As far as our students are doing their group presentations, we prepared some tips about how to get an A-mark for this assessment. Individual presentation marking consists of 4 main aspects: Content Visual Delivery Theory and examples Your content should be relevant to the topic and related to your company, also you have to demonstrate deep knowledge and understanding of the subject. Visuals are important too, so use photos, videos, infographics at least on some of your slides. Delivery is more about your confidence, knowing the subject, not reading slides, but telling about your findings. And finally, for the theory and examples, you should provide evidence of research, recommendations, give examples of how this theory has been implemented at your company. So good luck with your next presentations!
Congratulations to our Business management students who have successfully passed the group presentation assessment in Information management. Thank you for the interesting and interactive workshops! Good luck with your next presentations!
Weekend is coming, but the weather forecast is not that nice. Here are some ideas for an interesting weekend in Auckland on a rainy day:
⭐Discover Kelly Tarltons Sealife Aquarium ⭐Visit Wintergardens in the Auckland Domain ⭐Play board games at Cakes n Ladders Cafe ⭐Go to bachata and salsa social dancing www.facebook.com/pg/bailaakl/events/?ref=page_internal ⭐Examine the country's largest collection of art at the Auckland Art Gallery ⭐Try your luck in SkyCity, New Zealand's largest casino ⭐Take A Dip In One Of Auckland's Indoor Pools ⭐Play an Escape game at one of the escape rooms ⭐Experience Bowling and Arcade www.westgatebowling.co.nz/
If you plan to work in marketing, we suggest getting acquainted with essential Google instruments, like Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Marketing Platform, Google Ad Manager, and others. Just register in the Google Skillshop skillshop.exceedlms.com/student/catalog/browse and get access to various lectures and online certifications that would increase your attractiveness for the New Zealand employers.
Today we are going to introduce you another New Zealand star – Taika Waititi. Actor turned director Taika Waititi was Oscar-nominated for his 2005 short Two Cars, One Night. His second feature Boy (2010) became the most successful Kiwi film released on its home soil — at least until Waititi's adventure comedy Hunt for the Wilderpeople. In 2017 Marvel movie Thor: Ragnarok became a global hit. Waititi then took away an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, for Nazi comedy Jojo Rabbit.
Final exams are coming soon for some of our Business Management students. So we prepared a post about mnemonic techniques that might be useful for memorizing blocks of information and new words:
1. Organization mnemonics Grouping information together helps you remember them more easily. For example, if you need to remember the numbers “456159753481,” you can divide them into smaller groups. If you group them into “4561 5975 3481,” you may have a better chance of remembering them.
2. Visual mnemonics Linking images together involves creating a visual story to connect the information you need to memorize. Every item leads you to remember the following article. For example, you may need to remember to bring your laptop, reading glasses, notepad and pen to your upcoming meeting. You can create a short story to link these items together so you don’t forget any of them.
3. Song mnemonics Some people learn best when they can sing, so you can insert the information you want to memorize into a song.
4. Alliteration mnemonics When you want to remember a person’s name, alliteration is a convenient tool. If you meet a colleague named Sabina, you can think of other words that start with the letter “S” that describe her. You may find Sabina is sophisticated, sincere and stylish. When you need to recall her name, you will remember the three words you associate with her and be able to narrow down her name to one that begins with the letter “S.”
We are glad to announce that we will have a new intake for Diploma Level 5 in Business Management on the 10th of September! The program will last for 40 weeks and will provide knowledge of the Fundamentals of Marketing, Business Environment, Business Planning, Business Operations & Resources, and other papers. More details about the program and requirements for enrollment you can find on our web-site aei.ac.nz/programmes/academic-programmes/nz-diploma-in-business-leadership-and-management-level-5/
Today we prepared for you some tips for creating a New Zealand-style CV.
1. Keep it short, 1-3 pages 2. Keep your most relevant experience and skills to the top of your CV 3. Include technical and personal skills 4. Include referee contact details. References are very important for New Zealand employers. 5. Include your achievements and results, not only what you were doing.
AEI together with the Licenced Immigration Advisor Kiwiana will run a seminar in Christchurch this Saturday, 27th June. This seminar will provide useful information for those who are already in New Zealand and plan to enroll for programs Diploma level 5, 6, or 7. There will be also information about scholarships and discounts, so please invite your friends!
I am very happy that I choose AEI to study my Diploma programme. I have the opportunity to study with various and very supportive teachers. The environment here is sociable and many of my friends have become brothers and sisters. Besides to have the opportunity to be part of the staff that always are willing to help.
I am pleased with the learning atmosphere and professional teachers here at AEI, which is a great help for in-depth language learning. The active classroom atmosphere is certainly the biggest highlight, and the personalized education concept that makes AEI become outstanding.
I spent 17 weeks at AEI attending the High School Preparation course. It was a great experience and I learnt some high school subjects and New Zealand culture, as well as English. The lessons were very various and useful for my next step, which is to attend a local high school. All the staff and teachers are kind, friendly and supportive. I highly recommend AEI to all who are thinking to come to New Zealand for study.
Alpha Educational Institute is a place with friendly atmosphere and good combination of studies and leisure. Facilitators are quite enthusiastic and are ready to help and to give advice. Administrative staff always come up with new ideas and organise free-time activities for students really well. It’s a pleasure to study in a place with such a nice team!
I am really enjoying the school time here at AEI, the teachers are amazing, they explain very well, and they make it simple to the students to learn and enjoy. the building as the facilities are great as well. I do recommend the school to everyone who wants to learn English.
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Studying at AEI was one of the best experiences that I have had in my life: a year full of learning, new friends and discipline. The school has an excellent academic level, its teachers and equipment make it a good environment, friendly to all.