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Learn to Trade are Europe’s leading trader educator and have taught complete beginners to become expert traders. They pride themselves on being able to teach anyone from all walks of life; students, bartenders, ex-servicemen, scientists – you name it and they’ve taught them. Over...
legislation provided within own country
• Use of standardised transport equipment in logistics
• Links between transport planning & external influences
Optional Units - Certificate & Diploma Only
International Trade & Freight
• Strategies behind international trade...
sample questions from the PRINCE2® Foundation Examination PRINCE2 Practitioner: Course Introduction • Course Objectives • Structure and Approach PRINCE2TM Overview and Concepts • Introduction to Project Management • Summary of PRINCE2™ and its Approach &bull...
;comprehensive modules:Unit 1: Credit Control Credit Cutting down on credit Bad debts Sales discounts Is my customer credit worthy? Credit application form Trade references Bankers references Credit checks Credit insurance Credit control routines Terms and conditions of sale Interest Invoices Aged debt...
and Concepts • Introduction to Project Management • Summary of PRINCE2™ and its Approach • PRINCE2™ Background and History PRINCE2TM Processes • The PRINCE2™ Process Model • Processes and Sub-Processes Summary • Information Flow • Process Model Walk...
their career development and increase efficiency in operations. Units include:
International Trade Management (optional)
Purchasing Management (optional)
; The course combines a more traditional focus on industrial relations with workplace learning and broader human resource development issues. This course is designed to meet the learning and professional development needs of a range of practitioners, including trade union organisers and representatives, managers...
The purpose of this course is to consider in detail some of the legal obligations which are imposed on those who sell or produce goods and services. The aim is to build upon your knowledge of the contractual rules which are imposed on such persons and to demonstrate how these are reinforced by other...
interdependent. Major movements of people are both a cause and a consequence of this interdependence
The rise of the global economy (growth of production and commodity chains) and the factors encouraging it (trade, foreign investment, aid, labour, modern transport and information technologies...
A career in horticulture is perfect for individuals who adore gardening, love working outdoors, and want to put their management, design, planning, science, and technical skills to good use. At ICI, we introduce to you a comprehensive horticulture course that endows you with skills necessary to be ...
The four P’s
Marketing action plan
Appendix 1 Action plan
Unit 3 Implement the marketing strategy
The marketing communications mix.
Public relations (and publicity).
Trade fairs and exhibitions.
and finance, of employment, economic growth and international trade. You will need to get used to dealing with the specialist language of economics but you also need to be able to apply it to real life events. This course and the textbook will enable you to do this comprehensively but you...
describes ways to remain persuasive even when you face resistance from the person you are addressing.
This course describes how to develop an effective give-and-take strategy so you can influence others to get the results you need.
It also covers some possible objects of trades valued...
understanding of the key management functions of a retail business and its trading environments, together with a sound knowledge of business disciplines, management practice and development of people.
Key features of the course
Examines retail operations, processes, structures and cultures ...
All managers must, and all supervisors, mechanics and the like should understand the decisions that are taken with respect to the production systems chosen and how the production is planned and controlled. The type of production system in use strongly influences the ease of balancing, whilst the pla...
As many employees may be included, procedures for involvement need to include a collective approach and possibly the recognition of trade unions.
We then go on to look at health, safety and welfare. First we consider some definitions and then look at the development of this area in relation...
Building biology, bio-house design, biological architecture and ecological building all refer to the construction of a building along lines of more natural, renewable resources and health of the occupants. In other words buildings become more people-friendly. It aims to establish a balance between t...
The concept of VAT and VAT registered businesses
The production of business documents containing VAT
Dealing with trade and cash discounts
Module 6 – The posting of VAT Transactions to the Ledgers
The posting of cash and credit items to the ledger for a VAT...
Strategic Aspects of Organisation
Structure and Culture
Unit 2: Management, Unions and Employees
Trade Unions in Today's Business Environment
Strategic Aspects of Employee Involvement
Trade Union Recognition...
Every year thousands of new businesses are created. A few will grow to become global companies employing thousands of people, others will never make the world stage; in fact, the majority will cease trading within two or three years.
To survive, managers need a good understanding of the business...
When a person becomes interested in carpentry he joins millions of crafts people who enjoy the practical and therapeutic benefits of creating useful projects from natural materials. The very nature of creating a useful article from raw wood provides a feeling of useful activity.
of business documents containing VAT? Dealing with trade and cash discountsUnit 6 – The posting of VAT Transactions to the Ledgers? The posting of cash and credit items to the ledger for a VAT registered business? VAT Input and VAT Output accounts? The single Vat Account? How to calculate VAT...