Making innovation happen
Date & Time: 20/09/2013 12:00 am | Location: University of Bedfordshire
Are you capable of ‘Making Innovation Happen’?
ENTERPRISING business people in the Luton area are being offered the chance to brush-up their business innovation skills on a FREE course at the University of Bedfordshire.
‘Making Innovation Happen’ is a nine-day programme designed for both business owners and aspiring business people to prepare for, and undertake, the internationally recognised PRINCE2® Practitioner qualification.
As part of these sessions delegates will be encouraged to unlock their innovation potential.
‘Making Innovation Happen’ is supported by the European Social Fund and Luton Borough Council and delivered by the University’s Knowledge Hub.
Claire Gallagher, Project Manager of ‘Making Innovation Happen’ said: ‘The Knowledge Hub prides itself in supporting the innovation and sustainable economic growth of local enterprises hence we look forward to delivering this programme to Luton based businesses.’
The programme will focus on a range of topics central to acquiring business skills, from developing a business idea, to planning for innovation and project management.
Claire added: ‘due to the success of ‘Making Innovation Happen’ programme we ran earlier this year, the Knowledge Hub is offering places on a second cohort of the programme which starts on 20th September. The workshops will be highly engaging and creative. The delegates will use work-based examples to develop their knowledge and understanding, with a focus on business innovation. These skills and qualification will assist both with business and career progression.’
‘Making Innovation Happen’ kicks-off on 20 September at the University’s state-of-the-art Postgraduate and Continuing Professional Development Centre in central Luton.