Ultimate Card Making Business Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

Everything You Need To Know About This Creative & Lucrative Business

Ultimate Card Making Business Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

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Get Card Making Business, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, Business Management with Accountancy, eBay Business, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Affiliate Marketing, Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building, Jewellery Making and Knitting in this Bundle

1. Card Making Business: Everything You Need To Know About This Creative & Lucrative Business

Including, understanding the business, design and create cards for different occasions and create a portfolio, how to set up and market your business, legal aspects and affairs, and more – everything you need to know about this creative and lucrative business.

The Card Making Business Certificate Course begins by explaining what exactly is in a card, why cards are important, the different types of cards that are available and in use today, as well as the different mediums that cards are presented on.

The course then moves on to discussing how an individual can get started, in terms of setting goals, choosing a niche, choosing materials, marketing the products, as well as ensuring quality control. From here the course focuses on the different skills that go into making a card, such as making and using stamps and inks, embossing, decoupage, paper crafting, making boxes and envelopes and determining how to position flowers and other add-ons onto the cards.

Students learn how to develop his or her portfolio, and covers topics such as eye-catching designs and their importance, the right way of marketing and the need to keep a record of all the individuals who have received the portfolio and provided feedback on the designs of the cards.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course is suitable for anyone interested in the subject matter, as students will be guided through all the skills needed to make cards and a successful business. The course will also be of interest to existing crafters who may already know the basics and may already have produced cards for friends and family and want to create a business from these skills or those with the capital to invest in a business hiring crafters and designers to create the work but want to understand how to create a business around their output.

2. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

3. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

4. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

Set up your business

Manage people

Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.

5. eBay Business: Grow A Business On eBay

The eBay Business Course shows students, step-by-step, how to set up and grow a successful eBay business from anywhere in the world. This course aims to give you a better understanding of how you can benefit from growing a business on the website.

eBay is an ever-growing platform where anyone can sign up for free and purchase anything that their heart desires, from clothing to jewellery, kids clothes to food. Thousands of transactions are hosted by eBay every single day, providing the ideal business opportunity to sell to a huge audience of people over a small period of time. Thus, eBay is one of the most powerful e-commerce sites to have emerged.

Students will learn in great length the origins of the website, what eBay is, its purpose, and what it is used for. We talk about the growth of eBay over the past few decades, and the strategies used to maintain its growth.

We show you how to register as a user, as well as educating on the dos and don’ts and other necessary information that should be understood before beginning to use eBay. Giving you details on how to be a good seller on the site and talks about the importance of securing good feedback and how to achieve it.

With a detailed discussion of the policies and legalities of eBay, and why it is necessary to understand the terms and conditions before you set foot in the eBay market. We show you how to set up a business on eBay and briefly discuss how to manage your sales on eBay, and the ways to constantly improve them.

We provide you with insight into how to decide what you should sell. The module ends with a list of goods that are popular amongst buyers on eBay and how these goods can be profitable.

We discuss storage and shipping details that you need to understand in order to run your business efficiently. And, highlight some of the problems that you can face in the storage and shipping of your goods, and how to avoid them.

We demonstrate marketing skills for a basic eBay business. The course also talks about promoting your eBay business on other platforms.

We discuss how to run a successful business effectively on eBay and we build on how you can improve your sales and profits. You will learn the legalities of expanding your business and how to keep your expanding business secure online.

We show you some eBay success stories, along with some accounts of failures, to give you a well-rounded image. We highlight how to avoid the mistakes common among people who start a new business on eBay.

Who would benefit from the course?

Whether you have never registered with the site, used the basic buying and selling functions or have an eBay business that needs some help, the eBay Business Certificate Course provides the structure and guidance you need to build a successful business.

6. Accounting and Bookkeeping: Discover The Secrets Of Bookkeeping And Accounting

There are practical examples and full explanations, students who complete this course will be equipped with a greater knowledge and be capable of understanding the basics of accountancy in their own or other businesses. This will enable them to attend to their own accounts or use the course as a feeder into specific areas or more advanced qualifications in accounting.

The course focuses on the accounting rules, concepts, principles, and presumptions that govern the application of accounting procedures, referred to as the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or GAAP. Understanding these are of paramount importance, as you will abide by these concepts and principles every time you analyse, record, summarise, report and interpret financial transactions of a business.

As the main source from which financial statements are prepared, it is important to understand how to identify, record, and provide source documents of business transactions inline with a company’s financial policies and the industry-acceptable practice.

Students will learn about the Accounting Information Cycle, Trial Balance and General Ledgers, and the importance of converting transactional to accounting information, in a standardised manner is stressed.

You will learn the basics of manufacturing, trading, profit and loss account, the Balance Sheet and the Cash Flow Statement. You will have an understanding of the subject, with the introduction of: work in progress, purchase returns, opening and closing stock of raw materials, and the treatment of major components in accounting, such as: cost of goods sold, direct and indirect cost.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Accounting and Bookkeeping Certificate Course is aimed at those who wish to pursue a career in accounting but would like to learn some of the core principles, before committing financially to a more involved course. That said, this is a comprehensive course that will be especially useful to business owners who wish to do their own accounts or to at least understand them better.

7. Affiliate Marketing: Use Affiliate Marketing Effectively

Affiliate marketing is often seen as a quick-win that requires very little effort, but when affiliates and merchants treat it as such they rarely reap the rewards. This course unlocks the secrets to success – divulging how to invest your efforts effectively, to cultivate the best possible return. You’ll learn to recognise and encourage your most profitable campaigns (as an affiliate publisher) and identify and nurture your best-performing affiliates (as a merchant).

The Affiliate Marketing Certificate Course gives you a solid understanding of what affiliate marketing is, including its various forms, pros and cons, and how it came about. You’ll be familiarised with some of the many different affiliate marketing networks, how networks function and what services they offer to affiliate marketers and merchants.

From this course, you’ll learn how to use affiliate marketing effectively, from both the side of the affiliate marketer and the merchant. You’ll learn about the importance of choosing a good niche, what makes a good niche market, how to research markets and trends effectively, and what the most profitable niches are.

Who would benefit from this course?

Most people dream about making what is called a “passive income” – with the best way being that you are making money while you sleep. The Affiliate Marketing Certificate Course will show you how to do that by monetising content you already have or creating content that promotes niche products, in order to do so.

As a business owner, you will discover how to use affiliate marketing to have your products or services advertised and sold by others for very little investment and an incredible return.

If you already know your way around affiliate marketing or are attracted to this business model, this course will help you in setting up and running a successful business in this area.

8. Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building: Learn To Manage Your Financial Resources

Most people were never taught — by family or by the educational system — how to manage their financial resources throughout the various stages of their lives. Instead, we learn from the popular culture what kinds of financial dreams we should have and yet aren’t told how to get there.

Where did you learn about money? From your teachers in school? Your parents? A book? The truth is you probably didn’t learn about money from anywhere. Just the media, celebrity advisers, and people in the financial industry who want your money.

Even though many of us go to college or university, manage checking accounts, and earn tens of thousands of pounds a year, we are ignorant. We are not taught the basics of:

o Credit management

o Investments

o What to do with our paycheck

o How to plan our financial life

o How to plan for some kind of retirement

Most people were never taught — by family or by the educational system — how to manage their financial resources throughout the various stages of their lives. Instead, we learn from the popular culture what kinds of financial dreams we should have and yet aren’t told how to get there.

Who would benefit from this course?

It seems that almost everyone wants to be a millionaire. You find them on game shows, in line for the lottery, and sending in sweepstakes entries. The ironic thing is that many people go into in debt trying to get rich.

The irony is that those same people already have wealth. They just don’t see it.This fascinating course will teach you how to manage your finances, and how to build wealth.

9. Jewellery Making: Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business

Earn in Your Spare Time or Start a Business! Jewellery making is also enjoyable, you can make money from it, and the start-up costs are very low. It can even turn into a full-time career, and this course will aid your journey and answer all your questions along the way.

