TEACHER WITH NON-BUSINESS BACKGROUND

Phase 1 (A): Pre-Sessional Training

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Danielle Clephane

​IPC Programme Manager

2-1 IBE Introduction & Pre-sessional Training: Knowing the IBE Alliance , Plymouth , City College and The Programme

Duration: 59:10 

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Fiona Horrell

Director of Strategic Partnerships

2-2, 2-3 Pre-sessional Training: College’s educational objective and missions and visions, and the college strategic plans. Covid-19 and what the college did to go through the pandemic, in relations for students welfare.

Duration: 55:36

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Danielle Clephane

​IPC Programme Manager

2-4, 2-5 Pre-sessional Training: Course Structure, Programme Specification/Handbook Understanding Host by Shandel. Teacher Quality and Responsibility

Duration: 1:07:11

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Danielle Clephane

​IPC Programme Manager

3-1 to 3-3 Teacher Training - Course Learning Outcome for 3 subjects

Examination Format and Programme Specimen for 3 subjects: EAP, Marketing, Organisation Behaviour.

Marking Scheme and Grading Scheme.

Duration: 56:56

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Julia Parker-Carn

Associate Lecturer

4-1 to 4-5 UK Teaching Methodology and Interactive Education

UK Teaching Methodology and Interactive Education

Duration: 1:23:20

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Phase 1(B): Programme Training

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Danielle Clephane

​IPC Programme Manager

Session 1 - Course Learning Outcomes and Examinations:
1.0 - Course Learning Outcomes for 3 subjects
1.1 - Examination Format and Programme Specimen for 3 subjects
3.3 - Marking Scheme and Grading Scheme for 3 subjects

(Business Finance, Economics Environment for Business, Managing Knowledge and Information)

Session 2 - Lesson Planning, Handout Preparation and Interactive Teaching

  • Organisational Behaviour : Managing staff performance,  What makes a person a leader

  • Managing Knowledge and Information  : Effective communication in a business

  • Business Finance :  Sources of Finance

  • Marketing : SMART objectives, SWOT analysis

  • English for Academic Purposes : Apostrophes, Top tips for listening skills

  • Economics : The effects of change

Duration: 1:33:13

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Phase 1(B): Choose Your Subject

Business Conference

Understanding how a business operates and what makes it successful, requires knowledge of the accounting process. Accounting involves recording business transactions and, this in turn, leads to the generation of financial information which can be used as the basis of good financial control and planning. Inadequate record keeping and a lack of effective planning ultimately lead to poor financial results. It is vital that owners and managers of businesses recognise the indications of potential difficulties. Remedial action can then be taken.

The Wall of Ideas

Marketing is a very important aspect to a business, if you do not have customers you do not have a business. You will explore different stages of the process that a business goes through when developing a rationale and a marketing campaign. You will examine the marketing aims and objectives, understand how to gain market research and interpret that into showing the impact this might have on a business. You will be creative in developing marketing campaigns for businesses using the marketing mix, looking at budgets and timescales

Business Meeting
Organisational Behaviour

Organisational behaviour looks at how people behave in an organisation, this could be as an individual and/or within a group setting. Many organisations say that their employees are their most valuable resource because of their skills, knowledge and attitudes. As labour is both an expensive and valuable resource, it is important to ensure it is planned and that the best value is obtained from employees contributions.