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posted by Tessa Webb on Thursday, 30 October 2014

The NCUB has asked me to write another blog to help undergraduates get ready for the workplace.

The National Centre for Universities and Business has commissioned me to write about student employability.

Claire, the owner of Two Ducks (a lovely company selling beautiful British gifts) has inspired me to write this blog. On returning from the New Des

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  • Have fun and learn by doing. Tessa understands her audience – creative people who like loads of activities, lively debate and visual material galore. This is not a boring-old text-book business course! Tessa targets all learning styles with short-but-snappy power point presentations, interspersed with loads of hands-on activities: quizzes; role play; card sorting exercises; mind mapping; brainstorming; applying skills to real business scenarios; games; pencil, paper and calculator exercises; and discussions.
  • Delivered as nine lots of 2½ hour sessions, normally with about 30 students in each session.
  • Fully adaptable for professionally-minded graduates, artists, designers, designer-makers, craftspeople, makers, creative graduates, illustrators, potters, photographers, printmakers, sculptors, and textile and fashion designers.
  • Each session is backed up with in-depth hand-outs covering all aspects of running your own creative business - creating a ready-reference guide for the future.

 

This course is down-to-earth, practical and straightforward. It is completely geared up to visual, practical people who like to be entertained, get stuck in and try things out. Tessa uses short-but-snappy power point presentations, interspersed by loads of hands-on activities so that students have fun and learn by doing.

 


 
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