It may sound a little daunting but this Jewellery Making Course covers everything in easy-to absorb-modules, separated into smaller, even more manageble sections that will quickly take you from novice to designer to business owner, all in your own time and at your own pace.

What’s especially alluring about designing and selling your own jewellery, is that not only is it a creative use of your spare time but you can set up at home and design pieces in your spare time around a full-time job or other responsibilities.

  • A little bit of history about jewellery (don’t worry its only brief and actually quite interesting)
  • Considerations when designing various types of jewellery
  • How to manipulate and treat various materials
  • The equipment and supplies you’ll need to create various pieces and how to use these safely
  • How to gain inspiration and follow a design process to turn your ideas from sketches to finished pieces
  • How to go about outsourcing
  • How to set up your business, including fulfilling orders and selling your designs in a variety of ways (including wholesale, craft shows, and setting up an online shop)
  • How to gain employment in the industry

Who would benefit from this course?

If you love jewellery you have probably had ideas of what would make some great pieces, but that's where it's ended, or maybe you're already a competent jewellery maker but you need some help with the design process, how to market your business or start a career.

This comprehensive Jewellery Making Course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to set up your own Jewellery Making business. There are plenty of books and courses available to show you the hands-on part of the process but this course will fill you on everything else.

10. Knitting: From Knitting Novice To Business Owner

This 3-part Knitting Course takes students from novice, to designer, to business-owner, through 17 fully-illustrated, hands-on modules.

The course starts out by establishing the fundamentals, giving you practical advice, to get you practising straight away. This includes topics such as: how to knit, how to read patterns, and how to care for hand knits.

With the basics down, the 2nd part of the course advances students into designing hand knits, along with explanations of how to design some of the most popular knitted items of today, and providing sample patterns to practice with.

The 3rd part of the course takes you step-by-step through starting your own knitting business, whether you wish to sell your work, publish patterns you’ve designed or teach what you know.

To the untrained eye wool is wool, but if you’ve ever stepped into a wool shop you may well have been overwhelmed by choice. It can be hard to differentiate between the vast array of needles, yarns, and notions (accessories), which can be enough to frighten anyone off. The 1st module of the course guides students through some popular types of needles, yarns, and notions, so that they can begin practising, without worrying about their choice of materials and equipment.

The 2nd module of the Knitting Course dives straight into the basics of knitting, explaining the differences between knit and purl stitches and how to cast on and cast off. Practice is encouraged throughout the course and to make things even easier, you are told which needles and yarn type to use for this particular practice exercise.

The 3rd module expands on the 4 basic processes explained in the previous module, showing how combing knits and purls in different ways make different fabrics, with how to create the 3 basic/foundation fabrics explained here, these being: garter, stocking, and rib, along with additional techniques.

While what has been learned so far enables students to knit flat items in square and rectangular shapes, the 4th module of the course imparts essential techniques that will enable the apprentice knitter to design in various shapes, work in 3 dimensions (such as making socks or the top of a jumper sleeve), and correct their mistakes. The techniques taught include: increases, decreases, picking up stitches, knitting in the round, joining yarns, and fixing mistakes.

Knitters speak in their own language, so trying to trying to understand the knitting patterns they create can be like trying unlock a cipher. Fortunately, module 5 is the key; clearing up the jargon and giving students a full understanding of how to read and follow knitting patterns.

With a piece made, it can be easy to think it is complete, putting it aside to be used, given away or sold, and ready to move onto the next piece, but this may not always be the case. To take an item from ‘homemade’ to ‘hand crafted’ involves a little extra time and effort. The 6th module of the Knitting Course takes students through the following important finishing techniques: Weaving in Ends, Blocking, Seaming, and Caring for Knits (including how to add care labels to your work).

Taking students beyond the basics, module 7 concludes the 1st part of the course by teaching advanced techniques, showing students how to work with six of the most common categories of stitch pattern: Knit and Purl Patterns, Slip Stitch Patterns, Cables, Lace, Brioche, and Stranded Knitting.

With the techniques and methodologies of creating various pieces understood and practiced, the Knitting Course moves onto teaching students how to design their own pieces. This begins with module 8, which introduces the concept of design and the role of the designer, guiding students step-by-step through the design process, and finishing off with some design tips.

Module 9 focuses on scarf design, taking students through the various knitting methods, yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, before discussing the considerations to make when designing a scarf. The module concludes with a project to follow: making a lightweight summer scarf, along with some tips on scarf design.

The 10th module guides students through creating baby blankets and afghan blankets. As easy to make as scarves, though taking a lot longer to create, these items can be as simple or complex as you wish. This module teaches you the how; through discussions on yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, along with design information on creating your item with an all-over pattern or a pattern made from individual blocks.

Getting yet more advanced, the 11th module of the Knitting Course is all about making toys. Involving a lot of shaping, sewing, seaming, and blocking, this type of knitting requires excellent technique and a good creative eye but the results can be fantastic. Here you will be guided through how to design a toy, along with considerations to make when choosing yarns and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts. The end of the module guides you through making a knitted Tic Tac Toe.

There is more than meets the eye with the humble sock. Beginners to sock design can find the prospect daunting, but once the basic sock template is understood it can be the perfect canvas for creativity. Module 12 talks students through the anatomy of a sock, giving a full understanding of how they are constructed before moving on to explaining the various methods available when knitting socks. Following the same format as previous modules, the choice of yarns to use and the tension, measurements, and yarn amounts are discussed, along with a full explanation on how to design a sock. The exercise at the end of this module is to create a pair of toasty Hot Tamale socks, following the guide provided.

In terms of complexity, jumper design and construction can be the item that makes or breaks a new designer. In the 13th module of the course, learners will be taught about the different types of jumpers and how they are constructed, with information on the types of yarn, tension, measurements, and yarn amounts used. From here students are taken through how to design a drop shoulder jumper, before being asked to create their own drop shoulder pattern.

Once students have learned how to knit and how to design their own knitting patterns, the Knitting Course concludes with part 3, which is all about setting up a business and starting a new career, utilising the skills learnt throughout the course. Module 14 introduces the topic by discussing the foundations of creating a business. This talks about the kinds of business that students can create that capitalise on their particular skillsets, how to find a target market and then how to conduct market research, so that you can fully understand the customers who wish to sell to.

Dealing with budgeting and finances is not the reason most people get into this business but it is necessary, to ensure the health, stability, and growth of your business. The 15th module discusses areas including budgeting, pricing, how to find financing, and taxes.

The Knitting Course’s 16th module is all about how to sell and advertise the goods you create. This discusses the options available to you whether you intend to sell from a physical location, online or both, where to advertise, and the use of social media to gain a following, with tips on retaining customer interest in your business.

Before you take any action, you’ll need to find your path, and there’s no better way to do so than to write a business plan. The final module of the course guides students through creating an effective business plan, with information on each section that should be present in the plan and the questions to answer within each section. Following this sequence, students will be able to create a business plan for their own business by the end of the module. In addition, the module concludes with some information on copyright within the knitting industry.

Who would benefit from the course?

As an incredibly detailed and involved course that takes students from complete beginner to knitting aficionado. This course is for accessible to those who may have even just a passing interest in knitting, as the materials included quickly absorb their readers and reveal just how easy it is to get involved with this timeless pastime.

The Knitting Certificate Course will of course be of particular interest to those who have fancied giving knitting a try but didn’t know where to start or had even gone as far as looking at a knitting pattern but were put off by when trying to decipher the jargon within. Students are taken step-by-step along through everything they need to know to enjoy knitting for themselves or to make a business selling their work.

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The Ultimate Card Making Business 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Card Making Business

 

Module 1: What’s in a card?

