SAIE - Annual Reports

By: South African Institute For Entrepreneurship  11-11-2011
Keywords: Annual Report

2008/9 Annual Report

Annual Report for the period January 2008 – December 2009. Improving and innovating for more effective South African entrepreneurship. Since we develop learning materials, you would think that we’re passionate about teaching. But you’d be wrong. We’re not passionate about teaching. We’re passionate about learning. And this subtle shift in focus from teaching to learning is what really defines our educational philosophy. Our programmes focus on learning. They blend content, logistics and methodologies. They develop entrepreneurial passion, spirit and vision. They provide learners with the experience of “entrepreneurland”. They offer state-of-the-art learning props that bring creative learning cultures into the classroom or training room. And they do all this to help light and sustain the fire and joy of learning today in the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

2007 Annual Report

Annual Report for the period January – December 2007. Improving and innovating for more effective South African entrepreneurship. Since we develop learning materials, you would think that we’re passionate about teaching — but you’d be wrong. We’re not passionate about teaching — we’re passionate about learning. This subtle shift in focus from teaching to learning is what really defines our educational philosophy.

Our programmes focus on learning. They blend content, logistics and methodologies. They develop entrepreneurial passion, spirit and vision. They provide learners with the experience of “entrepreneurland”. They offer state-of-the-art learning props that bring creative learning cultures into the classroom or training room. And they do all this to help light and sustain the fire and joy of learning today in the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

2006 Annual Report

Annual Report for the period January – December 2006. Improving and innovating for more effective South African entrepreneurship. Since we develop learning materials, you would think that we’re passionate about teaching. But you’d be wrong. We’re not passionate about teaching. We’re passionate about learning. And this subtle shift in focus from teaching to learning is what really defines our educational philosophy. Our programmes focus on learning. They blend content, logistics and methodologies. They develop entrepreneurial passion, spirit and vision. They provide learners with the experience of “entrepreneurland”. They offer state-of-the-art learning props that bring creative learning cultures into the classroom or training room. And they do all this to help light and sustain the fire and joy of learning today in the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

2005 Annual Report

Annual Report for the period January – December 2005. Improving and innovating for more effective South African entrepreneurship. Our challenge is to develop entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs undertake ventures. They start up enterprises. They initiate projects. So our aim is really to develop the attitudes that lead to such initiatives. If we want learners to develop entrepreneurial habits they must “just do it”. No amount of theoretical or academic preparation can substitute for the challenge of actually being required to get something done.

Keywords: Annual Report

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