Certificate Program for Educators

Monday, April 26, 2021

 

Certificate Program for Educators

We are excited to launch our new certificate program- dedicated specifically for educators. The main goal of the program is to help educators – like yourself – to successfully teach the Market Opportunity Navigator and apply it in various educational settings: from accredited courses to practitioners’ bootcamps, for students, entrepreneurs, and business managers.

Learn directly from the tool’s creators:

  • Master the Market Opportunity Navigator – through real, hands-on practice
  • Design a well structured curriculum- for classroom teaching and practical workshops
  • Get acquainted with all our ready-made teaching materials- so implementation becomes easy
  • Join a lively community of like-minded educators

Who is this for?

  • Educators in entrepreneurship, innovation, marketing and strategic management courses
  • Program managers in accelerators and entrepreneurship centers
  • Trainers of innovation managers in larger organization

Signup today

  • The four interactive sessions will run online from May 4th- May 25, 2021
  • The program is limited to 20 participants

Click here to learn more and register:
https://wheretoplay.co/certificate-for-educators/

We look forward to seeing you in this program and helping you succeed with your teaching.

Cheers,

Dr Sharon Tal and Prof Marc Gruber
Co-creators of the Market Opportunity Navigator
Co-authors of the book “Where to Play”
www.wheretoplay.co

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