The Economic Empowerment Committee of KSIJ Dar es Salaam is organizing an Entrepreneurship Workshop for rising young entrepreneurs who would like to develop their entrepreneurial skills and cultivate new ideas.
The workshop will be conducted by Al-Hajj Munir Bharwani. Munir Bharwani is a successful businessman who has had great success with many startup companies. His businesses currently operate from all over East Africa and beyond. This will be a hands on workshop that will result in participants developing a complete business plan.
The EEC has also identified potential Angel Investors. Angel Investors are strategic investors who provide capital and guidance to startup companies in return for convertible debt or ownership equity. Business plans from this workshop will be considered for submission and discussion with angel investors. Don’t miss this chance to start your own business!
The workshop will cover:
- How to prepare a winning Business Plan
- Importance of Record Keeping
- Human Resources
- Entrepreneurial Possibilities
Date: October 2nd, 2011
Time: 9 am to 4 pm (Lunch will be provided)
Location: Tabligh Auditorium
Price: Tshs. 30,000/= per person
Participants: Male and Female participants will be considered between the age of 25 – 35 years of age.
ONLY 20 seats available! Email us NOW on firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Please include a brief profile, CV and your complete contacts. Applications will be screened for qualification.
CV Writing and Interview Skills Workshop
September 11th, 2011, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm, Tabligh Auditorium
The EEC organised a CV writing and interview skills workshop on the 11th of September 2011 at the Tabligh auditorium. It was open to everyone in the community regardless of age or employment status. The workshop was conducted byof Genius Consulting, a consultant and trainer.
Prior to the workshop, each participant had to submit a copy of their current CV to the EEC, which was then passed on to Br Al-Junaid for review. This helped him prepare a tailor made workshop suitable to the participants’ needs and requirements. The workshop covered the types of CVs, how to write a CV, choice of wording, format of CV, basic interview questions etc. The workshop had a CV writing session where participants were asked to rewrite their CVs and compared them to their old CVs. The workshop also covered a constructive criticism session for the rewritten CVs. There was a refreshment break in between sessions where participants had the chance to network with other participants. The workshop ended at 1.30pm, an hour later than scheduled due to the length of the feedback session on the rewritten CVs.
The participant feedback on the workshop was astounding with every participant stating that they thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and gained a lot of valuable information that would help them in their job hunt. Many indicated that they were interested in attending workshops similar to this in the future. The EEC plans on regularly holding workshops similar to this one for members of the community.