This presentation deals with the way we should use money from receipt of the first pay slip through living expenses to buying/renting property and setting up your own home. Includes - details of Banks and Building Society savings and investment accounts - information regarding mortgages for buying property and information regarding renting property. Discusses other types of borrowing including credit cards and personal loans, clearly states that people should only take out loans at repayments that they can afford and to know the difference between the things they need and the things they want. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
This presentation sets out the main types of international trade and contract agreements between companies and individuals. Covers Distribution, Franchising, Agency agreement processes and direct sales for importers and exporters. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
Good communications is essential to ensure successful business operations. This presentation sets out the path of communications for a sales order received by a manufacturing company from receipt of order through all the business processes to completion of the finished product and delivery to the customer. It shows how various departments should communicate with each other and how they relate to all company activities. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities.
Presentation sets out the stock control and warehousing operations suitable for all types of manufacturing processes. Includes complete slide notes with suggested student activities that involve product investigation and calculations for stock control and warehousing operations based a product chosen by students at the start of the presentation
This presentation sets out the basic ledgers necessary to run a small/medium sized business. Shows details of Purchase Ledger, Sales Ledger and General Trading Ledger with details of how information is collated for profit and loss reports, VAT and other business activity reports. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
This presentation sets out the basic functions of a Stock Market Trader. Detailing the use of economic forecasting, assessment of market trends and the use of maths & accounting formula to make buying or selling decisions. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities.
Book contains all the necessary information on how to set up a business from start and organize it as a sole trader or limited company. Covers market research and adverting product and sets out systems and procedures needed to supply customers orders from receipt to delivery to customer and payment of invoice.
Suitable for all products or service businesses
This presentation sets out how the Production Control Department ensures production schedules are met by issuing the necessary instructions to Buying and Manufacturing in time to meet the production start date and continually monitoring progress through manufacturing to ensure batch is finished on time. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities.
This power point presentation sets out the basic principles of negotiating and assessing UK and International business contracts to ensure they are legally binding and acceptable to both parties. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities it will give students an insight into the complexities of contract terms and conditions relative contracts with UK and International companies
This power point presentation displays all the financial and budgetary control systems needed to ensure accurate and up to date financial information is always available. The information provided enables the company to operate profitably within set cash limits and still remain financially viable at all times. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities.
This presentation sets out the estimating and costing process for all types of product. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
Estimating is demonstrated using a set of three kitchen cabinets to be manufactured and then installed on the customers premises as an example of the full process. The final estimate for the product installed on site plus the profit margin is then quoted to the customer.
Costing is demonstrated showing how the actual costs of manufacturing and installation are compared to the original estimated costs and produce profit or loss value
This presentation sets out all the attributes required for Leadership and details of how to make operational business decisions based the facts observed at all levels. It is applicable to all levels of Leadership from Junior Team Leader to CEO. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
Covers all business functions: Business Organization - Types of Business - Office Equipment
Sets out the systems and procedures and staff responsibilities for:
Sales Dept. - Buying Dept. - Accounts Dept. - Manufacturing Dept. - Production Planning/Scheduling Dept. - Production Control Dept. - Estimating & Costing Dept. - Dispatch & Transport Dept. - Design & Development Dept. Marketing Dept.
**INCLUDES SUGGESTED STUDENT ACTIVITIES **
Power Point Presentation setting out the information, systems and procedures that are needed to prepare a production plan/schedule for a batch of finished products. Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities
This presentation sets out the, “What if?” (what, why, how, who, when, where?) procedure for assessing projects/changes that affect business operations. Includes slide notes with descriptions of possible scenarios for business projects and the application of the “What if?” assessment as well as suggested student activities.
Presentation sets out all the main actions needed to start a new business. Details all business functions (i.e. Market research, advertising & sales, buying and accounting etc.) Complete with slide notes and suggested student activities