  • Part 1: The Role of Greeting Cards in Our Lives
  • Part 2: Popular Greeting Cards, The Diversity and Criticism
  • Part 3: Types of Cards
  • Part 4: Business Cards
  • Part 5: Mediums
  • Part 6: E-cards
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Starting Your Own Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Setting Goals
  • Part 2: How should you set business goals?
  • Part 3: Choosing A Name
  • Part 4: Choosing Materials
  • Part 5: What Type Of Supplies Will You Need?
  • Part 6: Quality Control
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Skills of Card-Making

  • Part 1: Stamps and Inks
  • Part 2: Inks
  • Part 3: Embossing
  • Part 4: Decoupage
  • Part 5: Paper Crafting
  • Part 6: Envelope or Box Making
  • Part 7: Positioning
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Develop Your Portfolio

  • Part 1: Eye-Catching Designs
  • Part 2: Keeping Records
  • Part 3: What to Record
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Pricing Your Cards

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Cards
  • Part 2: Organisational Skills
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Legal Knowledge

  • Part 1: Importance of Legal Knowledge
  • Part 2: What can you do?
  • Part 3: What Can You Not Do?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Your Relationship with Customers
  • Part 2: Promotional Offers
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Marketing Your Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Advantages of a Successful Marketing Campaign
  • Part 2: Different ways of Marketing
  • Part 3: Sending Cards Out to People
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Part 4: Internet Marketing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Conclusion

  • Part 1: Review

  • Part 2: What are the Next Steps?

Course 2 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

 

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Course 3 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 

Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 4 - Business Management with Accountancy

 

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - eBay Business

 

Module 1: What is eBay?

  • Part 1: How does eBay work?
  • Part 2: How to get started with eBay?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Getting Started

  • Part 1: How to start?
  • Part 2: Getting a Thorough Understanding of the eBay Sales
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Setting Up Your eBay Business

  • Part 1: Understanding eBay’s policies regarding selling
  • Part 2: Listing your Items for Sale
  • Part 3: Deciding on a mode of payment and setting up an account
  • Part 4: Managing Sales on eBay
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Making Money on eBay

  • Part 1: Factors affecting your cash inflow
  • Part 2: Deciding on what to sell
  • Part 3: Popular Goods to sell on eBay
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Managing Inventory

  • Part 1: Finding Inventory
  • Part 2: Dealing with problems related to inventory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to Present an Item for Sale on eBay

  • Part 1: Setting up an eBay photo studio and its importance
  • Part 2: Writing descriptions
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Promoting Your Goods

  • Part 1: Develop a website
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Running a Successful Business on eBay

  • Part 1: Running a Successful Business on eBay
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Way Forward

  • Part 1: Getting Official
  • Part 2: Taxes
  • Part 3: Keeping Your Business Secure Online
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Real-Life Success Stories

  • Part 1: Some Case Studies
  • Part 2: What can you learn from these real-life examples?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Accounting and Bookkeeping

 

Module 1: Introduction to Accounting

  • Part 1: Brief History of Accounting
  • Part 2: From Transaction to Information
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basic Accounting Assumptions, Concepts & Principles

  • Part 1: Basic Accounting Assumptions, Concepts & Principles
  • Part 2: The Double Entry System
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Capturing and Recording Business Transactions

  • Part 1: Capturing and Recording Business Transactions
  • Part 2: Books of Original Entry
  • Part 3: Cash Book
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Transforming Transaction Data to Useful Accounting Information

  • Part 1: The Accounting Information Cycle (I)
  • Part 2: Basic Accounting – The Trial Balance
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Transforming Accounting Data to Accounting Information

  • Part 1: The Final Accounts
  • Part 2: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 3: Bringing the Balance Sheet Together
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisations

  • Part 1: Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisations
  • Part 2: Treatment of Special Items
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Adjustment Entries to Final Accounts

  • Part 1: Adjustment Entries to Final Accounts
  • Part 2: Summary of Types and Treatment of Adjusting Entries
  • Part 3: The Difference between the P&L and Balance Sheet
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Using Computers in Accounting

  • Part 1: Using Computers in Accounting
  • Part 2: Accounting Computing Software (ACS)
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Business and Tax

  • Part 1: Business and Tax
  • Part 2: Corporation Tax Payment Process
  • Part 3: Company Losses
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statement

  • Part 1: Financial Analysis

  • Part 2: Financial Interpretation- Ratio Analysis
  • Part 3: Profitability ratios
  • Part 4: Investment ratios
  • Part 5: Activity ratios
  • Part 6: Leverage (Gearing) ratios
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 7 - Affiliate Marketing

 

Module 1: History of Affiliate Marketing

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Timeline of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 2: Current Times
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Introduction to Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is Affiliate Marketing?
  • Part 2: Advantages and Disadvantages of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 3: Types of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 4: Affiliate Marketing FAQ’s for Beginners
  • Part 5: Conclusion
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Various Affiliate Marketing Networks

  • Part 1: Finding Affiliate Products to Market
  • Part 2: The Various Platforms an Affiliate Marketer Can Sell Products On
  • Part 3: Selecting the Right Affiliate Marketing Platform
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Affiliate Marketing Vs. Selling Your Own Products
  • Part 2: Selling Your Own Products
  • Part 3: Find Your Niche Area
  • Part 4: The 5 Areas Most Profitable Niches Fall Into
  • Part 5: The Method of Finding Niches
  • Part 6: Conclusion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Examining Trends and Markets

  • Part 1: Finding Some Popular Trends and Profitable Markets
  • Part 2: Steps to Find Out If Your Niche Ideas Are Profitable
  • Part 3: Keyword Research
  • Part 4: Creating a Website
  • Part 5: Affiliate Marketing Without Having Your Own Website
  • Part 6: Compensation Methods
  • Part 7: Conclusion
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Marketing Products on Your Website

  • Part 1: Adding Affiliate Links to Your Content
  • Part 2: Include Visual Ads in your sidebar
  • Part 3: Producing Content Relevant to Your Niche
  • Part 4: Monitoring Affiliate Performance and Tracking Sales to Measure Your Success
  • Part 5: Conclusion
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Getting Traffic and Improving Conversion Rates

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: Content Marketing
  • Part 3: 15 Extra Tips to Improve Your Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Past and Current Issues

  • Part 1: E-mail spam
  • Part 2: Lack of Self-Regulation
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How to Promote Your Business with Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: Why Use Affiliate Marketing?
  • Part 2: Attracting and Recruiting the Right Affiliates to Represent Your Products/Brand
  • Part 3: Setting Up for Direct Affiliate Relationships
  • Part 4: Growing your Affiliate numbers
  • Part 5: Ways to Grow your Affiliate Program
  • Part 6: Promoting Your Affiliate Program
  • Part 7: List of Affiliate Marketing Software and Their Features
  • Part 8: Conclusion
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: How to Start an Affiliate Marketing Business

  • Part 1: Managing your Affiliate Marketing Business

  • Part 2: Helpful Tools and Resources for Managing a New Internet Business
  • Part 3: Tax Law and Affiliate Marketing in the UK
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 8 - Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building

 

Module 1: Money Management and Debt Reduction

  • Part 1: Why should we manage money?
  • Part 2: Behaviours that signal poor money management skills
  • Part 3: Exit Debts or Manage Debt
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Learning about Money

  • Part 1: What is money?
  • Part 2: How to Learn About Money
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Monthly Payment Trap

  • Part 1: What is Monthly Payment Trap?
  • Part 2: The Role of Interest on MPTs
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Using Credit Wisely

  • Part 1: What is Credit?
  • Part 2: When you use credit wisely
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: How to get out of Debt

  • Part 1: What is ‘Debt?’
  • Part 2: How to get out of debt: Your ten-step plan to getting your finances back under control
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Basics of Budgeting

  • Part 1: What is a Budget?
  • Part 2: How to Prepare a Budget
  • Part 3: The Advantages of Living on a Budget
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Importance of Financial Intelligence

  • Part 1: Elements of Each Concept
  • Part 2: Consequences of Poor Financial Intelligence
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Laws of Financial Freedom

