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NCFE Level 2 Technical Award in Business and Enterprise Practice paper

NCFE Level 2 Technical Award in Business and Enterprise Practice paper

This is a mock paper i created especially for the NCFE Level 2 Technical Award. With the limitations on resources available, this paper focuses on what students learnt in Unit 1 Starting a Business or Enterprise. In particular Learning outcome 1, ‘Understanding how businesses and enterprises are started’ and parts of learning outcome 2, ‘Understanding what should be included in a business plan’. Business aims and objectives Business legal structures Business stakeholders Entrepreneurial characteristics and Skills The sections of a business plan. I have also included a mark sheet with possible answers I tried to match this paper as close to what NCFE would produce and so giving students extra opportunities to make progress.
hvandekaa
Operations ManagementUnit 4.1.1Production of goods ond servicesIGCSE – Business Studies

Operations Management Unit 4.1.1Production of goods ond services IGCSE – Business Studies

Whole Lesson: A whole lesson on this topic as stated. It is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teaching and Students’ note taking and class works. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 4.1 Production of goods and services 4.1.1 Explain the meaning of production: • Managing resources effectively to produce goods and services • Difference between production and productivity • Benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour skills • Do the work sheet and Class Activity questions provided.
daniaewodage
Eduqas AS Level Business - Complete Year 1 Study Notes

Eduqas AS Level Business - Complete Year 1 Study Notes

A very detailed series of study notes designed to complement the first year teaching of Component One (Business Opportunities and Business Functions) which forms the basis of the entire AS Level qualification or the Paper 1 requirement of the full A Level. These notes are accessible, well designed and indexed with a specific focus upon the specification requirements of the WJEC/Eduqas A Level in Business. With no textbook offering from the main publishing houses, these booklets are designed to act as a direct substitute at a cost that I hope reflects excellent value for money. The 420 pages cover the following areas: Business Opportunities Enterprise; Business Plans; Markets; Consumer Protection; Demand and Supply; Price and Income Elasticity; Market Research; Business Structure; Business Location; Business Finance; Revenue & Costs Business Functions The Marketing Mix; Product; Price; Promotion; Place; Decisions about the Marketing Mix; Marketing and New Technology; Budgeting; Cash Flow Forecasting; Business Finance; The Income Statement; Financial Ratios; Changes in Working Practices; Workforce Planning and Recruitment; Training and Appraisal; Workforce Performance; Organisational Design; Motivation; Management and Leadership; Employer-Employee Relations; Added Value; Production; Productivity; Technology; Lean Production; Quality; Purchasing; Research and Development and finally Economies of Scale.
TeachingBusiness
Eduqas A Level Business - Complete Year 2 Study Notes

Eduqas A Level Business - Complete Year 2 Study Notes

A very detailed series of study notes designed to complement the second year teaching of Component Two (Business Analysis and Strategy) and Component Three (Business in a Changing World). These notes are accessible, well designed and indexed with a specific focus upon the specification requirements of the WJEC/Eduqas A Level in Business. With no textbook offering from the main publishing houses, these booklets are designed to act as a direct substitute at a cost that I hope reflects excellent value for money. The 349 pages cover the following areas: Component Two Data Analysis Market Analysis Sales Forecasting Balance Sheets Depreciation Financial Ratios Aims and Objectives Strategy and Implementation Decision Tree Analysis Critical Path Analysis Cost-Benefit Analysis Investment Appraisal Techniques Special Order Decisions Component Three Business Change Risk Management PEST: Political PEST: Economics PEST: Social PEST: Technological Legal Factors Ethical Influences Business and the Environment International Trade Globalisation The European Union
TeachingBusiness
ETHICS CIVICS: BIG Business Ethics > Investigative Research & Blogging ACTIVITY

ETHICS CIVICS: BIG Business Ethics > Investigative Research & Blogging ACTIVITY

Students will role play being an Investigative Journalist who follows big business crisis which involves consumer product failings. This is an all inclusive independent student activity. Skill sets acquired and utilized includes: Investigate and research a critical consumer product crisis Planning and notation using a step-by-step template questionnaire Report, Write, and Edit a blog that explains how a selected company ethically resolved a consumer product issue. Students will be actively engaged in this comprehensive activity to enhance, develop, and create awareness in: Critical Thinking Skills for Information Dissemination Public Opinion, Response and Concerns Big Business Ethics and Rationale for Resolving a Product Failing Writing/Editing/Journaling Skills for Reporting Details Fact Finding and Cross Reference Checks for Verification Guidelines and Ideas for Effective Blog Writing
PattyAnnsPetProject
Money Concepts that Make Cent$: Money Term$ & Account Types = Great Finance Skills!

