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  • AVIATION ASSIGNMENT
  • Submitted by :- Muhammed Shafid Abdulla BBA Aviation Avalon Academy Calicut
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT I take this opportunity to thank all my teachers and colleagues for helping me out to complete this presentation. I specially thank our Aviation faculty Mrs. Nidhi for giving all assistance in my work. I also thank all the faculty and my colleagues at Avalon for their help and support. Last but not the least I thank God Almighty for His love and care.
  • INTRODUCTION This work is a study based on “grooming and public speaking”. This gives us an idea about  how to prepare “grooming” for men and woman or how to “speak in public” and followed some procedure in aviation industry
  • TOPICS 1.Grooming 2.Public speaking
  • GROOMING
  • “ Good Grooming is commonly used to refer to a persons appearance. It is made up of personal hygiene, tidy hair, appropriate dressing for an occasion”. GROOMING
  • DIFFERENT TYPE OF GROOMING
    • Skin ,hair and nails
    • Makeup and its type
    • Dressing
    • Do’s and don’ts for interview
  • SKIN, HAIR AND NAILS “ The skin, hair, and nails are external structures that serve a variety of specialized functions. The sebaceous and sweat glands originating within the skin also have many vital functions”.
  • SKIN “ The skin is composed of three layers, the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue (Fig. 1-1). The skin is thicker on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet and is continuous with the mucous membranes at the orifices of the body. Subcutaneous tissue, which contains varying amounts of fat, connects the skin to underlying structures”. The skin related structures (Fig. 1-1)
  • DIFFERENT TYPES OF SKIN Skin Types Tips to Treat 1 Oily Skin Moisturize your face before going to bed and steam your face once a fortnight 2 Normal Skin Steam your face with an infusion of mint leaves in boiling water 3 Combination Skin Avoid astringents; instead use cleaning milk 4 Dry Skin Wash your face with lukewarm and use creams formulated for this skin type
  • HAIR “ Hair consists of layers of keratinized cells found over much of the body except for the lips, nipples, soles of the feet, palms of the hands. Hair develops within a sheath of epidermal cells called the hair follicle. Hair growth occurs at the base of the follicle, where cells in the hair bulb are nourished by dermal blood vessels. The hair shaft is visible above the skin; the hair root is surrounded by the hair follicle (see Fig. 9-2)”. Fig. (9-2)
  • DIFFERENT FACES TYPES WITH THE RIGHT HAIR STYLES. Face Type Hair Styles 1 Small round face Long hair without fringes 2. Big round face Shoulder length with a fring 3. Oval or long face Long hair with flattering layers. 4. Square-shapes face Short, full hair cut and no fringes
  • NAILS The nails, located on the distal phalanges of fingers and toes, are hard, transparent plates of keratinized epidermal cells that grow from a root underneath the skin fold called the cuticle (Fig. 9-2). The nail body extends over the entire Nail bed and has a pink tinge as a result of the rich blood supply underneath. At the base of the nail is the lunula, a paler, crescent-shaped area.. (Fig. 9-2)
  • MAKEUP “ Make up is not always what makes up the beauty in a person. Make up conceals flaws and small imperfections in our face .The use of makeup in Western cultures is primarily amongst women, and around the world, it is used by both men and women for various purposes. There are types of makeup available for each part of the face, and its function is to alter the appearance without affecting the structure of the face”.
  • BASICES MAKEUP ITEMS
    • Foundation :
    • One of the most important basic makeup items you can own is  foundation When deciding on a foundation, first ask yourself what type of coverage you need.
    • Eye Shadow Color :
    • Draw attention to your most prominent feature, your eyes, with a complimentary  eye shadow color . When selecting this basic makeup item, remember that neutral colors like grays and browns work well with any eye color.
    • Lip color :
    • The right lip color can enhance any pair of lips. This basic makeup item can come in  lipstick  or  lip gloss  form and is always an important item to have on hand.
    • Blush :
    • When selecting a  blush color  for your cheeks, remember: your blush should look as natural as possible. Sometimes it is helpful if your blush color matches you lip color.
