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© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | BASIC GRAMMAR SKILLS Using a dictionary A Guide to Basic Punctuation (1)Terminal Punctuation 1.1 Period 1.2 Question Mark 1.3 Exclamation Point (2) Sentence Punctuation 2.1 Comma 2.2 Semicolon 2.3 Colon 2.4 Apostrophe
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | BASIC GRAMMAR SKILLS Traditional Parts of Speech Sentence structure (1)Sentence Fragments (2)Run – on Sentences
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | PUTTING GRAMMAR TO USE Mastering Subject-Verb Agreement (1)Words to Trick You Using the Active and Passive Voice (1)Active Voice (2)Passive Voice (3)When to use the Active or the Passive Voice`
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | PUTTING GRAMMAR TO USE Writing Paragraphs (1)What Is Paragraph? (2)Topic Sentence (3)Writing Supporting Sentences (4)Concluding Sentences (5)Developing A Paragraph (6)Paragraph Developing By Example Or Detail (7)Paragraph Development By Comparison And Contrast (8)Paragraph Development By Process
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | PUTTING GRAMMAR TO USE Transitions And Coherency Outlines Business Letters (1)Writing A Business Letter (2)Writing An Inquiry Or Request Information Letter (3)Writing A Request For Funding Or Services Letter (4)The Response Letter Writing A Memo (1)Parts Of A Memo Writing A Good Business Letter
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | CREATING SHORT WRITING WRITING FACTS AND OPINIONS (1)FACTS VS OPINIONS (2)WRITING FACTS AND OPINIONS WRITING FOR COMMUNITY INVOLMENT THE PROCESS OF WRITING (1)PLAN (2)WRITE (3)DESIGN (4)PRINT EDITING AND PROOFREADING
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | APPLYING ENGLISH SKILLS TO SPECIAL PROJECTS Using Sentences Variety To Create Interest Project 1 : Writing A Successful Project Proposal (1)Solicited Proposals (Responding To Rfps) (2)Unsolicited Proposals (3)Checklists Of Planning And Revising Proposals
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | APPLYING ENGLISH SKILLS TO SPECIAL PROJECTS Projects 2 : Writing Reports (1)Report Writing Process Projects 3 : Writing For Community Relations Projects 4 : Turning Case Studies Into Success Stories
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | CHOOSING TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR Beginning Of The Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Vs Administrator About Entrepreneurship Why Choose To Become An Entrepreneur (1)Benefits To The Self-employed (2)Benefits To The Community
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | CHOOSING TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR Different Stages Of Entrepreneurship Who Can Be An Entrepreneur? (1)Who Is An Entrepreneur? (2)Understanding The Entrepreneur? Identifying The Entrepreneur In Me (1)Entrepreneurial Motivation (2)Characteristics Of Strengthen Entrepreneurial Qualities
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | CHOOSING TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR How To Develop And Strengthen Entrepreneurial Qualities (1)To Know What One Is (2)To Know The Destination (3)To Realize That One Is A Master Of One’s Own Ability (4)What Is A Laboratory Method?
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | CHOOSING TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR Future Of Entrepreneurship Self – Appraisal Test (1)Guidelines Of Self – Appraisal Test (2)Self – Appraisal Quiz Motivation (3)Self- Appraisal Quiz “Entrepreneurial Qualities
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | BECOMING AN ENTREPRENEUR Entrepreneurship As A Person Traits And Characteristics Of Entrepreneurs Delicate Uniqueness Of Entrepreneurs Opportunities In Self-employment Idea Generation (1)Selecting An Idea (2)Generation Of Idea (3)Recalling Your Selected Ideas
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | BECOMING AN ENTREPRENEUR Business Opportunities Identifying My Business Choice- Swat Crucial Factors For Setting Up The Small Business Preliminaries In Setting Up A Business Or Trade Product- Specific Formalities Business Blueprint
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | SETTING UP A SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE Steps In Setting Up A Small Business Enterprise (1)Collect Information (2)Organize Information (3)Upgrading Vocational Skills (4)Financial Implications (5)Market Trends (6)Crises Management
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | SETTING UP A SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE Small Business Analysis Skills (1)Planning (2)Organizing Manpower (3)Assistance Market Research
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS Need For A Business Plan Preparing Business Plan Mustafa-the Potential Entrepreneur Working Capital And Project Cost Assessment
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS Appraising The Business Plan (1)Technical Appraisal (2)Marketing Appraisal (3)Financial Appraisal (4)Sensitivity Appraisal (5)Break Even Point (6)Debt Service Coverage Ratio
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS The Formal Credit System The Government Sponsored Schemes Alternative Credit Delivery System Maintenance Of Records And Accounts
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF SMALL BUSINESS Forms Of Business Organization (1)Sole Proprietorship (2)Partnership (3)Co-operative Society (4)Company
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF SMALL BUSINESS Sources Of Finance Contracts And Agreements (1)Meaning Of Contracts And Agreements (2)Essential Elements Of A Contract (3)Void Agreement
© Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF SMALL BUSINESS Standards Of Weights And Measures Insurance (1)Contract Of Insurance (2)Principle Of Insurance (3)Double Insurance (4)Types Of Insurance Operating Banking Accounts Model Partnership Deed
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