Money Concepts that Make Cent$: Money Term$ & Account Types = Great Finance Skills!

Learn Basic Money Term$ & Account Type$. An introductory book presenting simple, easy to learn concepts about the major types of money accounts that will be encountered during a person’s life. Examples, worksheets, and plenty of illustrations. Ready made lessons and full curriculum! Topic Highlights: ~ What is Money? *What is Value? *The Origin of Money ~ Terms to Describe Money ~ Types of Money Accounts: *Checking *Savings *Credit & Loan Accounts ~ Investment Accounts: *CDs *Stocks *Bonds *Mutual Funds ~ Retirement Accounts: *Pension Plans & IRAs ~ Other Great Money Tips: *Saving *Spending *MORE!
PattyAnnsPetProject
Ethical, Legal and Environmental Factors: Environmental

Ethical, Legal and Environmental Factors: Environmental

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification (but are suitable for all boards). These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of business and the environment. They explore the various aspects of the environment that business activity have an impact upon and consider different forms of government intervention, the role of pressure groups and the impact of changing business activity as a result of a more informed and education consumer. Specifically the slides focus upon air, water and noise pollution, waste management, the destruction of the environment, climate change and congestion before examining forms of intervention including Green Taxes such as the Congestion Charge, Land Fill Tax and the promotion of alternative sources of energy, before concluding with an evaluation of how the environment has impacted upon business behaviour. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with solutions). The pack also contains a FREE set of student revision notes.
TeachingBusiness
Ethical, Legal and Environmental Factors: Legal

Ethical, Legal and Environmental Factors: Legal

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification (but are suitable for all boards). These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of legislation and business. They explore the meaning of business law, why it matters and its impact upon business activity. Specifically, the slides examine consumer law, competition law, employment law, company law, data protection laws including the new GDPR requirements, intellectual property laws and the National Minimum Wage. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with solutions). The pack also contains a FREE set of student revision notes.
TeachingBusiness
Human resource management the HRM unit2 part on iALevel Business revision notes

Human resource management the HRM unit2 part on iALevel Business revision notes

18 slide PPT with spares for discussion and example writing and a mime (acting task) and a news story about stealing a pie and being sacked. Purpose and roles of HRM = The role of HRM in meeting organisation objectives: recruitment, selection, training, induction, advice, guidance, workforce planning Recruitment and selection = Labour turnover, methods of recruitment and selection Job descriptions, person specifications, job advertisements = Purposes of job descriptions, person specifications and job advertisements Employment contracts = Main features of a contract of employment Disciplinary procedures = The importance of disciplinary procedures Redundancy and dismissal = Difference between redundancy and dismissal Staff morale and welfare = Relationship between HRM, staff morale and welfare in a business Staff training = The purpose of staff development/training as a means of securing required skills and motivating the workforce Hard and Soft HRM
markdevonslade
Unit4 Operations and Project Management iAlevel Business (entire unit revision notes as PPT)

Unit4 Operations and Project Management iAlevel Business (entire unit revision notes as PPT)

45 slides of the whole unit as pointers, most slides allow students to write their own examples and encourage discussion. Good for iAlevel Business and L3 BTEC includes: Operations decisions = The influence of marketing, availability of resources and technology (e.g. CAD and CAM) on operations decisions Flexibility and innovation = The need for flexibility with regard to volume, delivery time and specification • Process innovation Operations methods: job, batch, flow, mass customisation Differences between methods – advantages and disadvantages of each method • Problems of changing from one method to another Location = Factors that determine (a) location and (b) relocation: geographic, demographic, legal, political, resources, infrastructure, marketing • Differences between local, regional, national, international location decisions Scale of operation = Factors that influence the scale of a business • Causes and examples of internal/external economies/ diseconomies of scale Links between economies of scale and unit costs
markdevonslade
Unit1 for iAlevel business as revision notes External influences on business activity

