Entrepreneurial skills development
Training whole entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp), published by the European Union in 2016, continues to be the north star of our training philosophy, defining entrepreneurship as "the capacity to act upon opportunities and ideas to create value for others.
While “entrepreneurial skills” and “entrepreneurship” more broadly have entered mainstream culture and discourse over the last decade, they're often misperceived as ‘the act of creating a business.’
While some entrepreneurs do create businesses, entrepreneurial skills and the act of entrepreneurship cover a broad range of sensibilities, sensitivities, roles, and goals.
VFC trains for deep personal growth, including confidence, self-awareness, and collaboration.
Change has always been the only constant, but the scale and frequency of the shifts we're living through are unprecedented. This generation of Canadians must prepare for jobs that don’t yet exist.
Entrepreneurial skills are rooted in critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, adaptability, and antifragility. Sticking a landing in today's economy benefits from experience in these abilities regardless of the field.