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      • Welcome (Mihi/Karakia) – 6pm start
      • Introductions (Tutor: Profile) – 5-10 minutes
      • Module Content – 30 minutes
      • Writing Exercises (literacy & numeracy exercises) – 30 minutes
      • Enrolment procedure – 15-30 minutes
      • Close (Karakia) – 8pm approx
    • 2. Karakia Timata (Opening Prayer)
      • E Te Atua (Oh God)
      • Manaakitia matou (Bless us together)
      • Arahina matou (Help us through)
      • i a matou mahi (our work)
      • i tenei po (this evening/night)
      • I runga i tou ingoa tapu (On your holy name)
      • Amine (Amen)
    • 3. Certificate in Small Business Management (CSBM) Induction Presentation 2009 Te Wananga o Aotearoa / 0800 355 553
    • 4. Purpose
      • To provide business owners,
      • and potential business owners,
      • with the necessary skills to start up and
      • operate their own businesses.
    • 5. The Kaupapa o Te Wananga o Aotearoa
      • To provide holistic educational opportunities of the highest quality for peoples of Aotearoa and the world
      • To provide a unique Maori learning environment
      • To provide practical learning experiences
      • To provide support, encouragement and guidance to all tauira in their pursuit of personal development, learning and employment
      • To encourage all tauira to learn and achieve to their fullest potentials
      • To be a good employer and encourage staff to develop personally and professionally to their fullest potentials
    • 6. Campus Organisational Structure
      • Students are enrolled through their local TWoA Regional Campus. This means that the Region will handle student enrolment and graduation information.
      • Key staff at your Regional Campus include:
        • Regional Manager
        • Regional Operational Manager
        • Regional Academic Manager
        • Cultural Advisor
        • Cultural Ambassador
        • Lead Tutors
        • Academic Advisors
        • Site Managers
        • Student Support Services Team Leader
        • Student Support Services Advisors
        • Librarian
        • Campus Health and Safety Representative
        • Receptionist
    • 7. TWoA Head Office Positions
      • Senior Management at TWoA include the following positions:
        • Pouhere (CEO of TWoA): Bentham Ohia
        • Kaihautu - Delivery: Turi Ngatai
        • Kaihautu - Marautanga (Curriculum): Shane Edwards
        • Kaihautu - Operational Support Services: Jeremy Morley
      • Kaiarahi are based in Head Office. They are responsible for programme management and development. However, for the FSB and CSBM programmes, the Programme Manager is Miriana Ikin, who is based in Te Kuiti.
    • 8. Equal Education Opportunity
      • TWoA operates within an Equal Education Environment. This means that students will not be discriminated against because of their:
        • Age
        • Gender
        • Student education background
        • Cultural identity
        • Disability
    • 9. Student Support Services
      • Tutors will provide support relating to the content of the programme.
      • Full day workshops specifically provided to give extra student support. These will focus on:
        • reinforcing information covered in classes, catering to different learning needs of students
        • Providing support to complete assessments
      • Some additional student support may be available through the Student Support Services team at the Regional Campus (if in close proximity) during working hours. This support covers areas such as study skills, disability support, library services, etc. Your tutor will notify you of what services are available to you.
    • 10. Student Code of Conduct and Discipline
      • Tauira (student) code of conduct and details regarding misconduct are provided in the Key Information Brochure.
      • Code of Conduct:
        • Te Wananga o Aotearoa expects that all students will:
          • Treat each person equally, fairly and with respect;
          • Respect TWOA facilities, property and equipment at all times;
          • Adhere to the rules and regulations of the programme, campus and TWOA at all times.
    • 11. Certificate in Small Business Management Level 4 NZQA Approved Details of Programme Content
    • 12. Programme Expectations & Key Outcomes
      • At the end of this course, students will have:
      • Prepared a comprehensive business plan;
      • The confidence and know-how to set up their own business.
    • 13. Programme Resources
      • Students will receive the following support resources:
      • 6 Module Books
      • 6 Lesson Plan Workbooks
      • 6 Activities Workbooks
      • 1 DVD
      • Business Plan Template Workbook
      • Textbook
      • Dictionary
      • Business Diary
      • Media and Marketing Scrapbook
      • Calculator & Basic Stationery Pack
      • Key Information Brochure
    • 14. Course Contents
      • The CSBM consists of 6 Modules:
      • Introduction to Small Business Management
      • Introduction to Business Law
      • Introduction to Marketing
      • Introduction to People Management
      • Introduction to Small Business Accounting
      • Introduction to Financial Management
    • 15. Module 1: Small Business Management
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Develop a vision statement
      • Develop a mission statement
      • Develop core values for a business
      • Develop an organisational culture statement for a business
      • Write goals and objectives using the SMART criteria
      • Write a business description
      • Identify strengths and weaknesses for an internal analysis
      • Identify the competitive advantage for a business
    • 16. Module 1: Small Business Management (cont.)