  • Part 1: What Is Financial Freedom?
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Process of Financial Freedom

  • Part 1: 6 Steps and Processes for Financial Freedom
  • Part 2: Increase your Cash Flow
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Your Personal Balance Sheet & Financial Statement

  • Part 1: Personal Financial Statement
  • Part 2: Net worth
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Financial Audit and Creating Your Wealth Map

  • Part 1: Personal Financial Audit
  • Part 2: Establishing Financial Plans Goals to Build Your Wealth Map
  • Part 3: Financial planning: a pre requisite to creating your wealth map
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Gaining Control of the Expense Column

  • Part 1: What is an ‘Expense?’
  • Part 2: Control Expenses and Improve Cash Flow
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Credit Rating and Understanding Your Credit Report

  • Part 1: Credit Report and Score Basics
  • Part 2: Take Credit For Your Actions!
  • Part 3: Credit Enquiries
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: The Money Paradigm Shift

  • Part 1: What is a Paradigm?
  • Part 2: Money: Power of Your Altitude Belief and Your Relationship with It
  • Part 3: You Should Embrace Habits That Will Help You
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Psychology of Wealth Creation

  • Part 1: Rules for Psychology of Wealth Creation
  • Part 2: Attributes of Wealthy People
  • Part 3: Achieving Wealth Slowly
  • Part 4: Building Wealth as a Project in Your Life
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Advancing Towards a 5 Year Goal

  • Part 1: The Rules of Successful Goal Setting
  • Part 2: Goals Are the Building Blocks for Success
  • Part 3: Looking Towards a 5 Year Goal
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Increasing Your Streams of Income

  • Part 1: Cashflow Quadrant
  • Part 2: Extra Income Ideas
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Passive Income and Active Income

  • Part 1: The Cash Flow Quadrant
  • Part 2: Active Income
  • Part 3: Benefits of Passive Income
  • Part 4: Active Vs Passive Income
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Analysing Opportunities to Build Your Asset Column

  • Part 1: The Asset Column Concept
  • Part 2: Advantages of Long-Term Investment
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Understanding & Building Wealth through Real Estate

  • Part 1: The Real Estate Investment
  • Part 2: Ways to Invest
  • Part 3: Lethal Mistakes Real Estate Investors Often Make
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 20 Assessment

Module 21: Understanding & building wealth through automated businesses

  • Part 1: The Concept of Automated business
  • Part 2: Sign You Need to Invest in Automated Business Processes
  • Part 3: Benefits of having an automated business
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 21 Assessment

Module 22: Understanding and building wealth through paper asset

  • Part 1: The Concept of Paper Asset
  • Part 2: Why Stock Investing Should Appeal to You
  • Part 3: Bonds
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 22 Assessment

Module 23: Understanding & Building Wealth through Intellectual Property

  • Part 1: The Concept of Intellectual Property
  • Part 2: Nature of Intellectual Property
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 23 Assessment

Module 24: Understanding & Building Wealth through Network Marketing

  • Part 1: The Concept behind Network Marketing
  • Part 2: Success in network marketing
  • Part 3: Network Marketing Tips for Building Massive Wealth
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 24 Assessment

Module 25: Understanding Real Estate Investment Trusts REITs

  • Part 1: Types of REITs
  • Part 2: Sector of Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Part 3: Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 25 Assessment

Module 26: Wealth & Pensions

  • Part 1: Pensions in United Kingdom
  • Part 2: Eligibility for State Pension
  • Part 3: Benefits for UK Pensioners
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 26 Assessment

Course 9 - Jewellery Making

 

Module 1 Benefits of the Career

  • Part 1: Introduction & Benefits of the Career
  • Part 2: The benefits of Jewellery Making as a Career
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 About Designing Jewellery / Jewellery Past to Present

  • Jewelry Past and Present
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 How to Design Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Jewellery
  • Part 2: Colour and Texture
  • Part 3: Design Principles
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 How to Design Different Types of Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Different Types of Jewellery
  • Part 2: Designing necklaces for face shapes
  • Part 3: Earrings
  • Part 4: Bracelets and Rings
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Jewellery Materials

  • Part 1: Gold
  • Part 2: Silver and Platinum
  • Part 3: Titanium and Copper
  • Part 4: Gemstones
  • Part 5: Beads and Precious Metal Clays
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Equipment and supplies

  • Part 1: Equipment and supplies
  • Part 2: Beading Supplies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 The Design Process

  • Part 1: The Design Process
  • Part 2: CAD CAM
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Making Your Own Jewellery

  • Part 1: Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Part 2: What is soldering?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Outsourcing Production

  • Part 1: Employing
  • Part 2: What about contractors and freelancers?
  • Part 3: Outsourcing Production
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Preparing for Your Career

  • Part 1: Preparing For Your Career
  • Part 2: Communication Skills
  • Part 3: Negotiating on Price
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Getting Hired

  • Part 1: Getting Hired
  • Part 2: Your portfolio
  • Part 3: Network
  • Part 4: Competency based questions
  • Part 5: Prepare questions to ask them.
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Starting Your Own Business

  • Part 1: Starting Your Business
  • Part 2: Writing A Business Plan
  • Part 3: Price of Materials
  • Part 4: Business Strategy
  • Part 5: Creating Your Workspace
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Fulfilling Orders

  • Part 1: Fulfilling Orders
  • Part 2: Delivery
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 Selling Your Designs

  • Part 1: Selling Your Designs
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Part 3: Selling to Individuals
  • Part 4: Canvass The MAN!
  • Part 5: Add value
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 Selling On The Internet

  • Part 1: Online Sales
  • Part 2: Keywords
  • Part 3: Google Adwords
  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 10 - Knitting Online

 

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Needles
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Part 4: Essential Kit
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 3: The Purl Stitch
  • Part 2: The Knit Stitch
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Taking the Next Steps
  • Part 3: Cast Offs
  • Part 2: Cast Ons
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics: Essential Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Shape Up
  • Part 2: Picking Up Stitches
  • Part 3: Joining Yarns
  • Part 4: Knitting in the Round
  • Part 5: Fixing Mistakes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Your Roadmap to Finished Objects
  • Part 2: Reading Patterns
  • Part 3: Reading Charts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Finishing and Care

  • Part 1: Knitting decreasing and into back of loop
  • Part 2: Knitting Decreasing
  • Part 3: Finishing and Making Up
  • Part 4: Seaming
  • Part 5: Caring for Hand Knits
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Delight
  • Part 2: Cables
  • Part 3: Brioche
  • Part 4: Stranded Knitting
  • Part 5: The Basket Weave
  • Part 6: Button Holes
  • Part 7: Cable Knitting
  • Part 8: Twisted Cords & Cable Right/Left
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to Design

  • Part 1: Why Design?
  • Part 2: Design Tips
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves

  • Part 1: Why Scarves?
  • Part 2: Designing Your Scarf
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Baby Blankets

  • Part 1: Snuggle Up
  • Part 2: Designing Your Afghan
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys

  • Part 1: Making Time for Play
  • Part 2: Designing Your Toy
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Socks

  • Part 1: Sock It to Me
  • Part 2: Choosing Yarns
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumping Into Jumpers
  • Part 2: Further Design Considerations
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Business Foundations

  • Part 1: Ready, Steady, Go
  • Part 2: Market Research
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Budgeting and Finances

  • Part 1: Budgets, Prices, and Finances, Oh My
  • Part 2: Finding Financing
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sales and Advertising

  • Part 1: Is Anybody Out There?
  • Part 2: Social Media
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Planning

  • Part 1: Business Planning
  • Part 2: Copyrights
  • Module 17 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Card Making Business, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, Business Management with Accountancy, eBay Business, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Affiliate Marketing, Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building, Jewellery Making and Knitting in this Bundle

1. Card Making Business: Everything You Need To Know About This Creative & Lucrative Business

Including, understanding the business, design and create cards for different occasions and create a portfolio, how to set up and market your business, legal aspects and affairs, and more – everything you need to know about this creative and lucrative business.

