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I have been teaching for 5 years and have strived to make my lessons as engaging as possible, using real life examples and vibrant aesthetics to keep even the most bored teenager engaged! I teach BTEC Level 3 Unit's 1,2,3,4,5,6,8 & 14. Also teach WJEC GCSE + OCR Enterprise and Marketing I try and price my resources fairly, I base the price of the content and length of the resource uploaded. My main aim is to help people with the courses and difficult content. Please leave a review!

I have been teaching for 5 years and have strived to make my lessons as engaging as possible, using real life examples and vibrant aesthetics to keep even the most bored teenager engaged! I teach BTEC Level 3 Unit's 1,2,3,4,5,6,8 & 14. Also teach WJEC GCSE + OCR Enterprise and Marketing I try and price my resources fairly, I base the price of the content and length of the resource uploaded. My main aim is to help people with the courses and difficult content. Please leave a review!
Unit 6 Learning Aim C - Principles of Management
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Unit 6 Learning Aim C - Principles of Management

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These x2 slideshows are based on Learning Aim C : HR C Managing human resources: C1 Human resources (HR) • Human resources as a factor of production. • Labour market analyses. • Forecasting labour demand. • Sources of information available to conduct labour market analyses. • The link between business planning and human resources. • The impact of globalisation on human resource planning. C2 Human resource planning • The nature of the work and the characteristics required to perform work roles. • Skill levels. • Experience. • Educational level. • Aptitude. • Need for flexibility in the workforce. • Core versus peripheral workers. • Full-time versus part-time workers. • Sub-contracting. • Zero hours contracts. • Temporary staff. • Agency staff. • Management actions to address human resource issues at an operational level. • Labour turnover (expressed in words and numbers). • Productivity. • Skill shortages. • Workplace stress. • Absenteeism (expressed in words and numbers). • Motivation. • Engagement with business culture. • Employee satisfaction.
Unit 6 Learning Aim F - Principles of Management
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Unit 6 Learning Aim F - Principles of Management

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F Quality management - x Powerpoints all covering the specification as laid out below! F1 Quality standards • British Standards Institution (BSI). • International Organization for Standardization (ISO). • Kite marks – IIP (use standards relevant at time of teaching). F2 Developing a quality culture • Setting quality standards. • Managerial commitment and staff buy-in. • Quality circles. • Partnership working with suppliers and customers. • Transparent and open communication F3 The techniques and tools of quality management • Quality control. • Lean manufacturing. • Six sigma. F4 The importance and benefits of quality management • Zero defect production and output. • Continuous improvement. • Improved output quality. • Reduced inspection requirements. • Supplier engagement and satisfaction. • Customer involvement and satisfaction. • Improved efficiency and profitability.
Unit 6 Learning Aim E - Principles of Management
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Unit 6 Learning Aim E - Principles of Management

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E Impact of change - This can be a large proportion of the exam. E1 Managing change • The need to manage change for business survival and success. • Factors influencing change: o internal o external. • Stakeholders who influence change: o owners o managers o customers o regulators o financial institutions o government o employees.
Unit 6 Learning Aim D - Principles of Management
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Unit 6 Learning Aim D - Principles of Management

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D Factors influencing management, motivation and performance of the workforce. Learning Aim D is a big unit so there are 4 powerpoints included with this D1 Motivation in the workplace • Theories of motivation (A Maslow, F Herzberg, F W Taylor, E Mayo et al). • Impact of motivation on business performance. • Financial motivators. • Non-financial motivators D2 Techniques to meet skills requirements • Recruitment. • Upskilling/reskilling/training. • Outsourcing. • Changing job roles. • Restructuring. D3 Training and development • The purpose of training needs analysis. • Types of training: o internal/external o on-the-job/off-the-job o mentoring o coaching. • Effectiveness of training. D4 Performance appraisal • Purpose of performance appraisal: o to set individual and group targets o to assess individual and group performance o to provide employee feedback o to identify training needs. • Types of appraisal: o self-assessment o management by objectives o ratings scales o 360° appraisal. • Impact of performance appraisal: o on the individual o on the business. Based on my experience of the exam this is always a crucial element to the exam and what students are really supposed to be able to write about and show off with!
Unit 6 Principles of Management Learning Aim B
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Unit 6 Principles of Management Learning Aim B

