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CSC Business Plan 1; Getting Started

  • By: Common Sense Corporate
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Price: £1 (Bulk discounts available)

This course forms part of the Common Sense Corporate (CSC) Business Planning Programme, which provides larger organisations with no-nonsense skills that can have an immediate and transforming impact on your business activities – be that across your company as a whole, or at a departmental, team or individual level. The business planning programme concepts and tools can be applied to both external delivery as well as helping you meet the needs of your internal stakeholders.

This foundation course will place you in the right mindset to start business planning. You’ll cover the fundamentals of developing a business plan, such as who needs one, why it is worth completing and the value of your personal contributions to such a plan.

This course can be bought individually or as part of the full programme – a 20% discount applies when purchasing the full CSC programme. The full programme comes with a handy downloadable workbook that includes templates to help you put your new skills into practice.


CSC Business Plan 1; Getting Started


After completing the course, learners will be able to:

  • Understand and identify the things you need to think about for your business plan
  • Be able to identify the different priorities of business plan users/readers
  • Know why a business plan is a good thing to have for your business
  • Feel ready and confident that you can write a thorough business plan and start achieving your goals


Topics explored in this course, CSC Business Plan 1; Getting Started:

  • Business planning programme
  • Who is it for?
  • Who are you?
  • Your business

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