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PATTERNS OF COMMUNITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH INDEPENDENCE AT THE COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER IN BANTEN

By Suparno

Community Entrepreneurship Education Program (CEDP) at the Community Learning Center (CLC) in Banten province seems not to be ready, independent, and developed in entrepreneurship. It is due to the supporting factors in the raw input, instrumental input, and environmental input have not yet shown a meaningful impact for the establishment of the independence of the learners. In an effort to establish the independence of the CEDP in Banten, the patterns of independent education has been formed. Patterns of independence in CEDP are done in two patterns, i.e. the pattern of opportunities and the pattern of challenges. These two patterns are based on the willingness and ability of entrepreneurs. The willingness of entrepreneurs would appear if supported by social economic factor, as well as the ability of entrepreneurs if supported by technical and business skills that have been possessed. The willingness and ability of entrepreneurs will grow the possibility of new ventures and grow new business types. To grow a new venture, the activities undertaken by the CEDP should be directed and integrated with the aim of the regency/city government so that the learning has an impact on self-reliance and community expectations.



Keyword entrepreneurship education, independent education, opportunity pattern, challenge pattern, entrepreneurial ability
Topic Lifelong Learning Innovation (Approach, Strategy, Method and Technique)
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