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B Management and leadership styles and skills B1 Management and leadership styles • Autocratic. • Democratic/participative. • Paternalistic. • Laissez-faire. • Transactional. • Transformational. • Charismatic. B2 Management and leadership skills • Setting objectives. • Motivating. • Decision making. • Team building. • Leading by example. • Consulting. • Problem solving. • Valuing and supporting others. • Managing conflict. • Building positive interpersonal relationships. • Using emotional intelligence. • Communicating. • Giving feedback. These 2 powerpoints cover this area of the specification. Activities are built in to the slides + content.
Breakeven - BTEC Unit 3 Personal and Business Finance
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Breakeven - BTEC Unit 3 Personal and Business Finance

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This powerpoint and resources will cover Learning Aim E - Breakeven (Cash flow is also available) This covers how to draw a breakeven graph, calculate the break even point, calculate contribution & contribution per unit, the usefulness of businesses conducting breakeven analysis - and some Unit 3 BTEC finance exam questions. It is at a low price purely because I found this topic difficult to teach and over the years feel like I now have a very strong lesson that has been praised by colleagues and has done well under observations, I just want to share that with you! Please leave feedback if you liked the resources :)
Growth - Mergers, Takeovers + More!
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Growth - Mergers, Takeovers + More!

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This is a powerpoint that has over 40 slides which will take learners from an introduction to growth - looking at Horizontal, Vertical, Reasons why this happens, risks of takeovers and mergers, as well as a look at conglomerates and an intro to economies of scale. I’ve used this lesson with students from year 9 10 and 11 and is used in line with WJEC Business, but i’m sure will be suitable for other business courses. There are modern examples of businesses ranging from an Iced Coffee Company through to Greggs Vegan Sausage Rolls, a look at the control Disney has, and facts about Lego, Whitbread and other businesses that students should find accessible!
Cashflow Forecasting - Unit 3 BTEC Finance
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Cashflow Forecasting - Unit 3 BTEC Finance

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This is a complete lesson that contains all information needed to teach learning aim E - Cash Flow Forecast. There is many activities and theory in the powerpoint which should allow students to be able to analyse as well as a calculate cash flow forecast. it’s at a low price as I want to make this more accessible to teachers and make a dry topic a little more engaging! Please leave feedback :)
Unit 6 - Learning Aim A
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Unit 6 - Learning Aim A

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This includes 3 powerpoints which covers : A1: • Situational and contingency. • Functional and action centred. • Transformational and transactional. • The concept of leadership continuum for management behaviour. A2 Functions of management and leadership • Functions of management: o planning o organising o coordinating o controlling o monitoring o delegating. • Functions of leadership: o inspiring o energising o influencing stakeholders o envisioning o determining best path/route to achieve success. A3 Business culture • Definition. • Business vision, mission and values/ethos. • Influence of business culture on management practices. • Policies and procedures. • Management styles. • Structure of the workforce. • How people work. I am selling these at a cheap price mainly to help people with this unit as it is tough and time consuming trying to bring this all together!
Size & Scale of A Business - WJEC Business
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Size & Scale of A Business - WJEC Business

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This is a full lesson based on understanding the different ways to measure the size of a business and on what scale they operate. This is made for a Year 9 Lesson and does include elements of Birmingham, where I am based (so a little personalisation may be required)
Franchising - GCSE
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Franchising - GCSE

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This powerpoint is about introducing students to a type of inorganic growth - Franchising. This lesson has a few activties and suitable for SEN, LPA,MPA & EAL students. If you are a fan of the Simpsons, Homer and Marge are used as case studies!
4P's Marketing Mix
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4P's Marketing Mix

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Uploaded is a full powerpoints for the marketing mix, covering: Price Product Place Promotion This is for the WJEC board but can easily be changed to fit with OCR / AQA etc. There is a range of content, activites and exam practice with WAGOLLs and mark schemes. Some elements of homework tasks as well! This work uploaded is usually done over 8 weeks worth of lessons!!!