Exploring Enterprise

Exploring Enterprise Programme (EEP) is a free programme which provides an insight into starting a business or allows you to take the first steps to gaining employment.

You do not need to have a business idea to join.

The programme offers mentoring and training at a pace tailored to your needs and you have the opportunity to work towards achieving a CCEA Level 1 Qualification in Understanding Business Enterprise.

You will be provided with one to one mentoring with an experienced business advisor in areas such as:

• Marketing
• Financial Planning
• Introduction to HMRC
• Job searching/assisting in writing of job applications
• CV design / development
• Searching for further education courses or other relevant training

To be eligible for this programme you must be:

• Aged 16 or over
• Legally able to reside and work in the UK
• Unemployed/inactive or working/studying less than 16 hours per week; and
• Not participating in any other government funded programme

If this sounds like this is the course for you, then please select the above region to find your nearest Local Enterprise Agency or contact Shirelle on 028 7776 3555.

The Upcycling of Abandoned Public Sector Building

Killyhevlin Business Centre The previously vacant NI Water HQ at the Killyhevlin Industrial Estate is now well established as the Killyhevlin Business Centre, home to 29 businesses which have created over 50 jobs. Apart from the tangible evidence of a thriving successful Business Centre, it is useful to reflect, as a learning process, on the decision and perhaps the wider impact of this development on economic development in the area.

Have Your Say

This is a great opportunity for young people aged 16 -24 to have their say on what makes it hard to get a job or take up training.

This is an Enterprise Northern Ireland initiative which is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 – 2020,
the Department for the Economy and Local Enterprise Agencies

   

EE³P

Enterprise Northern Ireland would like to also recognise the financial support received from the following councils for the Exploring Enterprise Programme (EEP) :