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Transcript: 1 m 2 p b Y g X F A critique of the effects of strategies used in response to the behaviour of children with a range of needs. Behaviour Intervention E Sasha is 5 years old. She has always been withdrawn, but has become even more so since starting year 1 in September. She has few real friends and tends to spend play times walking around alone or on the fringes of different groups of her peers. Assessments show she is actually above average in her English and maths skills, but she produces very little work and makes no contribution to lesson discussions. Her teacher, Mrs Rix, regularly reprimands her for her seeming lack of effort in class and picks her out to answer questions, but gets little response. Sasha says she cannot do the work properly and is not clever enough - she seems to have a low self-esteem. Her mother, it is only the two of them in the family, is eager for Sasha to do better. She says that Sasha is more talkative at home and likes to read books, particularly fantasy stories about magic, wizards and witches. Scenario A - Sasha 5 years old Withdrawn Produces very little work and makes little contribution in class Mrs Rix often addresses her lack of effort, and picks her out to answer questions -little response. Low self-esteem Only Child Talkative at home and enjoys reading. What do we know about Sasha? D Life is an Open Book.. Ready to Turn the Next Page? C A Perfect Template for Various Topics: A Perfect Template for Various Topics: B "There is no friend as loyal as a book." - Ernest Hemingway "So many books, so little time." - Frank Zappa "Don't read books. Make prezis!" - Author A Thank you!

Bid Presentation

Transcript: Alexandria Howze Bryce Wilkerson Christopher White Triathlon World Cup Series Long Distance Triathlon World Championship Long Distance Triathlon World Championship 4km Swim= 2.5 miles 120km Bike= 74.7 miles 20 km Run= 12.4 miles What is a LD triathlon What is a LD triathlon Invented in the early 1970s by San Diego Track Club Consists of: 10km run 8km bike 500 metre swim 1989 triathlons were Olympic status 2000 Olympics in Australia History History Triathlon Weihai, Shandong - China- 2014 Motala, Sweden -2015 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma- 2016 Penticon, Canada- 2017 Previous Host Cities Previous Host Cities Video Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=50&v=fq1hpABpsvM We serve multi-sport athletes of all ages and abilities in and around the state of Texas, enabling them to achieve their athletic goals in a stimulating, supportive and sociable environment. Mission Statement Mission Statement Triathlon Event Triathlon Event Successful Event Great Experience Increase Fans Help our sponsors Revenue for Austin Goals Goals Theme Theme Host City Host City Austin, TX 6th Street Food Trucks Museums State Capitol Castle hills Round Rock outlets (15 min away) Attractions Attractions Fox Website Ads Commercials Triathlon.org Flyers Posters Newsletters Print Media Media Market Media Market Host Venue Host Venue https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=35&v=Q4NVgqZcij4 Lady Bird Lake Streets of downtown Austin Venue Amentities Venue Amentities First responders Porta potties Water Stations Bike Mechanic Support Stations Souvenior Area VIP Reception Area VIP Hosting Area Amentites Amentites Accomd. Accommodations SuperShuttle- 50 shuttles Austin Charter Services- 15 Double Deckers Elegant Limousine & Charter- 5 Limos Transportation Transportation Omni Austin Hotel -$192 San Jacinto Blvd Austin TX Total number of rooms - 392 Meeting rooms- 10 Hair salon Hilton Austin-$99 E 4th St Austin TX Total number of rooms - 801 Conference space size (feet) - 60000 Free WiFi Sauna etc. Hotels Hotels Airport to Hilton Austin= 16 mins Airpost to Omni Austin 17 mins Hilton Austin to Venue= 9 mins Omni Austin to Venue= 10 mins Registration to Venue= 9 mins Registration to Omni Austin= 7 mins Registration Hilton= 7 mins Commute Commute Transportation Schedule Transportation Schedule Two Days Before Event: 5am-3pm: Airport Pickup Hilton Austin Omni Austin 1-7pm: Charters to training facility Shuttles rotating every hour Friday Friday Day Before Event 10-6pm: Charter Bus from hotels Packet Pickup 10:30-6pm: Charter Bus from registration Bike Checkin 11-6pm: Charter Bus Athlete Meetings Saturday Saturday Day of Event: 4-5:30am: Transportation to Venue Charters to Venue 12: Bike Check-out/ Shuttle Pickup Shuttle pick up every 30 minutes 1pm: Transportation to Hotel Charters running every hour 3-11pm: Transportation to Airport Charters and Shuttles every hour Sunday Sunday Volunteers Volunteers volunteer@highfiveevents.com A volunteer T-shirt Complimentary food and beverage Complete community service hours Meet a new friend or business contact Create new interests or hobbies 1,200 How many are needed? How many are needed? Swim Course (on water) Swim Course (on shore) Bike Course (Direct Participants) Run Course (point the orange flag) Transition Area (Contains all bike racks) Timing (Timing chutes) Body Marking Refreshments Parking Aid-Stations Communications Packet Pick-Up & Registration How will they be used? How will they be used? Training from the professionals. CPR certification. Security What training will be required? What training will be required? Marketing Strategy Marketing Strategy Elite Traithlon Athletes Triathlon Fans Target Market Target Market Websites Emails Social Media Mail Triathlons locally Reaching Out Reaching Out Media releases Before, during, and after Publicizing the event Flyers Social media Word of mouth Local Business ITU website Marketing Strategy Marketing Strategy Sponsorships Sponsorships All these are products and things athletes use. Why? Why? Asking for donations Asking for exposure Increase our image Asking for a great partnership What is asked of our sponsors? What is asked of our sponsors? Increases Brand Awareness. Promotes a Positive Image. Allows Direct Customer and Market Interaction. Receive a Good Return on Investment. Benefits Benefits Proposed Budget: 9 million Budget Budget Prize Money- 90,000 Event Liabability- 3,000,000 Pasta Party- 5,000 Transportation- 2,000,000 Advertising - 1,000,000 Media Coverage-500,000 In Depth In Depth Event Title Sponsors Public Institutions Sponsorships Entry Fees Ticket Sales Food and Beverage Entry Fees Merchandise Sales Revenue Coming Back Revenue Coming Back Evaluation Evaluation Attendance Attendance Surveys Surveys

