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Windmill Education Services Ltd.
Investing in your future
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Business Edge Training Program
A world class training system which
provides practical solution to small
and
medium
enterprises.
An
innovation of International Finance
Corporation, BE is delivered by the
local certified trainers in your local
language tailored for the local
business.
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Business Edge Training Program
IFC’s Business Edge ™ aims at improving the
business performance and competitiveness of
firms and creating jobs in developing countries.
This
is
achieved
management
skills
by
of
strengthening
SMEs
and
the
middle
managers of larger firms, providing them access
to Business Edge ™ practical training solutions.
Business Edge ™ consists of management
training products in five topic areas (HR,
Marketing,
Personal
Finance,
Productivity
Operations
Skills),
based
and
on
international curricula and adapted to the local
business context. It also includes products to
build the capacity of its local franchisees and
certified trainers, to ensure the quality of the
training delivery.
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Business Edge Training Program
LAC (2008)
Haiti
Honduras
Nicaragua
AFRICA (2008-2009)
Uganda
Chad
Guinea
Cameroon
DRC
Madagascar
Senegal
Nigeria
Kenya
CAR
Mozambique
Sierra Leanne
Liberia
MENA (2004)
Iraq
Yemen
Egypt
Jordan
CHINA (2004)
MEKONG (2002)
Vietnam
Cambodia
Laos
Sri Lanka
India
Afghanistan
BANGLADESH
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Business Edge Training Program
Over 0.8 million Training seats sold
Almost 75 Accredited BE Training Distributors in 30 countries
800 Trainers trained on BE training methodologies
500+ Educational events with corporations, banks and TV (7,500+ participants)
38 Localized workbooks (in English, Arabic, Chinese, Vietnamese, French,
Spanish and now in Bangla)
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Business Edge Training Mandate
Strengthening the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector
Helping to develop financial markets
Improving business enabling environments
Supporting public private partnerships and privatization
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Windmill Education Services Limited (WESL)
aspires to build skilled Human Resources by
giving the light of training & education and
enhance individual capacity development for
career performance. WESL is involved in human
development sector through collaboration with
Likeminded Partners as IFC Business Edge, Hero
Mindmine, BIHR and Edexcel. WESL is
committed to bring state of art know how to
Bangladesh market for giving world class
training and courses to develop skilled
manpower.
We have re launched the company in
November 2008 under BOI registration as a UKBangladesh joint venture company. After its
recent agreement with IFC-BE for SME training
WESL is now expending its capacity to 6 major
divisional areas.
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Is training really counts?
Private employers spend
$210 billion a year for training,
while the government/ Dev Orgs spends an additional
$15
billion.
Are these training programs doing the job? Some are; some are
not. Highly effective adult learning requires certain conditions. The
question is, what are those conditions?
* "Life is an Attitude: How to Grow Forever Better”, Dorothy Billington
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Key Training Environment Indicators
Safe & Supported
An environment where trainees feel safe and supported, where
individual needs and uniqueness are honored, where abilities and life
achievements are acknowledged and respected.
Encouragement
An environment that fosters intellectual freedom and
encourages experimentation and creativity.
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Key Training Environment Indicators
Learn from Learners
An environment where faculty treats adult trainees as peers--accepted
and respected as intelligent experienced adults whose opinions are
listened to, honored, appreciated. Such faculty members often
comment that they learn as much from their trainees as the trainees
learn from them.
Self Directed Learning
Self-directed learning, where trainees take
responsibility for their own learning. They work
with trainer to design individual learning programs
which address what each person needs and
wants to learn in order to function optimally in
their profession.
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Key Training Environment Indicators
Intellectual Challenge
Pacing, or intellectual challenge. Optimal pacing is challenging people just beyond
their present level of ability. If challenged too far beyond, people give up. If challenged
too little, they become bored and learn little. Pacing can be compared to playing tennis
with a slightly better player; your game tends to improve. But if the other player is far
better and it's impossible to return a ball, you give up, overwhelmed. If the other player
is less experienced and can return none of your balls, you learn little. Those adults
who reported experiencing high levels of intellectual stimulation--to the point of feeling
discomfort--grew more.
