This resource is a revision booklet for BTEC Business Level 3 - Unit 3 Personal and Business Finance Learning Aim D: Select and evaluate different sources of business finance Sources of Finance (D1) The student booklet contains revision activities and exam style questions. The teacher answer booklet contains answers to all the revision activities and mark schemes for the exam style questions. I am currently working on a revision booklet for the other Learning Aims for this unit and hope to add them to my shop in the near future.
This INTERACTIVE EASTER quiz has 7 rounds consisting of a variety of activities and is perfect for Tutor Time or a fun lesson activity. EASTER Quiz PowerPoint: 78 slides and even comes with a team selector and an interactive score board for you to keep tabs on the team’s points. Easter Quiz 2019 consists of: General Knowledge True or False Doodle This Back To Back We Say You Play Have Your Cake Bonus Round Includes a 2 minute TeachElite timer! This is a great resource for the end of term. We would love your feedback on this resource! If you like what you see, please follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/?ref=bookmarks TES: https://www.tes.com/member/TeachElite
A great covering letter for a Mathematics Head of Faculty/Department position. It has many of the key areas that leadership is looking for. You will just need to chop and change some of the details, but it will provide you with a solid foundation and starting point.
BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Diploma in Business Unit 2: Course Booklet. Developing a Marketing Campaign
This engaging investigation activity allows students to use develop their innovation, creativity and collaboration skills to control the direction of their enterprise project. The resource set guides students through the entire project, from conception to evaluation, and includes resources/ guidance for the following activities: -Deciding upon different roles within their groups, in order to carry out multiple tasks effectively; -Designing a company name and appropriate logo and slogan; -Researching their product area, including competitors and USPs; -Conducting market research; -Budgeting; -Detailed product design; -Packaging design; -Creating instructions for users; -Formulating and presenting a persuasive pitch; -Surveying the target audience for their feedback; -Self-evaluating strengths and areas for development. A comprehensive PowerPoint presentation guides students through the project. There are at least a week’s worth of resources in here, enabling students to fully immerse themselves in the project. I orignally have used this with KS2 and KS3 students, but they could reasonably be adapted for students in KS4. All images have been cited at the end of the PowerPoint presentation and are licensed for commercial use.
These CPD sessions offer engaging and original approaches to introducing or revisiting a range of effective pedagogical strategies. Grounded in educational research, these sessions are interactive, well-structured, and have been successfully tried and tested. The aim of each CPD session is to develop the knowledge, skills, and strategies needed in order to utilise in practice in each key area, and as an aid in achieving these aims, the trainer is supported with: -Colourful, engaging, and comprehensive PowerPoint presentations; -Videos for analysis of key techniques; -A wide range of interactive resources for CPD activities; -Instructions and plans to assist delivery. All images and videos are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of each PowerPoint.
A whole lesson based on Enterprise & Entrepreneurship. Requires no prior learning. Could be used an an introduction to GCSE Business/BTec Enterprise/Business. Or, could be used as a Taster Lesson when choosing GCSE options, or as part of an Enterprise Day. Includes PowerPoint, individual worksheet and group worksheet. There are some notes to support delivering on the PowerPoint (in the notes section) .
This resource will be of great use for anyone applying for the NPQH course from 2019 onwards. Completed on the latest form this will give you a clear idea of what kinds of examples and comments to write based on your own experiences.
A range of multi-platform activities and resources to keep your KS5 pupils engaged Section A of Unit 3- Personal and Business Finance, BTEC L3 Business. Power-points with teacher notes, class activities, worksheets and quizzes; suitable for classroom and/ or online teaching.
This bundle is aimed at ages 16-Adults and covers essential aspects of most study skills/employment courses. It can also be used for tutorials during the lead up to students applying for jobs or applying for university. This bundle also includes presentation skills, career planning and personal SWOT Analyses.
