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This report is about different types of communication used throughout the Chelmsford College. Chelmsford College uses a lot of verbal communication and non-verbal communication.

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Category Example Source Purpose Verbal communication Telephone Pupil telephoning into college To advise of sickness(update knowledge) Interviews (job) Human resources department To find a new employee(invite support for activities) Written communication College handbook Student services Giving information to students about the course(update knowledge) Email Pupils to teachers Pupils can email there subject teachers. Send their document update knowledge,) Onscreen communication Presentation Teachers to student Teachers are giving students information about their course subject or unit this allows students to make note and get as much information as they can(updating knowledge and support for activities) Multimedia communication College TV It department The purposes of the college having the TV are for entertainment and also update the knowledge of pupils in the college.(invite support for activities, update knowledge). Web-based communication Intranet It department Intranet allows students to view their timetables, attendance and also access their work. Intranet also allows students to find out what event is happening at college. (Update knowledge, communicate promotional messages, and inform future decisions. This report is about different types of communication used throughout the Chelmsford College. Chelmsford College uses a lot of verbal communication and non-verbal communication. ...read more.

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Advantage of onscreen communication * Lots of people can see it all at once * Can make note Disadvantages of onscreen communication * If the equipment is down the teachers would find it hard to teach An example would be presentation. Chelmsford college teachers use PowerPoint presentation giving students information about their unit and students will have to make notes. It may also help them in future decisions such as on their future assignments. Work shown on presentations would give them the information they need for their course unit. A multimedia uses a combination of images, words and sounds to present information. Multimedia is mostly being used in education, advertising and entertainment. Advantages of multimedia communication * Easy to understand * Disadvantages of multimedia communication * Expensive * Not always easy to configure * Requires special hardware * Not always compatible * Too much makes it unpractical. Large files like video and audio has an effect of the time it takes for your presentation to load. Adding too much can mean that you have to use a larger computer to store the files. An example would be college TV. ...read more.

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Chelmsford College finance team receive payments form students who pay for their trips. They also keep track on the whole college finance. They find out the profit and loss in Chelmsford College. They have bills to be paid for example builders, computers and electricity. Chelmsford College administers give information to the finance department and finance department would claim this money from the department of education. The fees collected and due. They check and update the balance sheet on what assets they have. College finance department send information to the managers about how much they have paid for bills and the profit and loss statement. The managers need to plan to spend the money and save the money. * Bills needs to be paid * The fees collected and due * Balance sheet * Funding's * Find out profit and loss * Courses cost The information about the reliability need to make sure the information is up to date and making sure all the information is right otherwise serious consequences can be made. All information needs to be accurately done. Finance functions * Credit control * Tax matters * Compilation of financial reports * Costs accounting http://cbe.anu.edu.au/futurestudents/ug/businessadministration.asp Job Description for a College Administrator | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_6694710_job-description-college-administrator.html#ixzz1bG8C7El4 http://ihashimi.aurasolution.com/advantages_and_disadvantages_multimedia.htm ?? ?? ?? ?? Ninthusha Satkunalingam Unit 4 1 ...read more.

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