SETC provides entrepreneurship training based on integrated agriculture and practical technologies. Integrated farming includes agricultural cultivation, gardening, animal husbandry, fishery, agricultural product processing and agricultural waste processing, as well as soft skills (business, leadership and business communications management). While practical technologies include workshops, cosmetics salons, batik and handicrafts.
This is not limited to a technical training process, but also includes the business incubation process. To ensure the community experience innovation in direct application without the fear bearing the risks of learning and experimentation, the implementation of innovation is facilitated with the incubation process and business incubator facility. Business beginners can make use of this incubator facility as a beneficial work partner.