The Card Making Business Certificate Course begins by explaining what exactly is in a card, why cards are important, the different types of cards that are available and in use today, as well as the different mediums that cards are presented on.

The course then moves on to discussing how an individual can get started, in terms of setting goals, choosing a niche, choosing materials, marketing the products, as well as ensuring quality control. From here the course focuses on the different skills that go into making a card, such as making and using stamps and inks, embossing, decoupage, paper crafting, making boxes and envelopes and determining how to position flowers and other add-ons onto the cards.

Students learn how to develop his or her portfolio, and covers topics such as eye-catching designs and their importance, the right way of marketing and the need to keep a record of all the individuals who have received the portfolio and provided feedback on the designs of the cards.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course is suitable for anyone interested in the subject matter, as students will be guided through all the skills needed to make cards and a successful business. The course will also be of interest to existing crafters who may already know the basics and may already have produced cards for friends and family and want to create a business from these skills or those with the capital to invest in a business hiring crafters and designers to create the work but want to understand how to create a business around their output.

2. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

3. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

4. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

Set up your business

Manage people

Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.

5. eBay Business: Grow A Business On eBay

The eBay Business Course shows students, step-by-step, how to set up and grow a successful eBay business from anywhere in the world. This course aims to give you a better understanding of how you can benefit from growing a business on the website.

eBay is an ever-growing platform where anyone can sign up for free and purchase anything that their heart desires, from clothing to jewellery, kids clothes to food. Thousands of transactions are hosted by eBay every single day, providing the ideal business opportunity to sell to a huge audience of people over a small period of time. Thus, eBay is one of the most powerful e-commerce sites to have emerged.

Students will learn in great length the origins of the website, what eBay is, its purpose, and what it is used for. We talk about the growth of eBay over the past few decades, and the strategies used to maintain its growth.

We show you how to register as a user, as well as educating on the dos and don’ts and other necessary information that should be understood before beginning to use eBay. Giving you details on how to be a good seller on the site and talks about the importance of securing good feedback and how to achieve it.

With a detailed discussion of the policies and legalities of eBay, and why it is necessary to understand the terms and conditions before you set foot in the eBay market. We show you how to set up a business on eBay and briefly discuss how to manage your sales on eBay, and the ways to constantly improve them.

We provide you with insight into how to decide what you should sell. The module ends with a list of goods that are popular amongst buyers on eBay and how these goods can be profitable.

We discuss storage and shipping details that you need to understand in order to run your business efficiently. And, highlight some of the problems that you can face in the storage and shipping of your goods, and how to avoid them.

We demonstrate marketing skills for a basic eBay business. The course also talks about promoting your eBay business on other platforms.

We discuss how to run a successful business effectively on eBay and we build on how you can improve your sales and profits. You will learn the legalities of expanding your business and how to keep your expanding business secure online.

We show you some eBay success stories, along with some accounts of failures, to give you a well-rounded image. We highlight how to avoid the mistakes common among people who start a new business on eBay.

Who would benefit from the course?

Whether you have never registered with the site, used the basic buying and selling functions or have an eBay business that needs some help, the eBay Business Certificate Course provides the structure and guidance you need to build a successful business.

6. Accounting and Bookkeeping: Discover The Secrets Of Bookkeeping And Accounting

There are practical examples and full explanations, students who complete this course will be equipped with a greater knowledge and be capable of understanding the basics of accountancy in their own or other businesses. This will enable them to attend to their own accounts or use the course as a feeder into specific areas or more advanced qualifications in accounting.

The course focuses on the accounting rules, concepts, principles, and presumptions that govern the application of accounting procedures, referred to as the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or GAAP. Understanding these are of paramount importance, as you will abide by these concepts and principles every time you analyse, record, summarise, report and interpret financial transactions of a business.

As the main source from which financial statements are prepared, it is important to understand how to identify, record, and provide source documents of business transactions inline with a company’s financial policies and the industry-acceptable practice.

Students will learn about the Accounting Information Cycle, Trial Balance and General Ledgers, and the importance of converting transactional to accounting information, in a standardised manner is stressed.

You will learn the basics of manufacturing, trading, profit and loss account, the Balance Sheet and the Cash Flow Statement. You will have an understanding of the subject, with the introduction of: work in progress, purchase returns, opening and closing stock of raw materials, and the treatment of major components in accounting, such as: cost of goods sold, direct and indirect cost.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Accounting and Bookkeeping Certificate Course is aimed at those who wish to pursue a career in accounting but would like to learn some of the core principles, before committing financially to a more involved course. That said, this is a comprehensive course that will be especially useful to business owners who wish to do their own accounts or to at least understand them better.

7. Affiliate Marketing: Use Affiliate Marketing Effectively

Affiliate marketing is often seen as a quick-win that requires very little effort, but when affiliates and merchants treat it as such they rarely reap the rewards. This course unlocks the secrets to success – divulging how to invest your efforts effectively, to cultivate the best possible return. You’ll learn to recognise and encourage your most profitable campaigns (as an affiliate publisher) and identify and nurture your best-performing affiliates (as a merchant).

The Affiliate Marketing Certificate Course gives you a solid understanding of what affiliate marketing is, including its various forms, pros and cons, and how it came about. You’ll be familiarised with some of the many different affiliate marketing networks, how networks function and what services they offer to affiliate marketers and merchants.

From this course, you’ll learn how to use affiliate marketing effectively, from both the side of the affiliate marketer and the merchant. You’ll learn about the importance of choosing a good niche, what makes a good niche market, how to research markets and trends effectively, and what the most profitable niches are.

Who would benefit from this course?

Most people dream about making what is called a “passive income” – with the best way being that you are making money while you sleep. The Affiliate Marketing Certificate Course will show you how to do that by monetising content you already have or creating content that promotes niche products, in order to do so.

As a business owner, you will discover how to use affiliate marketing to have your products or services advertised and sold by others for very little investment and an incredible return.

If you already know your way around affiliate marketing or are attracted to this business model, this course will help you in setting up and running a successful business in this area.

8. Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building: Learn To Manage Your Financial Resources

Most people were never taught — by family or by the educational system — how to manage their financial resources throughout the various stages of their lives. Instead, we learn from the popular culture what kinds of financial dreams we should have and yet aren’t told how to get there.

Where did you learn about money? From your teachers in school? Your parents? A book? The truth is you probably didn’t learn about money from anywhere. Just the media, celebrity advisers, and people in the financial industry who want your money.

Even though many of us go to college or university, manage checking accounts, and earn tens of thousands of pounds a year, we are ignorant. We are not taught the basics of:

o Credit management

o Investments

o What to do with our paycheck

o How to plan our financial life

o How to plan for some kind of retirement

Most people were never taught — by family or by the educational system — how to manage their financial resources throughout the various stages of their lives. Instead, we learn from the popular culture what kinds of financial dreams we should have and yet aren’t told how to get there.

Who would benefit from this course?

It seems that almost everyone wants to be a millionaire. You find them on game shows, in line for the lottery, and sending in sweepstakes entries. The ironic thing is that many people go into in debt trying to get rich.

The irony is that those same people already have wealth. They just don’t see it.This fascinating course will teach you how to manage your finances, and how to build wealth.

9. Jewellery Making: Turn Your Jewellery Making Skills Into A Full Time Business

Earn in Your Spare Time or Start a Business! Jewellery making is also enjoyable, you can make money from it, and the start-up costs are very low. It can even turn into a full-time career, and this course will aid your journey and answer all your questions along the way.

It may sound a little daunting but this Jewellery Making Course covers everything in easy-to absorb-modules, separated into smaller, even more manageble sections that will quickly take you from novice to designer to business owner, all in your own time and at your own pace.

