The course is completed via a five-stage learning process:
i-Practice is a unique tool that simulates real world vocational activities in a virtual environment, bridging the gap between traditional textbook and workshop learning, enabling the development of practical skills. It consists of two elements:
i-Practice (Training): This guides you through a virtual activity with full instruction allowing you to acquire the necessary skills though the repetition of tasks.
i-Practice (Assessment): This allows you to test your comprehension of the content. You undertake the same activity as before but without instruction. This enables you to apply what you have learnt, test your ability and set a benchmark to improve upon – ultimately working towards being job ready.
i-Ask provides core knowledge delivered through visuals, text and audio
iCheck reinforces your comprehension with informal testing and clear results – helping you identify strong and weak areas of understanding
i-Test: This is formal testing which summarises your results
On completion of this topic you will be able to:
- Understand business markets and explain the characteristics of different business markets, the nature of interactions between businesses within a market, and how an organisation’s goals may be shaped by the market in which it operates.
- Understand business innovation and growth and define business innovation. Explain the uses of models of business innovation, identify sources of support and guidance for business innovation and explain the process of product or service development, the benefits, risks and implications associated with innovation.
- Understand financial management, including the importance of financial viability for an organisation, the consequences of poor financial management and different financial terminology.
- Understand business budgeting including the sues of a budget, how to manage a budget, and describe the legal obligations of a business.
- Understand the principles of marketing and explain a sales process, and the relationship between sales and marketing
- Explain the features and uses of market research and the value of a brand to an organisation
i-Act: Understand Business Markets
i-Ask: Business Market Overview
i-Ask: Interactions Between Businesses Within a Market
i-Check: Different Types of Business Market
i-Check: Understanding the Features of a Business Market
i-Test: Understanding Different Business Market Types and their Characteristics
i-Act: Understand Organisational Goals within Business Markets
i-Ask: Overview of Organisational Goals for Businesses
i-Ask: Market Forces and Organisational Goals
i-Check: Understand Different Goals in Business Markets
i-Check: How Market Forces Affect Organisational Goals
i-Test: Organisational Goals Within Business Markets
i-Act: Understand Legal Obligations within Business Markets
i-Ask: Overview of Legal Obligations
i-Ask: Business Legislation
i-Check: Different Business Types and Their Requirements
i-Check: Understanding Business Legislation
i-Test: Knowledge of Legal Obligations for Business
i-Act: Understand Business Innovation and Growth
i-Ask: Defining Business Innovation
i-Ask: Identify Sources of Support and Guidance for Innovation
i-Check: Understanding Business Innovation
i-Check: Identifying Sources for Business Innovation
i-Test: Understanding Business Innovation Growth and Sources
i-Act: Understand Business Processes for Innovation and Growth
i-Ask: Eight Stages of Product or Service Development
i-Check: Eight Stages of Product or Service Development
i-Check: Understanding the Eight Stages of Product or Service Development
i-Test: Eight Stages of Product or Service Development
i-Act: Understand Financial Management
i-Ask: The Full Scope of Financial Management
i-Check: The Full Scope of Financial Management
i-Check: Understanding Financial Management
i-Test: The Full Scope of Financial Management
i-Act: Understand Financial Viability
i-ACT: Understand Business Processes for Innovation and Growth
i-Ask: Understanding Financial Viability
i-Check: Understanding Financial Viability
i-Test: Understanding Financial Viability
i-Act: Understand the Impact of Poor Financial Management
i-Ask: Poor Financial Management Overview
i-Check: Mismanagement Review
i-Test: Definitions of Mismanagement
i-Act: Understand Business Budgeting
i-Ask: Business Budgeting Overview
i-Check: Understanding Types of Business Budgeting
i-Check: Understanding Business Budgeting
i-Test: Understanding Business Budgeting and Types
i-Act: Understand Sales and Marketing
i-Ask: Marketing Principles Overview
i-Ask: Sales and Marketing Overview
i-Check: Marketing Definitions
i-Test: Sales and Marketing
i-Act: Understand Sales and Marketing Research
i-Ask: Overview of Sales and Marketing Research
i-Check: Features of Market Research
i-Test: Sales and Marketing Input
i-Act: Understand the Value of Branding in Sales and Marketing
i-Ask: Branding in Sales and Marketing
i-Check: The Value of Branding in Sales and Marketing
i-Test: Features of Brands
i-act: Understanding the Relationship Between Sales and Marketing
i-Ask: Overview of the Relationship Between Sales and Marketing
i-Check: Differences Between Sales and Marketing
i-Test: The Relationship Between Sales and Marketing
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