Women Entreprise for Sustainability ToT
Client: The International Institute for Education
The International Institute for Education appointed Medina Works, as part of their Women Enterprises for Sustainability program in Tunisia, in order to develop a curriculum on Home-Based Business and E-Commerce targeting Tunisian women entrepreneurs. The assignment included the curriculum development and the delivery of a “train-the-trainer” session to partner NGOs of the program.
Partner NGOs are then tasked to deliver the training in their regional training centers to aspiring and established women entrepreneurs.
The Home-Based Business module is a one and half day long training with a range of hands on workshops and activities taking participants through the full life cycle of home-based business development from ideation to business planning, to administrative set up and operation and scale up.
The E-Commerce module is a case base course providing practical skills to participants to help them develop an e-commerce solution that can work effectively in the Tunisian context.
Trainers went away with the knowledge and practical skills to teach the course to women entrepreneurs in their training centers as well as training pack offering presentations, facilitator’s guide and worksheets.