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Write a STEPP analysis
      • Write an industry profile
      • Complete an analysis using the Porter’s Five Forces Model
      • Complete a competitive analysis involving competitor profiles
      • Identify key success factors for an industry
      • Complete an Industry Foresight analysis
      • Identify and evaluate alternative strategies for a business idea
    • 17. Module 2: Introduction to Business Law
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Identify an appropriate entity / structure for a business and outline the process in establishing the entity
      • Complete a profile of the ownership of a business
      • Identify types of insurance that are applicable to a business
      • Identify regulations and consents relevant to a business location
      • Identify legislation and regulations, and the corresponding relevant authorities, that apply to a type of business
      • Write a legal action plan for a business
    • 18. Module 2: Introduction to Business Law (cont.)
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Identify law making bodies in New Zealand
      • Identify the required components of a contract
      • Identify key aspects of leasing
      • Identify key aspects of consumer law
      • Identify employer obligations relating to laws which govern the workplace
      • Explain the role of terms of trade
      • Identify the functions and procedures of the Intellectual Property Office
    • 19. Module 3: Introduction to Marketing
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Write a market research brief and prepare to conduct market research
      • Write a market research questionnaire
      • Conduct market research using a questionnaire and summarise and present the resulting data
      • Analyse results from market research
      • Identify marketing goals for their (potential) business
      • Identify the target market(s) for their (potential) business
      • Describe in writing the positioning strategy of their (potential) business
    • 20. Module 3: Introduction to Marketing (cont.)
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Write a product strategy for their (potential) business
      • Write a pricing strategy for their (potential) business
      • Write a promotion strategy for their (potential) business
      • Write a place / distribution strategy for their (potential) business
      • Write a strategy for the participants, processes and physical evidence aspects of their (potential) business
      • Write a marketing action plan for a business
    • 21. Module 4: Introduction to People Management
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • Write a description of current personnel for a human resources and operations plan
      • Outline operations and personnel requirements for a human resources and operations plan
      • Draw an organisational structure chart
      • Write a job description
      • Write a person specification
      • Identify induction and training needs
      • Write a human resources and operations action plan
    • 22. Module 4: Introduction to People Management (cont.)
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Explain in writing the role of employment law
      • Explain in writing the duties and obligations of employers and employees
      • Explain in writing steps in the recruitment process
      • Demonstrate understanding of discrimination issues in employment
      • Identify core components of an employment agreement
      • Calculate holiday pay
      • Demonstrate understanding of processes and legislation involved in paying employees
      • Identify factors affecting employee motivation
      • Demonstrate understanding of processes and legislation involved in dealing with employment disputes and terminations
      • Identify techniques for effective verbal and written business communication
    • 23. Module 5: Introduction to Small Business Accounting
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Record transactions using the accounting equation concept
      • Complete a cash book
      • Complete a bank reconciliation
      • Prepare a basic GST return
      • Explain in writing basic accounting concepts and financial practices
      • Demonstrate understanding of how a trial balance is completed
      • Demonstrate understanding of how Financial Reports are compiled
    • 24. Module 6: Introduction to Financial Management
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Demonstrate understanding between cash and non-cash transactions
      • Prepare a 1 year and 3 year Forecasted Statement of Financial Performance
      • Prepare a 1 year Budgeted Cash Flow Statement
      • Identify financing options for their business
      • Complete a break even analysis
      • Prepare a forecasted Statement of Financial Position
      • Complete a ratio analysis
    • 25. Fees & Costs
      • There are NO fees or costs for the CSBM
      • All resources are provided free of charge
    • 26. Goals/Objectives
      • The aim of the programme is to:
      • assist students to start their own business
      • assist business owners, managers and staff to operate, develop and grow their business
    • 27. Karakia Whakamutunga (Closing Prayer)
      • Kia tau kia a tatou katoa, te atawhai o to tatou Ariki a Ihu Karaiti
        • (May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ)()
      • Me te aroha o te Atua
        • (And the love of God)
      • Me te whiwhinga tahitanga ki te wairua tapu
        • (And the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you)
      • Ake, ake, ake
        • (Forever and ever)
      • Amine
        • (Amen)