What’s especially alluring about designing and selling your own jewellery, is that not only is it a creative use of your spare time but you can set up at home and design pieces in your spare time around a full-time job or other responsibilities.

  • A little bit of history about jewellery (don’t worry its only brief and actually quite interesting)
  • Considerations when designing various types of jewellery
  • How to manipulate and treat various materials
  • The equipment and supplies you’ll need to create various pieces and how to use these safely
  • How to gain inspiration and follow a design process to turn your ideas from sketches to finished pieces
  • How to go about outsourcing
  • How to set up your business, including fulfilling orders and selling your designs in a variety of ways (including wholesale, craft shows, and setting up an online shop)
  • How to gain employment in the industry

Who would benefit from this course?

If you love jewellery you have probably had ideas of what would make some great pieces, but that's where it's ended, or maybe you're already a competent jewellery maker but you need some help with the design process, how to market your business or start a career.

This comprehensive Jewellery Making Course will teach you everything that you need to know in order to set up your own Jewellery Making business. There are plenty of books and courses available to show you the hands-on part of the process but this course will fill you on everything else.

10. Knitting: From Knitting Novice To Business Owner

This 3-part Knitting Course takes students from novice, to designer, to business-owner, through 17 fully-illustrated, hands-on modules.

The course starts out by establishing the fundamentals, giving you practical advice, to get you practising straight away. This includes topics such as: how to knit, how to read patterns, and how to care for hand knits.

With the basics down, the 2nd part of the course advances students into designing hand knits, along with explanations of how to design some of the most popular knitted items of today, and providing sample patterns to practice with.

The 3rd part of the course takes you step-by-step through starting your own knitting business, whether you wish to sell your work, publish patterns you’ve designed or teach what you know.

To the untrained eye wool is wool, but if you’ve ever stepped into a wool shop you may well have been overwhelmed by choice. It can be hard to differentiate between the vast array of needles, yarns, and notions (accessories), which can be enough to frighten anyone off. The 1st module of the course guides students through some popular types of needles, yarns, and notions, so that they can begin practising, without worrying about their choice of materials and equipment.

The 2nd module of the Knitting Course dives straight into the basics of knitting, explaining the differences between knit and purl stitches and how to cast on and cast off. Practice is encouraged throughout the course and to make things even easier, you are told which needles and yarn type to use for this particular practice exercise.

The 3rd module expands on the 4 basic processes explained in the previous module, showing how combing knits and purls in different ways make different fabrics, with how to create the 3 basic/foundation fabrics explained here, these being: garter, stocking, and rib, along with additional techniques.

While what has been learned so far enables students to knit flat items in square and rectangular shapes, the 4th module of the course imparts essential techniques that will enable the apprentice knitter to design in various shapes, work in 3 dimensions (such as making socks or the top of a jumper sleeve), and correct their mistakes. The techniques taught include: increases, decreases, picking up stitches, knitting in the round, joining yarns, and fixing mistakes.

Knitters speak in their own language, so trying to trying to understand the knitting patterns they create can be like trying unlock a cipher. Fortunately, module 5 is the key; clearing up the jargon and giving students a full understanding of how to read and follow knitting patterns.

With a piece made, it can be easy to think it is complete, putting it aside to be used, given away or sold, and ready to move onto the next piece, but this may not always be the case. To take an item from ‘homemade’ to ‘hand crafted’ involves a little extra time and effort. The 6th module of the Knitting Course takes students through the following important finishing techniques: Weaving in Ends, Blocking, Seaming, and Caring for Knits (including how to add care labels to your work).

Taking students beyond the basics, module 7 concludes the 1st part of the course by teaching advanced techniques, showing students how to work with six of the most common categories of stitch pattern: Knit and Purl Patterns, Slip Stitch Patterns, Cables, Lace, Brioche, and Stranded Knitting.

With the techniques and methodologies of creating various pieces understood and practiced, the Knitting Course moves onto teaching students how to design their own pieces. This begins with module 8, which introduces the concept of design and the role of the designer, guiding students step-by-step through the design process, and finishing off with some design tips.

Module 9 focuses on scarf design, taking students through the various knitting methods, yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, before discussing the considerations to make when designing a scarf. The module concludes with a project to follow: making a lightweight summer scarf, along with some tips on scarf design.

The 10th module guides students through creating baby blankets and afghan blankets. As easy to make as scarves, though taking a lot longer to create, these items can be as simple or complex as you wish. This module teaches you the how; through discussions on yarn choices, and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts, along with design information on creating your item with an all-over pattern or a pattern made from individual blocks.

Getting yet more advanced, the 11th module of the Knitting Course is all about making toys. Involving a lot of shaping, sewing, seaming, and blocking, this type of knitting requires excellent technique and a good creative eye but the results can be fantastic. Here you will be guided through how to design a toy, along with considerations to make when choosing yarns and tension, measurements, and yarn amounts. The end of the module guides you through making a knitted Tic Tac Toe.

There is more than meets the eye with the humble sock. Beginners to sock design can find the prospect daunting, but once the basic sock template is understood it can be the perfect canvas for creativity. Module 12 talks students through the anatomy of a sock, giving a full understanding of how they are constructed before moving on to explaining the various methods available when knitting socks. Following the same format as previous modules, the choice of yarns to use and the tension, measurements, and yarn amounts are discussed, along with a full explanation on how to design a sock. The exercise at the end of this module is to create a pair of toasty Hot Tamale socks, following the guide provided.

In terms of complexity, jumper design and construction can be the item that makes or breaks a new designer. In the 13th module of the course, learners will be taught about the different types of jumpers and how they are constructed, with information on the types of yarn, tension, measurements, and yarn amounts used. From here students are taken through how to design a drop shoulder jumper, before being asked to create their own drop shoulder pattern.

Once students have learned how to knit and how to design their own knitting patterns, the Knitting Course concludes with part 3, which is all about setting up a business and starting a new career, utilising the skills learnt throughout the course. Module 14 introduces the topic by discussing the foundations of creating a business. This talks about the kinds of business that students can create that capitalise on their particular skillsets, how to find a target market and then how to conduct market research, so that you can fully understand the customers who wish to sell to.

Dealing with budgeting and finances is not the reason most people get into this business but it is necessary, to ensure the health, stability, and growth of your business. The 15th module discusses areas including budgeting, pricing, how to find financing, and taxes.

The Knitting Course’s 16th module is all about how to sell and advertise the goods you create. This discusses the options available to you whether you intend to sell from a physical location, online or both, where to advertise, and the use of social media to gain a following, with tips on retaining customer interest in your business.

Before you take any action, you’ll need to find your path, and there’s no better way to do so than to write a business plan. The final module of the course guides students through creating an effective business plan, with information on each section that should be present in the plan and the questions to answer within each section. Following this sequence, students will be able to create a business plan for their own business by the end of the module. In addition, the module concludes with some information on copyright within the knitting industry.

Who would benefit from the course?

As an incredibly detailed and involved course that takes students from complete beginner to knitting aficionado. This course is for accessible to those who may have even just a passing interest in knitting, as the materials included quickly absorb their readers and reveal just how easy it is to get involved with this timeless pastime.

The Knitting Certificate Course will of course be of particular interest to those who have fancied giving knitting a try but didn’t know where to start or had even gone as far as looking at a knitting pattern but were put off by when trying to decipher the jargon within. Students are taken step-by-step along through everything they need to know to enjoy knitting for themselves or to make a business selling their work.

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The Ultimate Card Making Business 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Card Making Business

 

Module 1: What’s in a card?

