Southeast College will be launching an Entrepreneurship for Trades micro-credential program this Fall. New entrepreneurs will learn how to turn their ideas, products, and services into successful businesses. “The work of today’s trade entrepreneurs goes beyond starting a business,” said Southeast President Vicky Roy. “To advance in the trades career, it is essential to learn how to think and act like an entrepreneur. Developing entrepreneurial thinking, behaviours and sustainable innovation business practices are the key to future career success.” The program consists of four courses delivered with online and live sessions.