BRAND NEW COMPLETE AS AQA Business Revision Pack

BRAND NEW COMPLETE AS AQA Business Revision Pack

The complete pack of revised and updated AS Business notes designed to support teachers and students in their revision of the course material. This pack represents excellent value and contains all 24 chapters. Specifically it contains revision sheets about what is business?; managers, leadership and decision making; decision making to improve marketing performance; decision making to improve operational performance; decision making to improve financial performance and finally decision making to improve human resource performance.
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A Level Business Maths Skills Workbook

A Level Business Maths Skills Workbook

This latest publication from Teaching Business provides an invaluable resource to support the delivery of many of the quantitative skills required. This 100+ page booklet contains extensive practice exercises, solutions and additional supporting notes. This should help to consolidate student understanding within the classroom and provides much needed additional practice of quantitative skills. Specific topics covered include, cash flow forecasting, break-even analysis, decision trees, critical path analysis, special order decisions, sales forecasting (moving averages), investment appraisal, balance sheets, income statements, financial ratios, price and income elasticity, straight line depreciation and budgeting variances. This updated version has added supplementary theory notes and has now added cash flow, extended coverage of financial ratios to incorporate financial efficiency and break-even analysis.
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Unit One AQA 6131 Revision Materials

Unit One AQA 6131 Revision Materials

These are my revision notes for Unit 1 of the AQA legacy paper. Updated versions are available to purchase as well for the new specification but these notes provide a good basic outline of many topic areas.
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What is Sources of Finance all about?

What is Sources of Finance all about?

The latest in the series of resources designed to help students with Learning Support needs better understand the basics of GCSE Business Studies. This topic looks at the many different sources of finance available to a business.
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Market Research

Market Research

This is the latest in the series of simplified marketing notes aimed at Learning Support students of GCSE Business Studies. The notes cover the topics of primary and secondary research, sampling techniques, SWOT Analysis and USP Analysis in an easy to understand manner. There are various tasks for students to complete as they progress through the worksheet.
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What is Ratio Analysis all about?

What is Ratio Analysis all about?

The final element of this package of notes designed to assist the understanding of finance for learning support students of GCSE Business Studies. These notes look at the five key ratios that students are required to know and use for the OCR exam. It breaks them down into easy to understand elements and builds up student confidence about how to use the figures!
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What is Profit and Loss All About?

What is Profit and Loss All About?

The next title in this series, aimed at Learning Support students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at the Trading, Profit and Loss Account. It considers how the account is constructed and examines the different elements in detail.
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What are Balance Sheets all about?

What are Balance Sheets all about?

The penultimate worksheet in this series of financial notes targeted at learning support students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at that most challenging of subject areas…the Balance Sheet. It trys to break it down into simple stages that will enable a deeper understanding by the pupil.
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What is Cash Flow all about?

What is Cash Flow all about?

Another in the series of Learning Support materials aimed specifically at students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at the role of the Cash Flow in Business. It examines how a cash flow is constructed and the main differences between cash and profit.
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What are Entrepreneurs all about?

What are Entrepreneurs all about?

A worksheet aimed at GCSE Business Students with the aim of helping them to comprehend this complex topic area. What makes someone want to set up their own business? What qualities do they require?
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What is Price Elasticity all about?

What is Price Elasticity all about?

The latest in the series of learning support materials aimed at students of GCSE Business Studies. This unit looks at the area of Price Elasticity of Demand. It considers the meaning of the results and shows students how to calculate percentage change.
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What are Franchises All About?

What are Franchises All About?

Another one in the series of worksheets designed to help the understanding of GCSE Business Studies students. This topic looks at the concept of the franchise and how it offers many entrepreneurs a chance to operate a business but without all of the risks!
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What are Costs and Revenues all about?

What are Costs and Revenues all about?

The latest in the series of resources designed to aide student understanding of complex GCSE Business Studies concepts. This worksheet examines the concepts of costs and revenues, looking at fixed and variable costs and how businesses have to estimate their initial figures.
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What is Supply and Demand all about?

What is Supply and Demand all about?

The latest in the series of marketing notes designed for GCSE Business Studies students. They are primarily intended for learning support departments but maybe of use wider afield. This topic looks at the area of Supply and Demand Curves.
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Research and Development

Research and Development

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 One topic of research and development. They analyse and explain the main differences between quality control and quality assurance. They also consider the work of Deming with regard to total quality management (TQM) and then examine the issues of quality circles, benchmarking, monitoring, quality chains and quality’s important role in the satisfaction of customers. 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.
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Quality

Quality

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 One topic of quality. They analyse and explain the main differences between quality control and quality assurance. They also consider the work of Deming with regard to total quality management (TQM) and then examine the issues of quality circles, benchmarking, monitoring, quality chains and quality’s important role in the satisfaction of customers. 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.
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AQA Economics - Consumer Behaviour

AQA Economics - Consumer Behaviour

A new teacher PowerPoint series designed to help teachers with the delivery of the new AQA Economics A Level specification. The PowerPoints examine core concepts of the course in an engaging way designed to help students better understand the material. The slides incorporate the Quick Fire Five questions and also some objective test questions to assess student learning. This PowerPoint considers total and marginal utility and rational consumer behaviour. It then looks at the concept of the margin and asymmetric information including Akerlof’s Lemon Principle. This pack includes a set of student revision notes to assist with the delivery of the material.
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International Trade

International Trade

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 is suitable for all boards. These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of international trade. A colourful, detailed and accessible resource that is tailored to meeting the academic demands of most A Level specifications. They consider the purpose and nature of international trade, looking at specialisation, comparative advantage, free trade, trade blocs, protectionism (including quotas and tariffs), and how UK firms can seek out new international markets and the difficulties they face in doing so. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with suggested solutions). In addition to the main PowerPoint a PDF copy of the notes has been provided to assist with pupil hand outs.
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Globalisation

Globalisation

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 is suitable for all boards. These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Three topic of globalisation. A colourful, detailed and accessible resource that is tailored to meeting the academic demands of most A Level specifications. They consider nature of globalisation and global markets, and look at their impact upon developing/emerging economies. The presentation then considers market deregulation, the internet, improved communications and cheaper transportation as contributing reasons for the rise of globalisation during the past few decades. It then considers the role of the WTO and examines global branding, how firms target new markets and the impact of glocalisation, before evaluating the overall effects of globalisation upon the UK economy and businesses. It finally considers the reasons for the development of MNCs and the benefits and drawbacks of multinational corporations for host nations. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with suggested solutions). In addition to the main PowerPoint a PDF copy of the notes has been provided to assist with pupil hand outs.
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