In my universe, humanity has learned how to open wormholes for transportation, how they are opened is irrelevant and can be hand-waved, what must be kept in mind is that when they are opened, two ends appear near each other.
Assuming a stable Schwarzschild-like wormhole, that is essentially a black hole, how could one of its ends be transported? Preferably in a spaceship?
I would like a more science-based answer. While it doesn't need to be possible in real life, I just would like to make the hand-waving less brutal.
Edit. It is previously stated that it is a stable wormhole in the second paragraph, so evaporation should not be a concern and is out of the scope of this question. Again, the means by which it is created are also irrelevant. Just assume a regular Schwarzschild wormhole, or even a black hole if needed. Most aspects of this issue are out of the scope of this question, I just need a means to explain how to transport it for a particular chapter of the story, everything else is either dealt with or handwaved.
To anyone who thinks that what I'm asking is unclear, please re-read the title and assume a standard Schwarzschild wormhole. To anyone downvoting this, please re-read the question.