Active Learning
Active involvement in learning, as opposed to
passively listening to lectures. Where students and
instructors interact and dialogue, where students try
out new ideas in the workplace, where exercises and
experiences are used to bolster facts and theory,
adults grow more.
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Key Training Environment Indicators
Regular feedback
Regular feedback mechanisms for students to tell faculty
what works best for them and what they want and need to
learn--and trainer who hear and make changes based on
trainees input.
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Training Process Flow
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Classroom Interaction Model
70%
30%
70%
30%
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Post-Training Feedback
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Domains of facilitations
Branding & Communication
Marketing Management
Human Resource Management
Financial Management & Accounting
General and Operation Management
Tourism & Hospitality Management
Personal Productivity Skills
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So far So good
Classical Method
Total Number of Training
: 21
Total Number of Participants
: 755
Number of Covered Area (geographic)
:8
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So far So good
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Testimonial
Training Module- Leading
Your Team
“ I took the training from
WESL, now I know how to lead
to get success. I am sure I will
be a good team captain next
time.”
- Shima Akter,(42) Sylhet, owner of a cloth
making house.
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Proposition
Organize short time- key points based training
activities for upcoming/ existing woman entrepreneurs
facing challenges in Financial areas in their day to day
business operation.
For entrepreneurs from urban areas with limited
exposure to technology and education and Financial
Sectors.
Woman entrepreneurs consider training as a value
addition rather than a must need.
Want to explore with a directed & tested path. NO
EXPERIMENT OR BIG TALK works.
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IDEA for training
One day session for Business Plan/ Banking process
for SMEs
Introducing Banking products which will be beneficial
for woman entrepreneurs in expanding their business.
Interactive with more successful case demonstration
Working papers with logistics aid
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Expected outcome
Be able to name key consideration when making a business plan.
Be able to apply a simple process when writing a business plan.
Be able to present a business plan document.
Gather proper knowledge about the application of banking
products and services in the business.
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IFC Business Edge Resource Pool
Reazuddin
Mosharaf
Sabbir
Rahman
Tanim
Mohammad
Zahid
Hossain
FCA
Understanding quality, Achieving quality, Auditing quality, Planning &
controlling work, Motivating people, Managing changes, Managing with
authority, Delegating effectively, Managing time, Solving problems,
Communicating effectively, Coaching at work, Leading your team…etc
Leadership & Mgt Development, Team Building, launching & other events,
Change Management, Presentation and Business Communications,
Negotiation, Conflict Management, Sales Team Motivation Session, Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR), Training of Trainers (TOT)…etc
Strategic Financial Planning, Working Capital Management, IAS, IFRS & ISA,
Treasury Management, Business Analysis, Taxation, Budgetary Control,
Corporate Risk Management, Cost Control Programs, Services, Audit
Supervisory, Designing Internal Control System, Business Planning…etc
Dilruba
Ahmed
Organizing for successful training & development, Recruiting for key
management positions, Planning for human resources, Retaining top
employees, Establishing compensation & benefits, Appraising performance,
Managing HR communication, Performing effective job design…etc
Mahabubul
Haque
Caring for the customers, Achieving success in marketing, Developing a
competition strategy, Positioning yourself in the market, Establishing your
marketing mix strategy, Developing an integrated marketing communication
strategy, Improving your selling skills...etc
Day
1
2
Content
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Introduction to the workshop
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Session 1: Overview of a Business Plan
 What is a business plan?
 Types of business plan
 Content of a business plan
 Process to develop a business plan
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Session 2: Analyzing market and making a marketing plan
Market analysis.
Identifying competitive approach.
Identifying business objectives.
Making a marketing plan.
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Session 3: Making an operation and production plan (Cont.)
Process of making an operation and production plan.
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Session 4: Making a financial plan
Roles of the financial plan in the business plan.
Content of the financial plan.
Process of making a financial plan.
Considerations on financial aspects.
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Session 5: Writing a business plan
Considerations in business plan writing
Steps in business plan writing
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Concluding remarks, action planning and wrap-up
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