Unit1 for iAlevel business as revision notes External influences on business activity

Unit1 for iAlevel business as revision notes External influences on business activity Can use for BTEC L3 business Includes spares to write example name and mime/act out inflation. Includes 34 slides and Economic constraints and enablers (inflation, exahnge rates, interest rates Political and legal Technological (including the Internet) Problems of introducing technological change How businesses are constrained by and rely on other businesses Social and why businesses need to consider the needs of the community including pressure groups Demographic and how a business might react to a given demographic change Environmental and how (physical) environmental issues might influence business behaviour
markdevonslade
Edexcel GCSE Business Theme 2 - 2.2.1 Product

Edexcel GCSE Business Theme 2 - 2.2.1 Product

This 2 lesson pack on the design mix and product life cycle really makes the topic engaging, some discussions, interesting real life examples to help understand the concepts, 3 and 6 mark question, worksheets etc - activities could be extended to three lessons depending on ability.
zeeprod1
AQA Business A/as level:  Measure of HR performance Labour Turnover and Employee Retention Lesson

AQA Business A/as level: Measure of HR performance Labour Turnover and Employee Retention Lesson

Designed in 2018 for my year 12 business A level class Full lesson on the measures of HR performance - Labour turnover and Employee Retention starts off labour turnover with a Data for bell work/starter then does into discussion of why does it matter before looking at some data of different industries/sectors then eval q to develop higher order skills and depends on then moves onto employee retention with some data to analyse before comparing sectors/industries then a decision making activity and reading to support.
JonathanYoung
Revision playing cards for iGCSE and GCSE Business that cover the whole syllabus

Revision playing cards for iGCSE and GCSE Business that cover the whole syllabus

Revision playing cards for iGCSE and GCSE Business that cover the whole syllabus . These are ready to print, then you cut and fold over and laminate and have a reusable pack of revision cards for normal and revision activities Question cards x 36 and include: Explain limited & unlimited liability. Which liability do you want? Explain and draw on the board ways of segmenting a market Draw cost plus pricing on the board for a burger that costs $0.75 to make and the owners want $1.50 profit Action cards x 36 and include: Act out and explain a “Bull Market” using dance and sounds. Using a basketball and football explain and act out the opportunity cost. Using your mime artist skills act out (without sounds) inflation, hyperinflation and deflation Plus 3 x Question cards and 3 x Action cards joker type cards including You have been voted “Student of the week” due to your mime and acting skills… You can know use the teachers chair for one lesson of your choice What is the best subject to learn at School, College and University?.. Business
markdevonslade
Business Ethics

Business Ethics

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification (but are suitable for all boards). These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of business ethics. They explore the meaning of ethics with a consideration of the main ethical themes facing business before evaluating the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Specifically the slides focus upon environmental issues facing business, animal rights, the treatment of customers, employees and suppliers, the benefits and drawbacks of CSR, the conflict between profit and ethics and Carroll’s CSR pyramid, before concluding with a look at the wider impact of ethics upon a business and its stakeholders. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with solutions). The pack also contains a FREE set of student revision notes.
TeachingBusiness
Cashflow, Revenue and Costs Game

Cashflow, Revenue and Costs Game

This game is designed to help KS4 or KS5 students get their heads around the topic of business finance in a fun way. Its set within the context of a summer music festival and students need to run their own business stalls, showing problem solving, teamwork and leadership skills. Topics covered are cashflow, revenue, costs and profit, however it would be really easy to tag other concepts such as promotion onto the activity as well. Teachers can have even more fun with it by decorating the classroom with a festival vibe and play some Glastonbury footage during the exercise…have fun!
ANTBURRELL
GCSE Business Stock Market Trading Game

GCSE Business Stock Market Trading Game

The lesson turns the classroom into the stock market floor with students buying and selling in a range of made up organisations. The news in brief gives an insight into the next weeks trading as students become money hungry and strive to outdo each other. The lesson teaches the concepts of shares and share prices. More specifically the factors that might influence share prices.
allred
GCSE Business Studies - Trading Game

