On the first day of the course, participants had been introduced with each other through engaging ice-breakers, shared their experiences, and performed presentations on their own business ideas. On the second day, some of the participants lectured about their entrepreneurial experiences, successes, and failures. Afterwards, participants were given detailed information on the tools and methodologies of adopting effective strategies to evade wasting money in social business. The next part of the day was training on the differences between social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship. Participants also worked in groups and shared their thoughts within trainers on what mentoring means to them, their intentions for becoming a mentor, and the secrets of being a model mentor. On the third day, the trainers presented the Johari diagram similar to the SWOT analysis and explained how participation in civil society and social entrepreneurship activities was perceived by a particular group of people.