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My name is Michael. I provide resources ranging from full lessons to assignment briefs for GCSE and BTEC Business Studies alongside GCSE Computing. I currently work as a Further Education Business Lecturer.

My name is Michael. I provide resources ranging from full lessons to assignment briefs for GCSE and BTEC Business Studies alongside GCSE Computing. I currently work as a Further Education Business Lecturer.
BTEC Level 3 Unit 4: Managing an Event - Types of Events
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BTEC Level 3 Unit 4: Managing an Event - Types of Events

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This full lesson covers the different types of events that an Event Manager may run during their career. The lesson contains several video clips and a case study activity to accompany the PowerPoint. This session was created for Unit 4 of the Level 3 BTEC qualification but could be used for several other reasons.
GCSE Business Studies - Procurement Department
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GCSE Business Studies - Procurement Department

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This resource is ideal in teaching how the Procurement Department functions within an organisation. Your learners by the end of the lesson should have achieved the following learning activities; 1. Be able to define what is meant by Procurement 2. Understand the differences between JIT and JIC and the advantages and disadvantages of these approaches. 3. Identify the ways in which a business chooses their suppliers. 4. Describe how a supply chain operates and how having a strong supply chain will benefit the business. This resources covers section 3.3.1 Procurement within the AQA GCSE syllabus.
BTEC Level 3 Business: Organisational Structures
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BTEC Level 3 Business: Organisational Structures

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This resource covers theory relating to organisational structures, mainly focusing on Apple. The lesson also covers Key Functional Areas of the business (Finance, Production, Marketing, Customer Service, HR) Attached supporting activities include a game involving the entire class (9 learners take roles and the teacher asks the class which problem is who’s responsibility) and an activity where learners must draw their own chart.