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Scenario - Edexcel

9/16/2014
05:12 | Author: Evan Martin

Edexcel you can do it
Scenario - Edexcel

The challenges last for four weeks and encourage a 'can do' attitude. In this project you will prepare publications to promote the Olympic values and.

The SmallSteps4Life programme is inspired by London 2012 and promotes Olympic values amongst young people. The challenges last for four weeks and encourage a 'can do' attitude. It is about taking small steps to improve lifestyles by taking challenges to eat well, get active and feel good.

create a food database.

Next, read through the whole brief to find out more about what you have to do.

create an information point about values and challenges.

Carry out some background research into Olympic values and the SmallSteps4Life programme.

You will:. In this project you will prepare publications to promote the Olympic values and SmallSteps4Life challenges.

There's a lot to do and you'll need some help along the way. You will work with a test buddy, another student in your class, who will help check your publications.

The Olympics are not just about sport and competition! The games promote the seven Olympic and Paralympic values which include excellence, friendship and equality.

First, check that you understand the symbols used in this brief.

create a questionnaire and carry out a survey of students.

create a 'try new things' meal card.

create a challenge card for students to record progress.

produce database reports about portion sizes and ingredients.

use a spreadsheet to analyse the survey data.

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Unit 1 SPBs - September 10 issue Summative Project - Edexcel

7/15/2014
03:16 | Author: Devin Garcia

Edexcel you can do it
Unit 1 SPBs - September 10 issue Summative Project - Edexcel

You can do it. This project focuses on the SmallSteps4Life campaign, inspired by the London 2012 Olympics campaign. Level 1. Students must prepare a set of.

You can do it.

The publications required are some reports listing portions sizes for various foods, an information point, a meal card and a challenge card. Level 2 Students must prepare a set of publications to help promote Olympic/Paralympic values and encourage students to take up challenges to improve their lifestyle.

D101 SPB 0910 Support Notes.

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This project focuses on the SmallSteps4Life campaign, inspired by the London 2012 Olympics campaign. Level 1 Students must prepare a set of publications to help promote a Breakfast Challenge which encourages students to eat a healthy breakfast and take some exercise before school/college. The publications required are some food portion lists, a breakfast menu card, a presentation and a poster.

D201 SPB 0910 Support Notes.

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Jobs you could do Learners I am a Edexcel

5/14/2014
01:24 | Author: Evan Martin

Edexcel you can do it
Jobs you could do Learners I am a Edexcel

Our BTEC Apprenticeships have been developed to give you access to a huge variety of career roles. Below are some of the types of jobs you can do through a.

Find out how to get on to a BTEC Apprenticeship.

Public & Uniformed Services.

Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Information Technology (IT) Media & Design.

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Our BTEC Apprenticeships have been developed to give you access to a huge variety of career roles. Business Administration Childcare Nursery Assistant. Below are some of the types of jobs you can do through a BTEC Apprenticeship.

Health & Social Care.

Retail, Sales & Marketing Security Sport Training & Education Transport &Logistics.

Cleaning and Facilities Management Construction Customer Service Engineering Finance Hair & Beauty.

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GCSE Edexcel

3/13/2014
01:12 | Author: Caitlin White

Edexcel you can do it
GCSE Edexcel

You can also take them if you want to gain a qualification in a subject you are interested in, at any age. What can I do once I've taken my GCSEs?.

If you are planning to complete your GCSEs in Summer 2013, you are likely to be studying a modular course. With modular GCSEs you can take exams as you complete each unit, throughout the course.

GCSEs are at levels 1 and 2 on the National Qualifications Framework, depending on the grade you get.

GCSEs – what are they? The qualification mainly involves studying the theory of a subject combined with some investigative work.

If you have a particular aim in mind you should check the requirements for that course and take the appropriate subjects.

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BTEC Edexcel

1/12/2014
03:20 | Author: Caitlin White

Edexcel you can do it
BTEC Edexcel

You can study a BTEC either full-time or part-time and with nearly 7000 BTEC centres worldwide there is likely What can I do once I've completed my BTEC?.

Depending on the size of your course, you may receive one, two or three grades. BTECs are graded using a Pass (P), Merit (M), Distinction (D) and Distinction* (D*) scale.

qualifying you to pursue a particular job or work in a particular industry.

Many industry sectors have a set of National Occupational Standards, that professionals must follow. The learning content of our BTECs are built around these National Occupational Standards, and are recognised as valuable qualifications by the Standard Setting Body (SSB) and/or Sector Skills Council (SSC) for each industry.

the opportunity to study a new qualification.

BTECs are designed as specialist work-related qualifications and are available in a range of sectors like business, engineering and ICT.

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