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Economics, Business and Personal Finance

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BORROWING AND MANAGING DEBT 
The final programme of the (2008) British series explains what debt is, how to avoid it, and how to borrow safely. It deals with:
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BUDGETING 
Leaving home and going to University will be the first time that young people are financially independent. Learning to manage money is a skill that can make this exciting and challenging time easier. Through this video you will find out about the costs involved in studying and living away from home for the first time and how to manage your finances to make sure that you can get through your course as well as the pitfalls to avoid spending more than you need. Find out about tuition fees and loans and how banks can help with your money. Students can work and earn income to make things easier but how much should they work? What are the other costs that they should expect to face and how can they make these as low as possible.
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BUDGETS, SPENDING AND TAXATION 
The first programme of this (2008) British series looks at balancing earnings and expenditure, how we earn and spend money, and the concepts of national economies and taxation. It deals in turn with:
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DEALING WITH DEBT 
This programme explains what debt is and how to avoid it. It suggests the best and worst forms of debt to have when leaving home and becoming a student. It gives advice and help to those who may be in serious debt as well as to those who are only now starting to get into debt. It prepares those leaving home for the first time to deal with their own finances and fully prepare them for life away from home.
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LIVING EXPENSES 
Students need to be financially literate before they leave education. Personal finance should be one of the most important subjects within education as it relates to our everyday lives. Without such education the next generation is going to find themselves in difficult economic times, knowing how to manage their money from an early age can put students in a more realistic position for their future lives. This resource acts as a step by step guide for students to digest before entering the world of work.
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SAVING AND BANKING 
The second programme of this (2008) British series emphasizes the need for saving, looks at the different types of bank accounts available, and shows how to open and use bank accounts. It deals with:
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SELLING YOURSELF SUCCESSFULLY Bonus Disc 
Additional, unedited footage from the brand new, UK-produced Selling Yourself Successfully series which comprises The Career Portfolio, The Application Form and The Interview. Details are in the Careers section.
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SHOPPING: PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE 
Shopping habits and experiences have been transformed over the past two or three decades and a range of factors is responsible for this. This film highlights the extent to which retail shopping has changed and the reasons for those changes. Areas covered include shopping centres, online shopping and likely trends in the future.
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THE APPLICATION FORM 
This new (2010) DVD for KS 4/5 looks at how to apply to apply for your first job. It can be an intimidating process if you haven't done it before so how do you really know what they're looking for? It explains that the key to getting the first step right is a clear and concise job application, because employers simply don't have the time to go through lengthy, unfocused submissions.
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THE CAREER PORTFOLIO 
This new (2010) DVD programme covers a range of aspects relating to the compilation of a career portfolio, including a step-by-step look at how to prepare a portfolio and how developing a career portfolio is a highly advantageous strategy when trying to create an impression with an employer.
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