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BrightonSBM July 2016 Newsletter


Marcia BabyCONGRATULATIONS to Marcia – our Admissions Administrator who had a Baby Boy very early Sunday Morning – Mother & Baby are doing GREAT….ahh!!!

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Euro 2016


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Coming Soon!!!! – Olympics 2016

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Event of the Month


Independence Day On the 4th July the people of the USA celebrate the day in 1776 when the American Colonies declared themselves as a new and independent nation.

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Moon Day Remembers the 20th July 1969 when a human being first set foot on the Moon.


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Study Subject of the Month

Foundation Management Qualifications


Despite “management qualifications” being seen by many as only relevant for middle and senior managers, most employers today, in both the public and private sectors, expect their team leaders, supervisors, section heads, and junior managers, to have or be studying for a relevant management qualification.
There are many available, offered as “introduction to” or “foundation” management qualifications.
We at BSBM have three highly respected courses, all UK nationally and internationally recognised, all accredited by the prestigious CMI Chartered Management Institute. They are the:

Team Leader L2 for aspiring or new Team Leaders

Management and Leadership L3 for First-line Managers, and established Team Leaders and Supervisors

Management and Leadership L4 for Junior Managers, or recently promoted Middle Managers

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The benefits are numerous, including: knowledge and understanding that can be used immediately in the workplace – helping better decisions being made, creating more effective teams, achieving operational objectives more easily, and improving the overall quality of operational activities.
And, of course, the qualification will improve the prospect of involvement in important projects and being considered for promotion or being taken on by a new employer.

For more information, please visit:
Our Courses

Loans Available for all of our Courses at 0% interest

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Deposit required – Minimum 5%

Students must meet the following criteria

– Are you over 18?
– Do you earn over £12,000/year?
– Do you have a good credit history with no CCJs, late payments etc?
– Are you a permanent UK resident with 3 years of UK address history?

You can find out more information here – 0% Loans

If you meet the criteria above, and are interested in taking up this offer, then please email

Study Tip of the Month

Examination Preparation

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Here are some tips which will ensure that you will be properly prepared:

Study the course material in depth – make sure you read all that is provided.

Find and read additional articles/reports relevant to your sector and type of organisation.

When you are certain that you have gained substantial broad knowledge and understanding about the subject(s), then obtain Past Papers (most colleges, universities, and accreditation bodies make these available).

Start by practicing answering single questions. Set a time limit for answering each one which is equivalent to the examination situation – eg if 5 questions in 3 hours, then practice answering single questions in 30 minutes (which allows for reading time at the start and a brief review time at the end).

Approximately 2 weeks before the examination, start answering full / complete papers. Do this under as close to examination conditions as you can create – alone, separated from family/partner, in a quiet, undisturbed place. Set the same time limit as in the actual examination eg if 5 questions in 3 hours, then allow 30 minutes to answer each question (which allows for reading time at the start and a brief review time at the end) and a maximum of 3 hours in total.

Answer exactly as asked – responding to the key words and topic in the question – do not give broad responses – do not try to say all you know about the topic.

When attending the actual Examination – make sure you take all the equipment/materials you need (check what is allowed – very carefully).

Arrive at the Examination location in good time – allow a minimum of 45 minutes to calm your nerves, find the correct room, and settle down in your place.

At the start of the Examination do not rush into answering a question immediately – read the instructions regarding the number of questions which must be answered, and any choices you have – then look at the questions and decide – carefully – which ones you will be most capable of answering in the time available.

Answer all of the required questions, do not risk – for example – 3 out of 4 because you think you’ve given 3 excellent responses, worth at least 70% each – if the Examiner disagrees – and marks them at 60% each, that will equal 180 out of 400 which will be a Fail.

And… follow the advice – “answer the question”!!

Follow the advice above – and you will be successful!

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