GCSE Business Studies - Trading Game

The lesson is a trading game based around the topics of factors of supply and demand. The students work in groups buying and selling batches of fictional Teddy Bears. As different things occur the price for raw materials changes as does the selling price of the Teddy Bears. At the end of the lesson I do a small debrief with the students looking at the factors affecting the supply and demand for products. Very interactive lesson that engages students from the off.
allred
A Level Business - Basic Calculation Revision Activities

A Level Business - Basic Calculation Revision Activities

A revision lesson targeting knowledge and understanding of the early calculations within the AQA Alevel specification. However this can be used for other specifications and used as a stretch and challenge activity for MAGT students within GCSE classes. Topics covered are: Costs, Revenue and Profits Breakeven calculations Breakeven charts Cashflow forecasting.
allred
A Level Economics - Game Theory

A Level Economics - Game Theory

An introductory lesson on the concept of Game Theory and the Nash Equilibrium. The lesson is interactive with the students participating in some Game Theory games before looking at some of the concepts around the topic and and how to construct a basic playoff matrix.
allred
A - Level Business Studies - Critical Path Analysis Lesson

A - Level Business Studies - Critical Path Analysis Lesson

An interactive introductory lesson on the topic of critical path. I either get the students to complete the critical path on their desks using whiteboard pens or I buy a roll of wallpaper for them to write on. The lesson starts by looking at my breakfast before introducing the idea of critical path. I print out the slide showing nodes etc and give this to the students to aid them in completing the exercises.
allred
A Level Business - Payback Periods Lesson

A Level Business - Payback Periods Lesson

An A Level business lesson on the topic of Payback periods. The resources contains step by step student instructions for calculating payback periods as well as a learning ladder. The idea of the learning ladder is based on that of SOLO taxonomy enabling students to move from the most basic understanding to one where they can review a range of factors in relation to the topic.
allred
Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1 & A*C Specifications) Globalisation Revision Lesson.

Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1 & A*C Specifications) Globalisation Revision Lesson.

A revision lesson on the topics of globalisation and protectionism. The QR codes provide students with the information to complete and create their concept maps. They then use this concept map to undertake the exam question which is peer or self assessed. I use a PIE structure which allows the students to show impact of their suggestions on the business and then explain this out. The QR codes work for any device i.e. mobile phone or iPads.
allred
Business Change

Business Change

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification (but are suitable for all boards). These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of change. They identify some the main causes of change within a business and consider not only the effects of change but also how change needs to be managed and why there is likely to be resistance to change. Specifically the slides look at internal and external change, unplanned and planned change, J. Storey’s four different approaches to change, Lewin’s three step process, Kotter and Schlesinger’s resistance to change models, organisational culture and the impact of change upon a business and its stakeholders. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with solutions). The pack also contains a FREE set of student revision notes.
TeachingBusiness
BUSINESS Assessment: 5 Finance - GCSE Homework Booklet

BUSINESS Assessment: 5 Finance - GCSE Homework Booklet

GCSE BUSINESS Assessment / Homework Booklet Assessment Booklet specifically developed for Unit 5. Finance of the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) specification (J204 - for first assessment in 2019). It is composed out of past paper questions taken from the 2x sample papers released by OCR, together with a number of questions from the old OCR Business Studies specification. Each section has a breakdown of what students are required to learn, and all questions include shared success criteria to enable students to become familiar with mark schemes. This resource has been created to save you time in developing fit-for-purpose student assessment for the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) course. Please take a look at my other resources (Complete set of Assessment Booklets + Tracking Sheet also available).
cmanbrink
BUSINESS Assessment: 4 Operations - GCSE Homework Booklet

BUSINESS Assessment: 4 Operations - GCSE Homework Booklet

GCSE BUSINESS Assessment / Homework Booklet Assessment Booklet specifically developed for unit 4. Operations of the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) specification (J204 - for first assessment in 2019). Can also be used for any other Business, Finance, or Enterprise-related course. It is composed out of past paper questions taken from the 2x sample papers released by OCR, together with a number of questions from the old OCR Business Studies specification. Each section has a breakdown of what students are required to learn, and all questions include shared success criteria to enable students to become familiar with mark schemes. This resource has been created to save you time in developing fit-for-purpose student assessment for the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) course. Please take a look at my other resources (Complete set of Assessment Booklets + Tracking Sheet also available).
cmanbrink
BUSINESS Assessment: 3 People - GCSE Homework Booklet

