Empower Yourself with our Online Programme!

Discover the keys to self-employment and

entrepreneurial success with our comprehensive week

online programme.


Ready to Take the Leap?

Please inform us if you’re interested in participating in the program:

How long is the programme?

This programme was originally designed as a 6-week programme, with one-hour live sessions. However, as the emphasis is on supporting learners and understanding their challenges, this  has resulted in the integration of extra live sessions conducted by various experts.

The active involvement of learners will be shaping the programme as they share their challenges and questions.


Who is eligible for this program?

This program is open to all students who have completed foundation courses at LSCS (formerly known as HATA Ltd).

What topics are covered in the programme?

This comprehensive program covers a range of modules, each exploring key facets of professional development:

  • Cultivating a Growth Mindset
  • Crafting Your Service
  • Strategies for Marketing and Promotion
  • Exploring Legal and Financial Considerations
  • Effective Collaboration with Parents
  • Developing Your Business Plan

Additionally, the program is designed to evolve continuously, with the incorporation of different themes, ensuring a dynamic and enriching learning experience for participants.

What is the programme fee?

The program is entirely free for all eligible course participants.

Are there any assessments?

No, this course does not include any assessments.

Upcoming dates

Live Sessions Details

31.01.2024 7pm       Growth Mindset
07.02.2023 7pm       Shape your service
28.02.2024 7pm       Marketing and Promotion

06.03.2024 7pm       Working with Parents
13.03.2024 7pm       Social Media Practice ( going live online)
20.03.2024 7pm       Creating your Business plan

Live sessions are  Zoom, each lasting approximately 1 hour.

Sessions are recorded

The recordings along with additional resources can be found on our e-learning platform.

All learners will have access to e-learning