Fit4Entrepreneurship is a training completing the entrepreneurial ecosystem by offering a follow-up to future entrepreneurs registered with ADEM. The scheme was developed by the Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with ADEM (Luxembourg’s National Employment Agency) and the Chamber of Skilled Crafts with the financial support of the European Social Fund and the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy. Trainers and coaches are experts in business creation, and come, among others, from the House of Entrepreneurship team. The House of Training carries out the administrative management of the training programme scheme, which lasts for 10 weeks.
The Fit4Entrepreneurship programme is exclusively for jobseekers registered with ADEM. Interested jobseekers can contact their personal ADEM advisor who will take care of the registration for an information workshop.
Jobseekers interested in the "Fit4 Entrepreneurship" programme can register for the Entrepreneurship Information Workshop to obtain general information. At the end of this workshop, candidates will be asked to complete a questionnaire. They will then be invited to participate in an interview with experts from the ADEM and the two employers' organisations who will then decide whether or not to admit them to the scheme.
The selected candidates will join the "Fit4 Entrepreneurship" programme, which is made up of two components:
- Training : better self-awareness, business idea modeling, introduction to business management, writing of a business plan.
- Coaching and guidance : in parallel to the training, candidates benefit from individual coaching by a company manager to successfully carry out the business project and get an indepth view about the risks and opportunities.
At the end of the programme, the candidates present their business project to the experts. During this interview, the decision to support the candidate or not in a post-creation scheme is made.
The level of education and qualifications must meet the required criteria to have access to the profession.
Training is offered in Luxembourgish, German, French or English.