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Public Speaking

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Know Your Audience and Avoid Slow Hand Claps

   My first professional speech was in the 1980s to 500 drunk travel agents at a golf dinner. I didn’t seek the... More »
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CVs Are Best Kept Short And Sweet!

Having applied for many jobs, and interviewed many people, I have seen so many CVs, some good, some bad and some... More »

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  • What ACCA can do for you.

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    Doing an ACCA is a fantastic opportunity for the students to kick start their career with a wonderful and reputable qualification in the field. This qualification, if completed within reasonable time, will take you to great heights in your career and improve your professional reputation.
  • Website project planner

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    The web design and development project planner will provide the preliminary information to help you bring your vision into perspective and pave the way for a successful project. You can complete the questionnaire and once you’re happy that your answers clearly describe your project, you will...
  • Conquering your fears of public speaking

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    Everyone can overcome their fears of speaking in public! I have worked with many people over the years who have come to me stating categorically that they are 'hopeless' or even 'incapable' when it comes to public speaking. For some the thought giving a presentation to a small table fills them...
  • Structured Products

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      "Structured products are created to meet specific needs that cannot be met by standardised financial instruments available in public equity and debt markets". - Jeel Shah,Portfolio manager, Niveda Wealth LLP Once upon a time in the early to mid 1900s, the financial world was a quiet place...
  • Know Your Audience and Avoid Slow Hand Claps Editor's Pick

    Matthew Collins Public Speaking Tutor (West London) Picture
       My first professional speech was in the 1980s to 500 drunk travel agents at a golf dinner. I didn’t seek the gig. A desperate agent offered me £500 to replace her sick speaker at short notice. I wasn’t up to it but succumbed to financial temptation... And regretted it. After five...
  • Students, unopened textbooks and ethics

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    Delivering tuition, particularly when meeting students and parents for the first time I often find myself torn between the businessman, who wants to book as many hours of tuition as possible, and the mentor who wants to get the best solution for the individual at the lowest cost. In practice...
  • Cracking the Graduate Job Market

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    There hasn`t been a tougher time for UK graduates to enter the job market. It`s a common fact I`m afraid, that the job market isn`t suited to graduate entry as much as it has been in the past. But that isn`t the end of the story, and the good news is, there are ways to combat it. The two keys...
  • Programming languages - types and examples

    Joseph Roffey Computer programming Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture
    This article acts as a reference guide for my students for the most popular programming paradigms in the current world of computing. It is important to note that many modern languages COMBINE these paradigms in novel ways, and are not limited to a specific paradigm - but if you can understand...
  • Christ to coke: How image becomes icon

    Carolina Sawney Computer programming Tutor (West Central London) Picture
    What puts some visual images into the ‘superstar category’?, was the topic of an public lecture that Professor of History of Art, Martin Kemp, gave at the London School of Economics, in London, to present his book Christ to coke: how image becomes icon. 
He described the story of 11 icons...
  • AutoCad made easy

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    AutoCAD is the standard of the industry and has been over the last 2-3 decades. The least of the skills an individual to get a job today or to pass a design course is the use of Computer Aided Design. Other programmes that can be learned at the same time are SketchUp, Revit, Rhino.

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  • Ask Yourself The Right Questions

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    5: ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS   All schools provide some sort of career advice for their students. Sometimes the advice might be provided by a...
  • Website project planner

    Carolina Sawney Computer Web Design Tutor (West Central London) Picture
    The web design and development project planner will provide the preliminary information to help you bring your vision into perspective and pave...
  • Strengths and limitations of employee engagement

    Zahra Naushad Management Tutor (North West London) Picture
    According to the definition, employee engagement has been conceptualised as ‘a positive attitude held by the employee toward the organization...
  • Programming languages - types and examples

    Joseph Roffey Computer programming Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture
    This article acts as a reference guide for my students for the most popular programming paradigms in the current world of computing. It is...
  • Cracking the Graduate Job Market

    Nathan Williams Job Applications Coaches (Bristol) Picture
    There hasn`t been a tougher time for UK graduates to enter the job market. It`s a common fact I`m afraid, that the job market isn`t suited to...
  • Structured Products

    Jeel Shah Banking and Finance Tutor (Harrow) Picture
      "Structured products are created to meet specific needs that cannot be met by standardised financial instruments available in public equity and...
  • Students, unopened textbooks and ethics

    Bob Carroll ACA Tutor (Bristol) Picture
    Delivering tuition, particularly when meeting students and parents for the first time I often find myself torn between the businessman, who wants...

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