new products and services. Children use these products and services every day without realizing where they come from. Who binds the books? Who creates the video games? Every business was started by an entrepreneur and every entrepreneur was once a child. We tell children that becoming an entrepreneur is similar to trying to become a professional baseball player. You probably aren't going to be drafted to the majors after your first year of playing baseball. Similar to how there is a good chance you won't be successful with your first business. However, with practice and dedication, you can increase your chances by learning from your business experiences. Let us teach your child how to start their entrepreneurship journey!
Not only does KidEntrepreneurship.com™ provide online education, we also provide mentoring for children who have started their first business. From our experience helping kids with entrepreneurship, we have learned that children can get easily distracted with daily activities over time. At a young age, it is difficult for a child to stay focused on their business with all the noise around them. However similar to a child's first pet, a business needs to be taken care of almost every day in order to survive. An KidEntrepreneurship.com™ mentor will excite your child about entrepreneurship, answer their daily questions, and guide them through the obstacles of creating a successful business.
We are their champions!
Bring KidEntrepreneurship.com™ to your school
Are you interested in bringing KidEntrepreneurship.com™ to your school district? We partner with elementary and middle schools around the world to teach students entrepreneurship with our online and in-person programs. More schools districts are starting to realize the importance of entrepreneurship education for children. Our programs create a fun environment for students will ensuring they understand the basics of starting a business. Students are not required to have a business idea to take our courses.
For more information, contact our team to see how you can bring entrepreneurship education to your school.