Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Legal, Finance and Accounting


Assumptions

Assumptions

This programme starts with a number of accessible examples to illustrate what we mean by assumptions, how we find them and use the negative test, and how finding them can help to illuminate arguments. Students are then asked to test their...Show More
Balance Sheets

Balance Sheets

This short yet comprehensive video introduces the balance sheet as a snapshot measure of what a business owns and owes. With visual examples of a working balance sheet and discussion of its importance and applications courtesy of industry...Show More
Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Presenting clear and consise definitions of a balance sheet's key components by industry expert, this short video will aid Accounting and Business students in GCSE, BTEC and FE courses to understand the difference between current and non-current...Show More
Borrowing Money

Borrowing Money

This programme teaches students about the pros and cons of borrowing money, different borrowing options, and factors to consider when borrowing. Students will learn about loans and credit cards, interest rates, and credit ratings. The programme...Show More
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

This programme looks at the fundamental issues of cash flow including the difference between cash and profit, cash vs. credit, measuring cash flow and improving cash flow.
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

In business planning and operations there are many ways to measure the success and viability of an enterprise. But regardless of how well a business stacks up on paper, without effective cash flow, it can be crippled, which can very quickly lead...Show More
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

Cash flow is integral to any business and ensuring that more cash flows in than flows out is the fundamental rule of successful operations. An ideal resource for Accounting and Business students in GCSE, BTEC and FE courses, this video explores...Show More
Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Without positive cash flow, businesses can find themselves in a dire financial situation: a cash flow crisis. This video looks at the cash flow forecast as a way for a business to predict its expenses and revenue and put effective measures in...Show More
Credibility

Credibility

This programme begins with an exploration of the concept of credibility and illustrates the key criteria of motive, bias, vested interest, neutrality, ability to perceive and expertise. A reconstruction of a famous murder case from the 1920's is...Show More
Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes against the environment take many forms, but it is a complex area of criminology. This programme, presented by Dr Steven Taylor, explores green crime and includes interviews with experts Dr Gary Potter and Dr Matt Follett. It introduces...Show More
Financial Management and the Planning Cycle

Financial Management and the Planning Cycle

KPMG is one of the world's largest professional services firms, providing audit, tax, and advisory services to businesses across the globe. Join KPMG's Ben Skarrasbrek and Alexi Terrovex as they take us on a virtual tour of financial planning and...Show More
Financial Reporting for Business

Financial Reporting for Business

Accounting reports convey information about cash, profit and financial position to the owner and key stakeholders of a business. This programme explores the content and format of the three key accounting reports: The cash flow statement, Profit...Show More
Financial Stability

Financial Stability

This programme outlines the fundamental issue of financial stability including concepts such as stability, cash budgets, working capital ratio, quick asset ratio, efficiency measures and solvency.
Income Statement: Revenue, Expenses, and Profit

Income Statement: Revenue, Expenses, and Profit

In this video, Accounting and Business students in GCSE, BTEC and FE courses will find accessible and contextual definitions by industry experts of three key accounting terms - revenue, expenses and profit - and how these factors interrelate in...Show More
Income Statements

Income Statements

This short video introduces the income statement as one measure of a business's performance. Though visual examples and succinct explanations by industry experts, students taking Accounting and Business courses at the GCSE, BTEC and FE level will...Show More
International Law and Global Governance

International Law and Global Governance

International law is described as ‘the general principles of law as recognised by civilised nations’. This informative programme adds much needed depth to this broad definition by explaining: state sovereignty, domestic law and international...Show More
Introducing the Finance Industry

Introducing the Finance Industry

This programme teaches students about different types of financial institutions and the services they offer. It explains the concepts of interest earned, interest charged, and how financial institutions make a profit. The programme explores the...Show More
Legal Structures

Legal Structures

What are legal structures? Why are they important? And how do you choose the right legal structure for a new business? This programme brings the answers to these questions to life with real world case studies and clear explanations of key terms,...Show More
Macroeconomics, Government and International Trade

Macroeconomics, Government and International Trade

Created in collaboration with a respected team of economics professionals, this programme is Vol. 2 in a unique two-part series based on National Council of Economic Education (NCEE) standards. John Stossel leads the exploration of complex...Show More
Managing Personal Finances

Managing Personal Finances

In this programme, Investment Advisor Freda Miriklis, shares her top three tips to help manage personal finances. We can all take more control of our finances - even if we don’t earn a lot of money. It comes down to understanding our expenses...Show More
Microeconomics

Microeconomics

A fundamental proposition in economics is that people have unlimited wants, but there are limited resources, which leads to the problem of scarcity. Hence the central question in economics is how best to allocate limited resources to produce...Show More
Part 2: Reaction and Recovery

Part 2: Reaction and Recovery

This second programme concludes the Great Depression story. It begins with the "Gold Standard" and its influence on world trade, and explains the circular flow of a healthy economy. FDR's "New Deal" in the USA is covered extensively, as is the...Show More
Profitability

Profitability

In this programme, see how business resources including sales revenue, gross profit ratio, net profit ratio and expense and sales ratio are used to evaluate profit. The programme also looks at the return on owner’s investment, the return on...Show More
Savings and Investing

Savings and Investing

This programme teaches students about the definitions of, and need for, savings and investments. Reasons why people save are explored, as well as the concept of creating a savings plan. The programme explains a number of different investment...Show More
Sources of Finance

Sources of Finance

Starting and operating any business is not simply a case of putting up a sign or registering a website and declaring yourself open for business. In the establishment of any enterprise, capital is needed before any doors open, phones ring or hits...Show More