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Mithilesh & Aazim - Internship Presentation
Transcript of Mithilesh & Aazim - Internship Presentation
Roles & Responsibilities
Mithilesh Zavar - E-Business Assistant
Aazim Ashroff - E-Business Assistant
By Mithilesh Zavar & Aazim Ashroff
BDO (Binder Dijker Otte & Co.) is a UK member firm of the BDO international network.
It is the world's fifth largest accountancy organisation.
It has more than 1,000 offices in over 100 countries.
How the internship has prepared us for the future
We had to learn a completely new software called 'SharePoint'.
We had to create different types of sites such as:
Task Management sites
Business Restructuring sites
Document Sharing Sites
Creating a template for Document Sharing Sites so that other team members could follow the guidelines.
Leading client meetings.
Contacting Site Owners
Offer constructive criticism to help the team
Attending Meetings - Shadowing & Contributing
It gave us an understanding about the IT Business Sector.
It has given us confidence.
It has provided us with a competitive advantage.
It has improved our organisational and communication skills.
Who made the most impact on us?
How we have developed during the internship
We have learned how to conduct ourselves so that we look professional.
Learned how to deal with colleagues and clients.
Learned how to be better organised.
Thank you for your time!
The impact of the internship experience on my career aspirations
The discussions with Lucy Hearne and Ed Baillie were eye-openers.