Cover Letter / Letter of Application Example and Advice

Cover Letter / Letter of Application Example and Advice

A full example of a covering letter for a teaching role. This has been tried and tested and never failed to get an interview. All you will need to do is amend various sections and change the skills and experience’s to suit you. It will need tailoring to the job you are applying for but that is always the case. The will save you a lot of time and almost guarantee you an interview. There are also guidance notes at the end providing further advice when applying for a job and writing a covering letter to help you out and to represent better value. Good luck! Constructive feedback welcome, please rate 5* if you get the job!!!
MrBusinessAndIT
Business Studies Intensive Revision - Edexcel Unit 1

Business Studies Intensive Revision - Edexcel Unit 1

PLEASE NOTE: In a previous version, some slides were In fact missing. As of 19/01/16 the correct version has now been linked up. Thank you for the review, pointing this out. If you attempt to download again, the updated version will be included. This is a superb set of resources to deliver an intensive revision session for Business Studies. This has been planned around the EDEXCEL Unit 1 specification, however could be used for other exam boards (see links to other specifications below). Topic 1 • Overview of the course and exam 1. Purpose of business 2. Goods and services 3. Objectives – financial and non financial 4. Market research – methods, primary/secondary, qualitative and quantitative, marketing mix. 5. Market mapping 6. Competition/differentiation 7. Added Value – sources, USPs, 4 P’s 8. Quality 9. Market demand and supply Activity 10. Franchising – adv and dis, key terms 11. Enterprise and enterprise skills 12. Entrepreneurs – characteristics/qualities 13. Creativity 14. Innovation and invention 15. Questions 16. Taking a calculated risk – upsides and downsides Activity 17. Revenues, costs, profits 18. Cash flow – forecasting/Statement, inflows/outflows, improving cash flow, reducing costs 19. Cash flow – closing balance/net cash flow, things that affect cash flow. (GET IT Strategy) 20. Obtaining finance – long term/short term/internal and external 21. Impact of interest rates 22. Exchange rates Activity 23. Limited and unlimited liability/sole traders 24. Business decisions and stakeholders 25. Business plan 26. Start up/tax issue – NI, income, VAT, corporation tax. Business names. HMRC. 27. Patents/Copyright/Trademark Activity 28. Customer satisfaction, good customer service and repeat purchase. 29. Recruiting staff (process and documents) training (on and off the job) and motivating, employment legislation. 30. Business cycle.
marteccy88
300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

This is a 25% sample of my very popular resource. The full resource can be found by searching for '300 generic lesson activities'. (Following its success in the summer sale, I have kept the sale price of £3). The description for the full file is as follows: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor
whizzbangbang
Introduction to Marketing Mix

Introduction to Marketing Mix

This is a powerpoint providing an introduction to the Marketing Mix concept. Terms such as Business Capital Amount, Target Market and the 4Ps (Product, Place, Price and Promotion) have been defined. The presentation also provides tips on best fit marketing products to target markets. It has been designed for students to individually have a play around with and thus allows students to learn at their own pace. Attached is a teacher cheat sheet. Feel free to edit this powerpoint as per your students' needs, however, please credit my work. Thanks!
glenyp
Product Life Cycle

Product Life Cycle

Learners match up the stages of the Product Life Cycle. Students can then identify products at each stage.
amortby
Blooms Ladder of Learning

Blooms Ladder of Learning

This allows you to explore the learning outcomes within the lesson. I have these printed on the table so that learners can peg where our learning is at. Also I have it as a poster A1 ( contact me for printing at an extra cost) learners come to the board to explore the meaning of these words.
amortby
Business Cards and Jobs

Business Cards and Jobs

This lesson has been created by real life explorer Sarah Weldon FRGS as part of her preparation for a world first solo row around the coast of Britain in 2017. It takes a fun look at the history of the business card, and why people, including explorers need a business card. This activity is centred around a video of Sarah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ5e_LP0xxE), followed by a cross curricular activity where students should design and make their own business card, practice their social etiquette, and learn more about the importance of the card and it's etiquette in different cultures to their own. Learning Objectives: 1. Students should write for different purposes (KS2 English) 2. Students should plan, draft, edit and proof-read (KS3-4 English) 3. Students should be taught to develop their creativity and ideas, and increase proficiency in their execution. (KS3 Art and Design). 4. Students should consider diverse national, regional, religious and ethnic identities in the United Kingdom and the need for mutual respect and understanding (KS4 Citizenship). 5. Students should recognise common uses of information technology beyond school (KS1 Computer Science). 6. Students should be taught to develop their capability, creativity and knowledge in computer science, digital media and information technology (KS4 Computer Science). 7. Students should be taught to design purposeful, functional, appealing products for themselves and other users based on design criteria (KS1 Design and Technology). Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277