  • Part 1: The Role of Greeting Cards in Our Lives
  • Part 2: Popular Greeting Cards, The Diversity and Criticism
  • Part 3: Types of Cards
  • Part 4: Business Cards
  • Part 5: Mediums
  • Part 6: E-cards
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Starting Your Own Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Setting Goals
  • Part 2: How should you set business goals?
  • Part 3: Choosing A Name
  • Part 4: Choosing Materials
  • Part 5: What Type Of Supplies Will You Need?
  • Part 6: Quality Control
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Skills of Card-Making

  • Part 1: Stamps and Inks
  • Part 2: Inks
  • Part 3: Embossing
  • Part 4: Decoupage
  • Part 5: Paper Crafting
  • Part 6: Envelope or Box Making
  • Part 7: Positioning
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Develop Your Portfolio

  • Part 1: Eye-Catching Designs
  • Part 2: Keeping Records
  • Part 3: What to Record
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Pricing Your Cards

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Cards
  • Part 2: Organisational Skills
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Legal Knowledge

  • Part 1: Importance of Legal Knowledge
  • Part 2: What can you do?
  • Part 3: What Can You Not Do?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Your Relationship with Customers
  • Part 2: Promotional Offers
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Marketing Your Card Making Business

  • Part 1: Advantages of a Successful Marketing Campaign
  • Part 2: Different ways of Marketing
  • Part 3: Sending Cards Out to People
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Part 4: Internet Marketing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Conclusion

  • Part 1: Review

  • Part 2: What are the Next Steps?

Course 2 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

 

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Course 3 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 

Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 4 - Business Management with Accountancy

 

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - eBay Business

 

Module 1: What is eBay?

  • Part 1: How does eBay work?
  • Part 2: How to get started with eBay?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Getting Started

  • Part 1: How to start?
  • Part 2: Getting a Thorough Understanding of the eBay Sales
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Setting Up Your eBay Business

  • Part 1: Understanding eBay’s policies regarding selling
  • Part 2: Listing your Items for Sale
  • Part 3: Deciding on a mode of payment and setting up an account
  • Part 4: Managing Sales on eBay
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Making Money on eBay

  • Part 1: Factors affecting your cash inflow
  • Part 2: Deciding on what to sell
  • Part 3: Popular Goods to sell on eBay
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Managing Inventory

  • Part 1: Finding Inventory
  • Part 2: Dealing with problems related to inventory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to Present an Item for Sale on eBay

  • Part 1: Setting up an eBay photo studio and its importance
  • Part 2: Writing descriptions
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Promoting Your Goods

  • Part 1: Develop a website
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Running a Successful Business on eBay

  • Part 1: Running a Successful Business on eBay
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Way Forward

  • Part 1: Getting Official
  • Part 2: Taxes
  • Part 3: Keeping Your Business Secure Online
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Real-Life Success Stories

  • Part 1: Some Case Studies
  • Part 2: What can you learn from these real-life examples?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Accounting and Bookkeeping

 

Module 1: Introduction to Accounting

  • Part 1: Brief History of Accounting
  • Part 2: From Transaction to Information
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basic Accounting Assumptions, Concepts & Principles

  • Part 1: Basic Accounting Assumptions, Concepts & Principles
  • Part 2: The Double Entry System
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Capturing and Recording Business Transactions

  • Part 1: Capturing and Recording Business Transactions
  • Part 2: Books of Original Entry
  • Part 3: Cash Book
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Transforming Transaction Data to Useful Accounting Information

  • Part 1: The Accounting Information Cycle (I)
  • Part 2: Basic Accounting – The Trial Balance
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Transforming Accounting Data to Accounting Information

  • Part 1: The Final Accounts
  • Part 2: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 3: Bringing the Balance Sheet Together
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisations

  • Part 1: Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisations
  • Part 2: Treatment of Special Items
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Adjustment Entries to Final Accounts

  • Part 1: Adjustment Entries to Final Accounts
  • Part 2: Summary of Types and Treatment of Adjusting Entries
  • Part 3: The Difference between the P&L and Balance Sheet
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Using Computers in Accounting

  • Part 1: Using Computers in Accounting
  • Part 2: Accounting Computing Software (ACS)
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Business and Tax

  • Part 1: Business and Tax
  • Part 2: Corporation Tax Payment Process
  • Part 3: Company Losses
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statement

  • Part 1: Financial Analysis

  • Part 2: Financial Interpretation- Ratio Analysis
  • Part 3: Profitability ratios
  • Part 4: Investment ratios
  • Part 5: Activity ratios
  • Part 6: Leverage (Gearing) ratios
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 7 - Affiliate Marketing

 

Module 1: History of Affiliate Marketing

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Timeline of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 2: Current Times
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Introduction to Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is Affiliate Marketing?
  • Part 2: Advantages and Disadvantages of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 3: Types of Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 4: Affiliate Marketing FAQ’s for Beginners
  • Part 5: Conclusion
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Various Affiliate Marketing Networks

  • Part 1: Finding Affiliate Products to Market
  • Part 2: The Various Platforms an Affiliate Marketer Can Sell Products On
  • Part 3: Selecting the Right Affiliate Marketing Platform
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Affiliate Marketing Vs. Selling Your Own Products
  • Part 2: Selling Your Own Products
  • Part 3: Find Your Niche Area
  • Part 4: The 5 Areas Most Profitable Niches Fall Into
  • Part 5: The Method of Finding Niches
  • Part 6: Conclusion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Examining Trends and Markets

  • Part 1: Finding Some Popular Trends and Profitable Markets
  • Part 2: Steps to Find Out If Your Niche Ideas Are Profitable
  • Part 3: Keyword Research
  • Part 4: Creating a Website
  • Part 5: Affiliate Marketing Without Having Your Own Website
  • Part 6: Compensation Methods
  • Part 7: Conclusion
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Marketing Products on Your Website

  • Part 1: Adding Affiliate Links to Your Content
  • Part 2: Include Visual Ads in your sidebar
  • Part 3: Producing Content Relevant to Your Niche
  • Part 4: Monitoring Affiliate Performance and Tracking Sales to Measure Your Success
  • Part 5: Conclusion
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Getting Traffic and Improving Conversion Rates

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: Content Marketing
  • Part 3: 15 Extra Tips to Improve Your Affiliate Marketing
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Past and Current Issues

  • Part 1: E-mail spam
  • Part 2: Lack of Self-Regulation
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How to Promote Your Business with Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: Why Use Affiliate Marketing?
  • Part 2: Attracting and Recruiting the Right Affiliates to Represent Your Products/Brand
  • Part 3: Setting Up for Direct Affiliate Relationships
  • Part 4: Growing your Affiliate numbers
  • Part 5: Ways to Grow your Affiliate Program
  • Part 6: Promoting Your Affiliate Program
  • Part 7: List of Affiliate Marketing Software and Their Features
  • Part 8: Conclusion
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: How to Start an Affiliate Marketing Business

  • Part 1: Managing your Affiliate Marketing Business

  • Part 2: Helpful Tools and Resources for Managing a New Internet Business
  • Part 3: Tax Law and Affiliate Marketing in the UK
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 8 - Financial Intelligence for Wealth Building

 

Module 1: Money Management and Debt Reduction

  • Part 1: Why should we manage money?
  • Part 2: Behaviours that signal poor money management skills
  • Part 3: Exit Debts or Manage Debt
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Learning about Money

  • Part 1: What is money?
  • Part 2: How to Learn About Money
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Monthly Payment Trap

  • Part 1: What is Monthly Payment Trap?
  • Part 2: The Role of Interest on MPTs
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Using Credit Wisely

  • Part 1: What is Credit?
  • Part 2: When you use credit wisely
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: How to get out of Debt

  • Part 1: What is ‘Debt?’
  • Part 2: How to get out of debt: Your ten-step plan to getting your finances back under control
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Basics of Budgeting

  • Part 1: What is a Budget?
  • Part 2: How to Prepare a Budget
  • Part 3: The Advantages of Living on a Budget
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Importance of Financial Intelligence

  • Part 1: Elements of Each Concept
  • Part 2: Consequences of Poor Financial Intelligence
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Laws of Financial Freedom

  • Part 1: What Is Financial Freedom?
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Process of Financial Freedom

