Introduction to Enterprise & E-commerce (IEE) workshop

30 January 2018 | 9:30 am – 12:30 at West Hendon Community Hub

This workshop is FREE and designed for 18 to 25 year olds who are interested in understanding what starting own online Enterprise business is like.

It is an interactive workshop that offers participants an opportunity to learn, practice and develop Enterprise business skills, including confidence, team work, creative thinking, problem solving, communication, negotiation and research.

Participants will be introduced to the basic processes and tools for building and running their own enterprise, including how to identify new trends and opportunities in the marketplace.

Are you looking for Work Experience?

One of the biggest setbacks that jobseekers face is having a lack of work experience. Work experience is a great opportunity to learn business skills, team work, team building and could significantly improve your employment prospects.

To assist young people onto the career ladder, TESYouth is offering traineeship work experience in Sales and Marketing.

Work experience in Sales and Marketing will allow you to boost your CV, improve your skills, gain a better understanding of workplace etiquette, make new contacts, gain hands-on work experience and a career in sales and marketing.

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Communication, Interview Techniques & Employment (CIE) workshop

16 January 2018 | 9:30 am – 12:30 at West Hendon Community Hub

This workshop is FREE and designed for 18 to 25 year olds who like to improve their communication and interview skills and increase their chances in the job market.

During the workshop, participants will learn how to prepare for and excel at an interview through role-play and focused exercises.

If you want to improve your communication, interview skills, team work, boost your confidence and learn to take control of your future, this workshop is for you.

Universities could be accused of ‘mis-selling courses’

Universities could be accused of “mis-selling” courses to teenagers who have little understanding of money matters, the public spending watchdog says.

National Audit Office (NAO) head Amyas Morse said young people were taking out large loans to pay for tuition fees without much effective help or advice.

It compared the higher education market to financial products, highlighting how little regulation universities faced. The government said its reforms were helping students make informed choices.

But the NAO report highlights that tighter rules apply to the sale of complex financial products than to universities offering courses that may well be more expensive.

Mr Morse said: “If this was a regulated financial market, we would be raising the question of mis-selling.”

The report says a student loan is likely to be a person’s biggest sum for borrowing after a mortgage and will require a long-term commitment.

The average loan is expected to top £50,000 by the time it is repaid.

But the decision whether or not to go to university and which course and provider to choose is typically made at the age of 16 or 17.

These choices can have a long-lasting impact on future employment and earnings prospects, the report says.

And where services or markets are especially complex, consumers often need additional support and protection to make good choices.

The report says the Financial Conduct Authority requires companies to disclose clearly the risks of such products to potential customers. Read more