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  • 1. CEFE by: Sugeng Priyanto Certified International CEFE Adviser & Trainer 03.01.2011 page 1
  • 2. Regional EconomicDevelopment 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 2 2 page
  • 3. presentati Competency basedo Economies throughn Formation of Enterprise Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 Seite 3 3 page
  • 4. What is CEFE?a comprehensive training concept and methodology to strengthen competencies needed for a successful start and career asmo Entrepreneur Employeed Managerel in all kind of businesses To achieve this, CEFE uses  amazing participative training methods  for professional growth of its clients. Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 4 4 page
  • 5. How does CEFE function? Stage 1: Awareness Stage 2: Acceptance Stage 3: Goal Setting Stage 4: Strategies or Action Plans Stage 5: Direct Experience Stage 6: Transformation & Empowerment Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 5 5 page
  • 6. Using Experiential Learning to Promote Entrepreneurship  Provided brief lecture and then participants are assisted to decide their own solutions.  Structured Learning Exercises (SLE) designed to fulfill situation and needs of learning. Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 6 6 page
  • 7. Using Experiential Learning to Promote Entrepreneurship Using multi-dimension of learning technique (pantomime, story, case study, role playing, etc.) to empower memory of learning experience. Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 7 7 page
  • 8. Evaluation ProvidingTraining Modules Monitoringusing CEFE Facilitating Follow-up Consulting AssistanceLadder Presenting Business Viability Test Business Plan Finance Formulating O&M Production/ Technology Business Plan Market & Marketing Idea / Project Selection Matching Idea Screening Individual to the Idea Generating Project Strategy Engineering Unlocking Environment Situation Competencies Quality, Vision, Resources Individual / Group Dynamic Selection Recruitment & Enrollment Promotion Launching /Environment Assessment Regional Economic Kick off Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 8 8 page
  • 9. Method: Experiential Learning Cycle1. Action2. Publishing3. Analyzing4. Generalizing5. Application Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 Seite 9 9 page
  • 10. Personal Qualities for Successful Business People  information creativity  opportunity seeking seeking  self confidence  decision making  moderate risk taking  responsibility persistance  learning from acceptance failures Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 10 Seite 10
  • 11. Effective CEFE Training for Start-up Business Module 1: Unlocking Competencies Module 2 : Project Identification & Matching to the Individual Module 3: Business Plan Module 4: Business Viability Test Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 11 Seite 11
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  • 13. CEFE Training for Existing Business Business Improvement Course:  Impact & Usage: Module 1  To make possibility for Improving Entrepreneurial managers and business owner Competency. to assess their own strengths and weaknesses. Module 2 Situation Analysis and  They learn to diagnose what the Business Performance good or the bad of their Diagnosis. business. Growth Management  To improve administrative file Module 3 Formulating Business  To enhance sales and to Improvement Plan expand their business Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 13 Seite 13
  • 14. Sector Effective Trainings for Micro & SMEs:Entrefarm Game: Farming EntrepreneursEntrefish Game : Fishery EntrepreneursEntrecraft Game: Handicraft Entrepreneurs Business Learning for Farming, Fishery & Handicraft:  Planning & budgeting of money and time.  Land use, investment and options of crops varieties, varieties of fish, selecting of raw materials.  Planning of capital spend.  Keeping the positive cash flow.  Bookkeeping  Finance Management  Negosiating to buyer, supplier, and neighbours.  Impact of depending on middleman.  Taking initiative in their daily life Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 14 Seite 14
  • 15. Europe Difussion Albania Germany Hungary Italy Latin America MacedoniaD and NetherlandsI the Caribbean Poland PortugalF Argentina RussiaU Bolivia Romania Brazil UcraineS Chile Africa AsiaS Colombia Egypt Algeria Bangladesh China Ecuador Ethiopia BotsuanaI El Salvador Ivory Coast Cameroon Indonesia Laos Kirgistan NepalO Guatemala Kenia Mali Pakistan Palestine Honduras Mozambique NamibiaN Jamaica Rwanda Zimbabwe Philippines Sri Lanka South Africa Tanzania Thailand Yemen Mexico Tunisia Angola Uzbekistan Vietnam Nicaragua Benin Congo Cambodia Fiji Paraguay Burkina Faso Malawi Kazakhstan India Peru Cape Verde Mauritania Lebanon Malaysia Dom. Republic Regional Economic Development Morocco Nigeria Papua N.G. Singapore Uruguay Swaziland Togo Turkmenistan East Timor Venezuela 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 15 Seite 15
  • 16. Small & Cooperative Medium Entreprise NGO Big Company & Graduate/ Uni- MNC CEFE Trainers versity Student for Entrepreneurship Former and Economic Development Vocational Combatant Training Institution Farmer, Fisher, other Villagers Local Bank & MFI GovernmentRegional Economic AgenciesDevelopment 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 16 Seite 16
  • 17. History of CEFE in Indonesia1. Appreciation Workshop was conducted by KADIN and Industrial Ministry in1989 and 1st CEFE TOT was conducted in 1990.2. Many CEFE trainings were conducted by LKI (Lembaga Kewirausahaan Indonesia—Indonesia Entrepreneurship Institute) and some State Owned Companies (BUMN) in cooperation with Technonet Asia (Singapore).3. GTZ Project in West Pasaman, Padang developed full scale network.4. LKI in cooperation with LPPM and some NGOs developed CEFE Programmes in Indonesia, e.g: SMEs Promoting Projects in East Java & Bali Provinces in 1998-2001 supported by UE, CEFE trainings were also implemented in West Timor, Nusa Penida Island; Papua; West Kalimantan; Central Kalimantan and East Kalimantan during 1999 – 2008.5. CEFE TOTs for Vocational School Teachers were conducted in VEDC Malang in 2002 and 2003.6. Do It Yourself Business Plan Manual in Indonesian was developed.7. ADB was conducted CEFE TOT for NGOs of Aceh and Nias in Feb-March 2006.8. GTZ projects conducted CEFE in Indonesia (Lombok, Aceh): Economic Recovery and Microfinance (ERMF) Project started to use CEFE in Aceh, CEFE TOTs and some variations: Busy Start, Sectorals (Entrefarm, Entrefish, Entrecraft; Entretambak in 2006).9. GTZ projects RED in Central Java: CEFE TOT Version 2 (Feb-March 2007) and in Aceh (CEFE TOT for Women April-May 2007).10. LPPM established Masters degree on Entrepreneurship and Retail Management.11. First Indonesian International CEFE Trainer recognized by CEFE International in February 2007.12. Indonesia CEFE Trainers Association (so called CEFE Indonesia) was re-established in 2007, supported by GTZ RED. Regional Economic Development 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 17 Seite 17
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  • 24. Thank youRegional EconomicDevelopment 03.01.2011 03.01.2011 page 24 Seite 24