  • Part 1: 6 Steps and Processes for Financial Freedom
  • Part 2: Increase your Cash Flow
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Your Personal Balance Sheet & Financial Statement

  • Part 1: Personal Financial Statement
  • Part 2: Net worth
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Financial Audit and Creating Your Wealth Map

  • Part 1: Personal Financial Audit
  • Part 2: Establishing Financial Plans Goals to Build Your Wealth Map
  • Part 3: Financial planning: a pre requisite to creating your wealth map
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Gaining Control of the Expense Column

  • Part 1: What is an ‘Expense?’
  • Part 2: Control Expenses and Improve Cash Flow
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Credit Rating and Understanding Your Credit Report

  • Part 1: Credit Report and Score Basics
  • Part 2: Take Credit For Your Actions!
  • Part 3: Credit Enquiries
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: The Money Paradigm Shift

  • Part 1: What is a Paradigm?
  • Part 2: Money: Power of Your Altitude Belief and Your Relationship with It
  • Part 3: You Should Embrace Habits That Will Help You
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Psychology of Wealth Creation

  • Part 1: Rules for Psychology of Wealth Creation
  • Part 2: Attributes of Wealthy People
  • Part 3: Achieving Wealth Slowly
  • Part 4: Building Wealth as a Project in Your Life
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Advancing Towards a 5 Year Goal

  • Part 1: The Rules of Successful Goal Setting
  • Part 2: Goals Are the Building Blocks for Success
  • Part 3: Looking Towards a 5 Year Goal
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Increasing Your Streams of Income

  • Part 1: Cashflow Quadrant
  • Part 2: Extra Income Ideas
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Passive Income and Active Income

  • Part 1: The Cash Flow Quadrant
  • Part 2: Active Income
  • Part 3: Benefits of Passive Income
  • Part 4: Active Vs Passive Income
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Analysing Opportunities to Build Your Asset Column

  • Part 1: The Asset Column Concept
  • Part 2: Advantages of Long-Term Investment
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Understanding & Building Wealth through Real Estate

  • Part 1: The Real Estate Investment
  • Part 2: Ways to Invest
  • Part 3: Lethal Mistakes Real Estate Investors Often Make
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 20 Assessment

Module 21: Understanding & building wealth through automated businesses

  • Part 1: The Concept of Automated business
  • Part 2: Sign You Need to Invest in Automated Business Processes
  • Part 3: Benefits of having an automated business
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 21 Assessment

Module 22: Understanding and building wealth through paper asset

  • Part 1: The Concept of Paper Asset
  • Part 2: Why Stock Investing Should Appeal to You
  • Part 3: Bonds
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 22 Assessment

Module 23: Understanding & Building Wealth through Intellectual Property

  • Part 1: The Concept of Intellectual Property
  • Part 2: Nature of Intellectual Property
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 23 Assessment

Module 24: Understanding & Building Wealth through Network Marketing

  • Part 1: The Concept behind Network Marketing
  • Part 2: Success in network marketing
  • Part 3: Network Marketing Tips for Building Massive Wealth
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 24 Assessment

Module 25: Understanding Real Estate Investment Trusts REITs

  • Part 1: Types of REITs
  • Part 2: Sector of Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Part 3: Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 25 Assessment

Module 26: Wealth & Pensions

  • Part 1: Pensions in United Kingdom
  • Part 2: Eligibility for State Pension
  • Part 3: Benefits for UK Pensioners
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 26 Assessment

Course 9 - Jewellery Making

 

Module 1 Benefits of the Career

  • Part 1: Introduction & Benefits of the Career
  • Part 2: The benefits of Jewellery Making as a Career
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 About Designing Jewellery / Jewellery Past to Present

  • Jewelry Past and Present
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 How to Design Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Jewellery
  • Part 2: Colour and Texture
  • Part 3: Design Principles
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 How to Design Different Types of Jewellery

  • Part 1: How to Design Different Types of Jewellery
  • Part 2: Designing necklaces for face shapes
  • Part 3: Earrings
  • Part 4: Bracelets and Rings
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Jewellery Materials

  • Part 1: Gold
  • Part 2: Silver and Platinum
  • Part 3: Titanium and Copper
  • Part 4: Gemstones
  • Part 5: Beads and Precious Metal Clays
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Equipment and supplies

  • Part 1: Equipment and supplies
  • Part 2: Beading Supplies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 The Design Process

  • Part 1: The Design Process
  • Part 2: CAD CAM
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Making Your Own Jewellery

  • Part 1: Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Part 2: What is soldering?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Outsourcing Production

  • Part 1: Employing
  • Part 2: What about contractors and freelancers?
  • Part 3: Outsourcing Production
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Preparing for Your Career

  • Part 1: Preparing For Your Career
  • Part 2: Communication Skills
  • Part 3: Negotiating on Price
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Getting Hired

  • Part 1: Getting Hired
  • Part 2: Your portfolio
  • Part 3: Network
  • Part 4: Competency based questions
  • Part 5: Prepare questions to ask them.
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Starting Your Own Business

  • Part 1: Starting Your Business
  • Part 2: Writing A Business Plan
  • Part 3: Price of Materials
  • Part 4: Business Strategy
  • Part 5: Creating Your Workspace
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Fulfilling Orders

  • Part 1: Fulfilling Orders
  • Part 2: Delivery
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 Selling Your Designs

  • Part 1: Selling Your Designs
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Part 3: Selling to Individuals
  • Part 4: Canvass The MAN!
  • Part 5: Add value
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 Selling On The Internet

  • Part 1: Online Sales
  • Part 2: Keywords
  • Part 3: Google Adwords
  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 10 - Knitting Online

 

Module 1: Materials

  • Part 1: Needles
  • Part 2: Yarns
  • Part 3: Notions
  • Part 4: Essential Kit
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Basics I

  • Part 1: Getting Started
  • Part 3: The Purl Stitch
  • Part 2: The Knit Stitch
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basics II

  • Part 1: Taking the Next Steps
  • Part 3: Cast Offs
  • Part 2: Cast Ons
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Beyond the Basics: Essential Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Shape Up
  • Part 2: Picking Up Stitches
  • Part 3: Joining Yarns
  • Part 4: Knitting in the Round
  • Part 5: Fixing Mistakes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Working With Patterns

  • Part 1: Your Roadmap to Finished Objects
  • Part 2: Reading Patterns
  • Part 3: Reading Charts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Finishing and Care

  • Part 1: Knitting decreasing and into back of loop
  • Part 2: Knitting Decreasing
  • Part 3: Finishing and Making Up
  • Part 4: Seaming
  • Part 5: Caring for Hand Knits
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • Part 1: Time to Delight
  • Part 2: Cables
  • Part 3: Brioche
  • Part 4: Stranded Knitting
  • Part 5: The Basket Weave
  • Part 6: Button Holes
  • Part 7: Cable Knitting
  • Part 8: Twisted Cords & Cable Right/Left
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to Design

  • Part 1: Why Design?
  • Part 2: Design Tips
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Scarves

  • Part 1: Why Scarves?
  • Part 2: Designing Your Scarf
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Baby Blankets

  • Part 1: Snuggle Up
  • Part 2: Designing Your Afghan
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Toys

  • Part 1: Making Time for Play
  • Part 2: Designing Your Toy
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Socks

  • Part 1: Sock It to Me
  • Part 2: Choosing Yarns
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Jumpers

  • Part 1: Jumping Into Jumpers
  • Part 2: Further Design Considerations
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Business Foundations

  • Part 1: Ready, Steady, Go
  • Part 2: Market Research
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Budgeting and Finances

  • Part 1: Budgets, Prices, and Finances, Oh My
  • Part 2: Finding Financing
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sales and Advertising

  • Part 1: Is Anybody Out There?
  • Part 2: Social Media
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Business Planning

  • Part 1: Business Planning
  • Part 2: Copyrights
  • Module 17 Assessment

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Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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