Now you can find out easily if you are able to start a profitable company of your own. NEBA (North European Business Academy) has developed compact and cost efficient (standard package only 150 euros!) way of studying to become a businessman or businesswoman. The training will guide your through different topics relevant to evaluate your business potential and to sharpen your business idea.
NEBA-Online business training has special advantages to benefit you! You can start the training without clear business idea and we will help you to find out a suitable business idea for you. This also means that if you are not sure of your personal possibilities to run a business, our training will guide you to make a realistic evaluation and also see your whole business potential as it really is.
Our students have confirmed to us: “This excellent Neba-online business training helped me to find out a business idea and start my own company!”.
Our training includes a book: “What Do You Have In Your Hand?”, video lessons, power point materials, other texts and special tests and self-evaluations like:
- Business Development Process Maturity Test – that test gives a realistic whole picture of your business startup situation, including topics like economical risks, personal motivation, maturity of business idea and professional capacity.
- Behavior, Personality and Skills Test – that test gives you a good evaluation of your personality, behavior and skills, relating to business startup. Personality is hard to change, but you can learn new skills and learn to change your behavior!
- Career Guidance self-evaluation – Based on theoretical model you can see how you orientate in working life
The offered languages are Spanish, English and Arabic!
Now is a good time and opportunity to find out your personal business potential and become a businessman or businesswoman! Go to www.neba.fi or www.nebatraining.eu and sign up.
Any questions, just contact us at www.nebatraining.eu/contact-page (put “3LINGUA” as a reference)
Step to study, step to business!
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