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Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

An elevator speech can be used to introduce yourself, talk about your company, network or pitch an idea. Everyone should have an elevator speech for different situations. It allows you to clearly and concisely get your message across so that others understand you and your intentions. This presentation focuses on using an Elevator Speech in a workplace environment. By the end of the presentation learners will have created and practiced their own elevator speech. Learning Objectives: - Understand what an elevator speech is. - Understand why you need to have an elevator speech. - Learn how to prepare an elevator speech. - Learn how to deliver an elevator speech.
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U1 The Business Enterprise Environment Word Search

U1 The Business Enterprise Environment Word Search

This resource contains a Word Search to help introduce vocabulary associated with the features of different enterprises. A good introduction to the topic to familiarise learners with the terminology associated with learning outcome A of this unit. All materials allow for differentiated learning and include the following: handouts in pdf & png format with a set of clues in txt & pdf format interactive quizzes timed and non-timed (run index file in a *browser) Set of answers in pdf format *(Please note that Safari and Microsoft Edge could not display interactive quizzes when tested) Please leave constructive feedback, many thanks.
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Summarising non fiction text and articles - Powerpoint and Worksheets

Summarising non fiction text and articles - Powerpoint and Worksheets

This 15 slide powerpoint training presentation shows learners show to summarise text. This is an essential skill that takes practice to master. The resource also contains worksheets that complement the presentation. Files are available in pdf and ppt editable format. Presentation Content: What does summarising mean? Strategies to use when summarising – Nutshell method What Not to Summarise Task 1 – Write a summary about yourself Task 2 – Summarise a passage – example answer provided Task 3 – Group Activity – summarise an article
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Workplace Diversity - Supervising across Language Barriers

Workplace Diversity - Supervising across Language Barriers

This is a 20 slide powerpoint presentation that tackles the subject of Workplace Diversity. Our workplaces are made up of many different races, cultures and languages. This often creates communication problems that slow down production, cause misunderstandings and generally can create a divided workforce if issues are not addressed. There is an editable ppt file and a pdf. This powerpoint is for Supervisors and Managers that work in such an environment. It contains practical advice for dealing with language issues in particular. Topics covered: Definition Manager’s responsibilities The employee’s perspective Use clear english Other ways to bridge the gap Assess understanding
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Workplace Issues: Brainstorm, Problem Solve and Create SMART Goals

Workplace Issues: Brainstorm, Problem Solve and Create SMART Goals

This is a 20 slide professional presentation that also contains word templates for learners to work on as part of the training presentation. The presentation includes step by step processes and you-tube examples. There is also a teachers document that contains extra information relating to the slides. Learning Objectives: You will learn how to Brainstorm effectively to generate ideas. You will then use the Fish Bone Analysis tool to identify the cause and effect of a workplace problem. Finally, you will create a SMART goal to address the problem. This is an effective introduction for learners that are about to embark upon a project in any industry. It encourages good practice for resolution of issues and problems. It gives them essential skills to work through issues using logical methods.
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Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday

Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday

This a collection of five lessons around saving / borrowing / budgeting for a holiday (Lessons are also available individually - "1: Design your dream holiday" / "2: Methods of Saving & Borrowing" / "3: Research banking products" / "4: Budgeting" / "5: Applying." Can be used as PSHE lessons, Introduction to Financial / Economic Awareness, Travel & Tourism. Probably more geared towards KS3, but could work for KS4 depending on ability level and prior knowledge.
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Monthly Budget

Monthly Budget

Students choose from a selection of occupations and draw up their monthly budget. This the fourth in a series of lessons around saving / borrowing / budgeting for a holiday (Lessons 1-3, 5 also available - "1: Design your dream holiday" /"2: Methods of Saving & Borrowing" / "3: Research banking products" / "5: Applying" individually or together in a bundle "Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday." Can be used as PSHE lessons, Introduction to Financial / Economic Awareness, Travel & Tourism. Probably more geared towards KS3, but could work for KS4 depending on ability level and prior knowledge.
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Research Banking Products

Research Banking Products

Using the internet and the accompanying worksheet to guide them, students research the costs and benefits associated with various banking products. This the third in a series of lessons around saving / borrowing / budgeting for a holiday (Lessons 1, 2, 4, 5 also available -"1: Design your dream holiday" / "2: Methods of Saving & Borrowing" / "4: Budgeting" / "5: Applying" individually or together in a bundle "Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday." Can be used as PSHE lessons, Introduction to Financial / Economic Awareness, Travel & Tourism. Probably more geared towards KS3, but could work for KS4 depending on ability level and prior knowledge.
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Design and calculate costs for your dream holiday

Design and calculate costs for your dream holiday

Students use the worksheet to design their dream holiday. They then calculate the costs associated with their dream holiday (information provided on the "Costs" sheet) and make adjustments if needed. This the first in a series of lessons around saving / borrowing / budgeting for a holiday (Lessons 2-5 also available - "2: Methods of Saving & Borrowing" / "3: Research banking products" / "4: Budgeting" / "5: Applying" individually or together in a bundle "Saving, Borrowing, Budgeting for a Dream Holiday." Can be used as PSHE lessons, Introduction to Financial / Economic Awareness, Travel & Tourism. Probably more geared towards KS3, but could work for KS4 depending on ability level and prior knowledge.
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