The e-learning training of the “Forsa” program is now generalized at the level of the 12 regions of the Kingdom, announced on Thursday the Ministry of Tourism, Handicrafts and the Social and Solidarity Economy.
“In line with the objective of reaching the cruising speed of the FORSA program during the week of June 27, the e-learning training of the Forsa program is generalized at the level of the 12 regions. The first groups of learners, accompanied by their incubators, are starting their training today at https://academy.forsa.ma/,” the ministry said in a statement.
The “FORSA” program is based on close support for the project leader and relies on e-learning training as an innovative method to democratize access to the key notions of entrepreneurship.
Training on the “Forsa Academy” platform is accessible to different categories of learners, regardless of their level of education and entrepreneurial maturity, through a language adapted to the local context and richly illustrated. This accessibility also extends to people with sensory difficulties thanks to the subtitling of all videos in French and classic Arabic.
The academic path is divided into 10 modules which lead learners from a level of awareness to a level of application in their entrepreneurial project, the statement said, noting that these modules deal in particular with the personal qualities of the entrepreneur, definition of market needs, knowledge of the customer, key resources, cost calculation and legal forms.
The Forsa Academy platform is also a tool for monitoring learners by their incubators through the provision of educational and evaluation tools. It is also intended to be fun to encourage learners to progress in their learning thanks to a system of points, badges and certificates.