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Learning outcomes of the course
• The student has a good overview and understanding of co-operative activities and the co-operative as a form of enterprise.
• The student understands what operating in a co-operative means in practice.
• The student has a good overview of the stages of establishing a co-operative.
• The student recognises the opportunities created by co-operatives to commercialise one’s own competence and employ oneself.
• The student is motivated to work in teams with people from different fields and backgrounds.
• Principles of co-operative activities
• The power of working together – The co-operative as a team/community business
• Establishing a co-operative
• The co-operative as a means of employment – employing oneself in a co-operative
• Commercialising one’s own competence as products/services
• Creating contacts (marketing and sales)
• Co-operative business operations and revenue logic
• Working in multidisciplinary teams
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Presence control, active participation, task fulfillment.