- 01 November 2012
For entrepreneurial farmers and those who aspire to be leaders in the agri-food sector
In collaboration with industry, the DCU Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship has developed a programme focusing on key areas to help drive sustained growth in the agri-food sector. Participants who successful complete the programme and assessment will be awarded a FETAC Level 6 minor award in Corporate Governance.
This programme is tailored for entrepreneurial farmers and those who aspire to be leaders within the Irish agri-food sector.
The programme will consist of the following workshops:
- Corporate Governance
- Leadership and Communication
- Financial Management
- Opportunity Recognition and Assessment
- Legal Issues in Running a Business
- Understanding your Business Environment
- Risk Management
- Ethics and Self Governance
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation for a Sustainable Business
This 5 day programme includes 9 workshops and a field trip, leading to a Ryan Academy Certificate and a national FETAC Certificate award of
Corporate Governance upon the successful completion of a group project, an assignment and a short 'open-book' assessment.
Venue The DCU Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship, 3013 Lake Drive, Citywest, Dublin 24.
Dates 31st October, 1st November, 21st, 22nd November and 7th December.
Cost 490 euros (inaugural programme pricing).
To Apply Please click here.
Please note that there are only 20 places available, applicants will be advised closer to the time if they have been successful at obtaining a place on the programme.
Please click on these links for further information on the programme schedule and module descriptor, for any other information please contact Niamh Collins on 01 700 6762 or email@example.com
About the DCU Ryan Academy
The DCU Ryan Academy is a not for profit venture between DCU and the family of the late Tony Ryan (Ryanair) that aims to be the leading supporter of entrepreneurship and innovation in Ireland.
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