by EOSS ConsultingMay 6, 2012
EOSS Consulting releases first of several online training modules, to facilitate knowledge transfer among social entrepreneurs and economic development professions in the lusaphone world
EOSS Consulting will offer its first of several online training modules in Portuguese beginning this June 2012. The first online training wil be on "Program Design & Fund-Raising" and will occur June 25th, 2012 at 5pm BRST. The seminar will last approximately 3 hours and participants will also receive templates and relevant EOSS materials for their own permanent applications.
These online training modules aim to help address the educational needs of social entrepreneurs and government and non-profit entities in the economic development arena.
The EOSS Virtual training series aspires help spur knowledge sharing among lusaphone countries and address the huge lack of appropriate tools among many social entrepreneurs in Brazil and lusaphone Africa. Moreover, this first course is specially oriented to the plethora of social entrepreneurs and organizations eager to leverage connections and opportunities from Rio +20, which will occur June 13-22, 2012.
Subsequent virtual courses will include price-setting in the handicrafts sector, and cooperative management,
Please visit www.eossconsulting.com to register for the "Program Design & Fund-Raising" module and subsequent modules.
If based in Rio de Janeiro, please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about the live training session in Rio as well.
News Source: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-eoss-consulting-launches-first-virtual-course-for-social-entrepreneurs-1336351154.html
Official Website: http://www.eossconsulting.com
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