Course description Money can be a daunting subject but a few simple tips and techniques could help you make more of it. Do you want to take your family on holiday, have a debt-free Christmas, or simply stop worrying about money? Whatever your financial goal managing your money better can help you achieve it, and this guide will give you the skills to do that. With video material, practical tips and easy-to-understand information, this short guide will lead you step-by-step through smart-but-easy budgeting, saving small amounts towards your financial goals, and how to avoid the common debt pitfalls many of us fall into. It focuses on small, manageable changes that can have a big impact, concluding with 7 things you can do to improve your finances in under 15 minutes. There is also a short quiz to receive a digital badge or statement of participation if you wish. Requirements The course is intended for everybody and does not require any previous experience or knowledge.
This unit examines the number of challenges associated with personal and organisational learning.
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In this module, you will learn about insurance industry, marketing and sales skills, insurance products, competition analysis, opening dialogue with a client, and closing deals.
Conducting market research can involve employing both quantitative and qualitative research models. This unit gives an overview of both and how they can be used effectively to investigate your customer service levels.
This compilation of materials is a valuable resource for postgraduation students involved in educational research, either from a professional or an academic standpoint.
This space is for providing resources related to the TIDE Master Trainer Programme "Copyright and Open Licensing in Myanmar."
Pada kursus ini akan terdapat video pembelajaran, Quiz, Absen, dan Materi PPT / PDF pertemuan 6
Mental Health: resources for Community Health Workers
This material is taken from a discontinued Open University course. It is intended for re-purposing and re-use by educators rather than for use directly by learners. Learning outcomes appropriate to the original course may be provided within the material, but it is intended that educators will construct new learning outcomes appropriate to the re-use they make of this material.
This is an on-line course which is part of the University’s support to the apprentice programme.
provide support and build the capacity of the clinical educators on how to build distance learning courses