What is a budget? Why is it important? Includes real-life costs and promotes healthy discussion around money, saving and debt - Perfect for form time or PSHE lessons. Students start with the basics of what is a budget and why budgeting is important. This looks into the sort of expenditures and outgoings students might expect when they leave school. As well as the average costs of some of these things. Moving into creating a budget for themselves. Students are able to follow a simplified model of a budget to choose future options for themselves before seeing the financil impact of these choices. This is aims to promote healthy discussion around choices such as how education impacts their future finances, and the cost of material goods (e.g. mobile phones). There is then an in-depth lesson provided for financial planning. This includes discussion around saving, debt and interest. As well as differentiated tasks on how to calculate compound interest. Budgeting tips are provided throughout.
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Covers training manuals and Powerpoint presentations in Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Publisher. Also some training needs analysis forms.
One hall mark of ADHD is trouble with executive function. ADHD kids aren’t the best planners, organizers, or self-regulators. This can get very frustrating very quickly. This training presentation presents ten, simple steps can be followed to boost all seven executive functions and also help your child/student gain more independence. This presentation might be used in a professional learning community for growth in the area of ADHD and executive function, a school-wide focused faculty meeting, or even a district-wide professional development session with general education as well as special services teachers. Executive function has received much attention and research and is worth the investigation in that many, many students have difficulty with this and many times adults think it is instinctive! This might also be a training session implemented with parents who will benefit from the ten simple steps as well!
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This 46 slide presentation is a complete lesson that shows learners how to conduct themselves, prepare for and complete a job interview. It addresses questions that will arise during an interview and suggested responses. It is interactive in that there are tasks for learners to complete in pairs and groups. The lesson concludes with mock interview practice by participants. It is provided in a ppt editable version and a pdf. Topics Covered: Sharing Experiences Types of Interviews Stages of an effective interview The PAR technique Body Language Three most feared Questions Practice a Mock Interview ** Leave a review for this resource and receive one free resource of your choice from my shop. Communications, Workplace, ESOL and Computing Resources
This bundle contains: A comprehensive PowerPoint presentation covering interview skills A cover letter template to use when applying for a job Two CV templates to use when applying for a job
I have updated the resource created by tafkam. I did it for my own personal use but thought others might find it useful based on the comments on the original resource. It is now updated for Sep 2020, and also includes the option for repayment of a Postgraduate Student Loan. I have grabbed the payscales from the NASUWT Pay Scales pages and the HMRC rates and thresholds from HMRC document found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/rates-and-thresholds-for-employers-2020-to-2021 Pension rates are from the TPS website. It’s just an estimation tool, I am not an accountant, I’ve just copied the formulas used and updated the figures!
An excel spreadsheet which helps teachers to estimate their take-home pay. By entering your payscale point and region, and factors such as pension contributions, student loan repayments. part-time fraction or childcare vouchers, you can get an idea of how much salary you’ll be left with. Based on the union-supported pay scales, which will not match all schools. Updated in February 2021, including expected tax and pension rates for 2021-22
Our free Diagnostic Assessment can help teachers and tutors decide which level of Functional Skills English and maths a learner should study. PLEASE NOTE THE FREE ASSESSMENTS ARE NOT THE REFORMED 2019 HOWEVER IS VERY USEFUL The Diagnostic Assessment City & Guilds Functional Skills in English and mathematics has been developed to help screen a learners existing skills, giving an indication of their ability in these areas from Entry Level 1 up to Level 2. Fore more free resources visit https://www.smartt.me.uk/free-resources/
When I was completing my National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership, I found a lack of high-quality examples of things like a Business case or a Risk Management plan to be a real source of concern. There are some online and through TES but they are all charged. I resolved to share my complete NPQSL project for free once I knew it was successful. I am pleased to say I scored 27/28 on the project, and so have shared it complete with assessor feedback so that people can see why I lost the mark and why I scored well. All pupil data and staff codes are anomynised so as to protect identities. Hope it helps!