BUSINESS Assessment: 3 People - GCSE Homework Booklet

GCSE BUSINESS Assessment / Homework Booklet Assessment Booklet specifically developed for Unit 3. People of the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) specification (J204 - for first assessment in 2019). It is composed out of past paper questions taken from the 2x sample papers released by OCR, together with a number of questions from the old OCR Business Studies specification. Each section has a breakdown of what students are required to learn, and all questions include shared success criteria to enable students to become familiar with mark schemes. This resource has been created to save you time in developing fit-for-purpose student assessment for the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) course. Please take a look at my other resources (Complete set of Assessment Booklets + Tracking Sheet also available).
cmanbrink
Unit 2: Marketing Revision Sheet - Research Methods, Segmentation, Marketing Mix

Unit 2: Marketing Revision Sheet - Research Methods, Segmentation, Marketing Mix

Unit 2: Marketing Revision Sheet Developed for the Unit:2 Marketing element of the OCR GCSE (1-9) Business course, but can be used for any Business, Finance, or Enterprise course. Including content on: 2.2 Market Research Methods 2.3 Market Segmentation 2.4 Marketing Mix 3-page revision booklet to aid students’ understanding of Marketing. Please check out my other resources.
cmanbrink
Unit 1: Business Activity Revision Sheet - Ownership, Stakeholders, Integration and Growth

Unit 1: Business Activity Revision Sheet - Ownership, Stakeholders, Integration and Growth

Unit 1: Business Activity Revision Sheet Developed for the OCR GCSE (1-9) Business specification, but can be used for any business, finance, or enterprise course. 2-page revision document consisting of key terms and business content from the ‘Business Activity’ unit: 1.1 Why Businesses Exist 1.2 Planning for Business Success 1.3 Business Ownership 1.4 Aims and Objectives 1.5 Stakeholders 1.6 Integration and Growth Please check out my other resources.
cmanbrink
6 pages Short Answer Questions (with contexts) on bits that can catch students out Yr2/Alevel AQA

6 pages Short Answer Questions (with contexts) on bits that can catch students out Yr2/Alevel AQA

Put together as a revision tool for my upper 6. 6 pages of short answer questions on all the bitty bits of the YEAR 2/ALEVEL spec which can be easily forgotten about. each question has a theory which allows student check they know that exact theory. each theory has a context in the question to practice application. if used in class can they be used for evaluation by adding it depends…
JonathanYoung
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) Revision Pack - Year 10

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) Revision Pack - Year 10

This bundle is great for those teaching AQA GCSE Business (9-1) & following the scheme of work set by the exam board and have taught the following units: Busines in the Real World Influences on Business Human Resources For each unit there is: Scaffolded revison map to help revise the important content CrossWord Search revision game which combines the skill of a crossword with the fun of a wordsearch. Also a big 40 question revision quiz which covers content on all of the units.
Coxy008
GCSE Business: Trade Unions

GCSE Business: Trade Unions

The presentation with hyperlinks to videos from the PFA & The Co-op Party is to introduce an outline of trade unions. The presentation attempts to help students build a picture of wider aspects of the trade unions and work. I have used this in my GCSE Business class and I am happy for any feedback.
GaryMcD
Promotion IGCSE

Promotion IGCSE

Specifically designed for Cambridge International Exams IGCSE syllabus Covers: 3.3.4 Promotion: • The aims of promotion • Different forms of promotion and how they influence sales, e.g. advertising, sales promotion • The importance of the marketing budget in making promotion decisions; need for cost effectiveness in spending the marketing budget 3.3.5 Technology and the marketing mix: • Define and explain the concept of e-commerce • The opportunities and threats of e-commerce to business and consumers • Use of the internet and social networks for promotion Key concepts and problems solving activities aimed at preparing students for paper 1 and paper 2 questions
Joseib