Entrepreneurship refers to the process of creating a new value (physical or spiritual) through a committed effort, taking into account the risks posed by it. The term entrepreneurship originates from the French word “Entrepreneurs”, meaning “committed.” Entrepreneurship was first brought to economists’ attention, and all schools of economics from the 16th century until now have described entrepreneurship in their economic theories. Entrepreneurship management is recognized throughout the world as a well-known discipline. This field, which is more known for “Innovation and Business Management”, seeks to open up a new field in business. And the work and motivation of the entrepreneurial spirit of those who seek to set up a new business, create markets a thriving product, service, or even a new mindset brings significant changes to current and existing institutions and takes on the risk of new venture business. The people who are involved in this study will be the driving forces of the economy and economic activity. Entrepreneurship training students enter the socio-economic areas of the country and help accelerate the process of sustainable national development. This training course is equal to 80 training hours.