  • DRESSING MEN | WOMEN
  • DRESSING MEN| WOMEN “ Dressing used in wound care. This is all of the bandages and tape used to cover the exposed area of a wound. your dress reflects your personality and your wardrobe reveals your mindset and lifestyle”.
  • DIFFERENT TYPE OF DRESS CODE Formal Semi formal Business casual Casual MEN| WOMEN MEN| WOMEN MEN| WOMEN MEN| WOMEN
  • INTERVIEW DO’S AND DON’TS FOR AN INTERVIEW
    • Do take a practice run to the location where you are having the interview -- or be sure you know exactly where it is and how long it takes to get there
    • Do dress the part for the  job , the company, the industry. And do err on the side of conservatism. If you're not sure, you should consider reading our article,  When Job-Hunting: Dress for Success . Do dress the part for the  job , the company, the industry. And do err on the side of conservatism. If you're not sure, you should consider reading our article,  When Job-Hunting: Dress for Success .
    • Don't chew gum during the interview.
    • Don't rely on your  application  or resume to do the selling for you. No matter how qualified you are for the position, you  will  need to sell yourself to the interviewer.
    • Don't  tell jokes during the interview.
    • Do  make good eye contact with your interviewer (s).
    • Do  show enthusiasm in the position and the company.
    • Don't  smoke, even if the interviewer does and offers you a cigarette. And  don't  smoke beforehand so that you smell like smoke. And  do  brush your teeth, use mouthwash, or have a breath mint before the interview.
    • Do  avoid using poor language, slang, and pause words (such as "like," "uh," and "um").
    • Don't  be soft-spoken. A forceful voice projects confidence.
    • Do  have a high confidence and energy level, but  don't  be overly aggressive.
    DO’S AND DON’TS FOR AN INTERVIEW
    • Do  avoid controversial topics.
    • Don't  say anything negative about former colleagues, supervisors, or employers.
    • Do  make sure that your good points come across to the interviewer in a factual, sincere manner.
    • Don't  ever lie. Answer questions truthfully, frankly and succinctly. And  don't  over-answer questions.
    • Do  stress your achievements. And  don't  offer any negative information about yourself.
    • Don't  answer questions with a simple "yes" or "no." Explain whenever possible. Describe those things about yourself that showcase your talents, skills, and determination.
    • Do  show off the research you have done on the company and industry when responding to questions.
    • Don't  bring up or discuss personal issues or family problems.
    • Do  remember that the interview is also an important time for you to evaluate the interviewer and the company she represents.
    DO’S AND DON’TS FOR AN INTERVIEW
  • PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • What is Communication?
    • Nonverbal Communication
    • -body language
    • -eye contact
  • Importance of Communication
    • Class Presentations
    • Field Research
    • Business Communications
    • Public Speaking
  • Fear of Public Speaking
    • Population
        • Public Speaking
    • Stage fright
    • -In spotlight
    • -unprepared
    • -inexperienced
  • Effective Communication
    • Preparation
    • Practice
    • Presence
  • Effective Communication
    • Preparation
      • research-non-research
      • format -speak on what you know
      • outline main points
  • Effective Communication
    • Practice
    • - practice makes perfect
    • - revision
    • - get time right
  • Effective Communication
    • Presence
    • -nervousness- fright is common
    • -Body language
    • -voice tone
    • -eye contact
    • -positive attitude
  • Things You Shouldn’t Do
    • Read directly from notes
    • Read directly from screen
    • Turn back on audience
    • Slouch, hands in pockets
    • No um, ah, you knows
    • No nervous gestures
    • Talk too fast,
    • Talk too quietly
  • Things You Should Do
    • Eye contact
    • Attention
    • The body of speech
    • Use language clearly
  • To this…
  • Conclusion This work helped me to Identify the parts of an grooming and public speaking . This also helped me in knowing more about this topics.
  • Bibliography
    • www.Google.com
    • www.wikepedia.com
    • Books of grooming
    • Aviation times
  • THE END