APBS

Practice firm

Overview

A Practice Firm (PF) works like a real company. Being present on the international market of PFs means constantly sustaining business relations with other practice enterprises. According to their line of business, the trainees will tackle all real life business cases – they will deal with suppliers, market the products and services offered by the practice firm, push sales, do accounting tasks and take management decisions, while having to cope with all the administrative and commercial challenges one faces in a true business.
Our Practice firm MIRAQS is member of the Tunisian Practice Firms Network (REET)

THE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT

To make the experience as realistic as possible, each learning space in APBS Practice
Firm (MIRAQS) is divided into different sections that represent the different
departments of a business such as reception, purchasing, human resources, operations
and marketing.

The PF approach emphasizes learning in four key areas:

 Ownership

Ownership

Trainees take responsibility for their own learning.

 Experiential

Experiential

Trainees’ learning is authentic and realistic.

 Cooperative

Cooperative

Trainees learn with and from others and understand the dynamics of working as part of a team.

Reflective

Reflective

Trainees experience the consequences of their decisions and apply that learning to future challenges.

HOW DOES A PRACTICE FIRM WORK ?

Learning by Doing

From the viewpoint of training, the practice firm allows for authentic business practice, as well as professional and didactic reappraisal.
This simulation of the economic reality will support the trainees’ self-starting qualities, creativity, entrepreneurship, responsibility, teamwork, and language skills – in a nutshell, those key credentials that are also relevant for life-long learning.

Process & Tasks in the Practice Firm

KEY PLAYERS

PARTNERS