KEEP GOD IN YOUR BUSINESS ACADEMY CURRICULUM

In this section, you can find all the details of our curriculum, available for your convenience. .

Accounting and Finance 

CUSTOMER CREDIT

Creating a successful customer credit program is crucial to long-term customer service success. In this class students learn the importance of offering customer credit; examine the criteria for granting credit; analyze the credit options available for small businesses; describe the use of credit records and analyze the procedures used for credit collections.

FINANCE PRESENTATION

In this class, students make a professional business presentation of their Financial Plan for their business.

FINANCE WORKSHOP

During this class, students work on their Financial Plan assignment.

 

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

Students learn to discuss the responsibilities of the entrepreneur in managing their finances. They learn to select appropriate advisors to assist in their financial analysis; the importance of cash flow management; identity financial control procedures; how to find cash flow patterns; analyze trouble spots in financial management; analyze financial statements; analyze financial management ratios applicable to a small business.

FINANCIAL LITERACY

Students learn about Financial Literacy from a Spiritual perspective - understanding prosperity, the purpose of money, ways to get rid of the power of debt; and a Natural perspective - review of elements in a Credit Report and FICO scores, Rapid Debt Repayment Plans, attaining savings goals, identity theft.

FINANCIAL MARKET & STOCKS

Students receive an overview of the financial markets, learn the basics of how to select stocks with a practical anointed application of choosing a portfolio, the reason you should consider the financial markets as one stream of income, and that God can prosper us financially to the degree our faith can believe and the knowledge we receive.

FINANCING THE BUSINESS

Students learn how to determine options for financing their businesses; discuss the financial information included in a business plan; justify their financial projections, and discover how to take advantage of loan application packages.

Record-Keeping I & II

During this class students learn the value of maintaining accurate records; determine all records needed for their businesses; and how to develop a strategic plan for managing their business records.

Business Management 

BE ALL YOU CAN BELIEVE

This all-day business simulation engages students in hands-on activities to experience the operation of an actual business. Students, working in teams, will run actual businesses in a mall setting. Teams will sell their business ideas to a panel of judges and awards will be given across several categories of performance.

BUSINESS ETIQUETTE

In this course, students are taught the traditions of etiquette and protocol for a business setting. Topics covered include Understanding Images, Professionalism, Networking, The Sales Call, International Dining, and Culture Shock.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

As an entrepreneur developing a strong leadership philosophy is a cornerstone of long-term success and profitability. In this class students learn how to develop their leadership abilities; identify the management responsibilities of entrepreneurs; implement decision-making processes to reach their business goals and objectives; design management tasks for their businesses; establish communication practices for their businesses, and develop a code of ethics for their businesses.

ELIMINATING CHANCE

During this class students learn how to minimize losses due to risks; prepare policies that will help minimize losses; determine the insurance needed for their businesses, and analyze the costs associated with risk management for their businesses.

FEASIBILITY STUDY (BUSINESS PLAN OVERVIEW)

This class teaches the importance of strategic planning in a business and explains how the business plan helps the entrepreneur. Students learn to assess their business idea and current market conditions to see if the idea is financially viable.

NEGOTIATIONS STRATEGIES

In this course, students learn the definition of negotiation, how to prepare for negotiations, how negotiation relates to selling, and how to recognize and deal with negotiation tactics.

PRESENTATION SKILLS

During this class, students build their confidence in presenting to small and large groups. This course will also teach students how to use proven presentation techniques and software to help them communicate their business ideas effectively to any audience.

Developing and Writing A Business Plan Curriculum

BUSINESS PLAN PREPARATIONS

During this class, students work on their Business Plan assignment.

 

BUSINESS PLAN PRESENTATIONS

In this class, students make a professional business presentation of their Business Plan for their business.

Information Technology

INTRO TO E-COMMERCE/BUSINESS

In this class students receive an overview of the world-wide-web and the difference between eBusiness and eCommerce; they learn information on creating, promoting, and operating their website, low or no cost technology tools and resources, and how to contract consulting or technical support.

 

INTRO TO EXCEL/POWERPOINT

During this class, students receive an overview of creating spreadsheets and presentations.

Leadership and Organization 

CHRIST AND THE CORPORATION

This course provides students with the wisdom and understanding of being an anointed entrepreneur called and appointed by God. Learn how to hear the voice of God. Discover the values and mindset that characterize Christian entrepreneurs.

 

HELP FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR

This course explores the use of professional help, or technical assistance, in opening and operating a small business. Specifically, you learn what to look for when selecting professional help and what to consider in working effectively with these people after their services have been secured. You will also explore possible market contacts and technical assistance for international trade opportunities.

 

HUMAN RESOURCES

In this class students will write job descriptions for the various positions within their companies; develop a list of interview questions for potential new employees; review a job offer process; understand the recruiting process and pertinent background checks to conduct.

 

LIFE AS A CHRISTIAN ENTREPRENEUR

In this class, students study examples of entrepreneurs who operate under the anointing and direction of God. Students hear experiences from the Founder of the school who implemented principles into real work examples.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of this course is to begin the process of developing a Company Mission Statement. In the process, the students gain knowledge of the connection between Vision and Mission Statements.

 

PRAYER

In this class, students are taught about the power of prayer in their businesses. They learn what, why, and how to pray for their businesses.

 

TIME MANAGEMENT

In this class, students are taught how to improve their personal productivity and effectiveness. They learn to redefine time, take dominion over time, effectively govern time, create time, restore order, and also identify the impact of time-wasting activities.

Marketing and Sales 

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

In this class students learn to: Appraise the effects of business trends and changes; identify environmental and geographical opportunities; research the economic climate and consider the options available to them by operating their businesses. Students also learn how to apply creative thinking to expand the possibilities of their business ideas.

 

BUSINESS OPPS/FEASIBILITY WORKSHOP

During this class, students work on their Business Opportunities and Feasibility assignments.

HUMAN RESOURCES

In this class students will write job descriptions for the various positions within their companies; develop a list of interview questions for potential new employees; review a job offer process; understand the recruiting process and pertinent background checks to conduct.

 

MARKETING I & II

In Marketing I students discuss the effects of a customer-driven business plan. They evaluate their potential markets using decision-making tools; describe their product/service decisions, define their target markets, and develop their marketing strategies. Successful branding and advertising are crucial to both the short-and long-term success of any business. In Marketing II students discuss the options available for promoting their businesses; analyze the costs of media options; discover promotional options that best match their target market and business image; learn techniques to prepare materials that represent their companies; develop promotional budgets and calendars; and identify strategies that evaluate promotional activity effectiveness.

 

MARKETING PRESENTATION

In this class, students make a professional business presentation of their Marketing Plan for their business.

 

MARKETING WORKSHOP

During this class - students work on their Marketing Plan assignment.

 

PRICING

Students learn how to determine the costs that will affect pricing and identify factors that will affect their pricing strategies. In this class students will illustrate how markup strategies affect their pricing; design pricing incentives for their businesses; and determine the appropriate pricing strategies for their businesses.

 

SELLING

During this class students define the role of selling in small businesses; analyze their products/services benefits; analyze potential customers; understand the steps of the selling process, and role-play selling their product or service to a potential client.

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