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Analysing The Aspects Contributed To The Personal Career Plan

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Analysing The Aspects Contributed To The Personal Career Plan My Personality Test In order to find out what personal skills and personality traits I would require in marketing management. I had to go through a couple of personality tests that will determine what my skills and traits are. I had to take a psychometric test, which is a way of assessing a person's ability or personality in a measured and structured way. Psychometric literally means measuring the brain. There are three main types of psychometric tests: * Measuring personality * Assessing general abilities * Measuring and assessing specific abilities The test that I have done measures personality. The test consist of series of written statements and for each statements, I was asked to indicate, as spontaneously as possible, the one with which I readily identify as shown below. Upon completion of the test, the results plotted on a chart, or personality profile, to show the shape of my personality. From the results I have found out: * I am sometimes calm and at the same time a bit resilient. * I am able to bounce back after stress, which means I am generally composed and confident, even under stressful situations. * I am organized, hardworking and reliable while still remaining flexible, efficient and fun * I am also outgoing, sociable and I interact at expense of developing interests that concerns me such as my work. However, * I can be insecure and nervous sometimes as well have excess worry and self doubt * I can be suspicious at times and somewhat traditional. Overall, I am likely to handle whatever life throws at me with relative ease. My Personal Skills & Personality Traits For marketing management, it will be necessary to establish the range of skills that are important in getting selected and succeed in this job. I will analyse the key personal skills that are required for marketing management. ...read more.

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* HNCs are made up of 12 credits and usually take one year to complete * HNDs are made up of 30 credits and usually take two years to complete Higher National qualifications have been developed by the Scottish Qualifications Authority in partnership with colleges, universities and industry. What else is good about HNCs and HNDs? Higher National qualifications don't just qualify for work. Some HNCs allow direct entry into the second year of a degree programme, and some HNDs allow direct entry to third year. Possessing an HNC or HND can also give entry to a number of professional bodies. Marketing Management BA Honours Degree Offered as both a single honours and a combined honours, these three-year degrees (or four-year if you include an optional one-year work placement) will provide an in-depth understanding of how to achieve total customer satisfaction through the use of appropriate marketing skills. Either course will prepare for a career in a wide variety of marketing-based roles. A Marketing Management graduate will be able to provide an understanding of the context, nature, role and significance of marketing activities as undertaken by marketing managers in a range of organisations, examine and appraise management concepts and frameworks used and required by brand and/or marketing managers, develop marketing-focused competences relevant to managerial and administrative tasks and appreciate the role of marketing as an integrative element in commercial and non-commercial organisations. Candidates will have acquired the ability to offer employers demonstrable skills in researching and analysing the constituent elements of a marketing plan and their interaction, contribute to independent strategic thought and practical solutions to the development of marketing activities and identify key issues, write up and present resultant plans and strategies. On successful completion of the course candidates will have developed the following transferable skills: * self management * learning skills * communication * teamwork * problem solving * information technology. CIM Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing This qualification incorporates the knowledge and skills required by marketing professionals who aspire to work, or who need greater awareness of working, at the strategic level. ...read more.

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�35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 �35 Clothes and other luxuries �100 �60 �75 �20 �20 �40 �40 �25 �80 �50 �35 �70 Accommodation In University Campus �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 �150 Night College to Study Drama A Levels �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 �300 �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 Tuition Fees/3 terms �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 Total Expenditure 811 771 786 731 731 751 951 736 791 761 746 781 Income - Expenditure 1039 1079 1064 1119 1119 1099 899 1114 1059 1089 1104 1069 Money left over at the end of August 2008 12853 By the start of September, I will have to apply for my student loan. I will stay in the University campus for my first year in University; therefore there will have an additional cost for the second year. Budget Forecast For September 2009-August 2010 September October November December January February March April May June July August Income Student Loan �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 �1,600 Part-time Job �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 �300 Total Income 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 Total Expenditure Travel (includes petrol costs) �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 �200 Food �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 �50 Mobile (contract) �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 �40 Clothes and other luxuries �40 �100 �75 �95 �20 �40 �50 �25 �80 �50 �95 �70 Night College to Study Drama A Levels �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 �350 �100 �100 �100 �100 �100 Tuition Fees/3 terms �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 �256 Total Expenditure 686 746 721 741 666 686 946 671 726 696 741 716 Income - Expenditure 1214 1154 1179 1159 1234 1214 954 1229 1174 1204 1159 1184 Money left over at the end of August 2008 14058 ...read more.

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