Olympic Bid Presentation

Transcript: Portland 2024 Olympics Vision & Legacy - Strive to deliver a unique learning environment to unite all nations under the value of sport - Celebrate diverse cultures, and unite them using sport Our Vision: "Use the power of sport to unify all nations and strive to better the world by helping with education, sustainability, and environment , social, and political factors " Vision and Mission Known as one of the worlds most environmentally conscious cities: - Walk ability - Expansive network of public transportation - 10,000 acres of public parks - 175 LEED certified buildings - Locavorism - top 10 greenest cities since 2008 Current Residents: 647,805 Our Legacy " The Portland Olympics will challenge a global change to gain a more environmentally friendly world" Purposed Dates: 2 August thru 18 August 2024 Overall Concept of the Games Overview: Jurisdiction, responsibilities, and privileges national, regional, and local authorities planning, organizing, and running Political Political Political Governor of Oregon Will help with the jurisdiction of the games Former leader of Oregon Secretary of State and leader of State Senate Kate Brown Political Mayor of Portland Previously Oregon's State Treasurer Focuses on benefit the games will bring to Portland and Sense of community Ted Wheeler Political Governor of Washington Financial Chair Wants to bring in jobs Jay Inslee Public New facilities/ renovations (Make money off after games) Jobs Relocation of residence; housed Improved transportation Public Provide security All athletes accepted Keep Portland clean Provide to local schools Legal Aspects Construction Everything will be about preserving the environment and natural structures Existing facilities; renovations Waste Removal Assignments to assure waste is removed properly daily Environment Environment Energy / Temp. Alternative Energy Solar panels Preserve energy Back up generators Temperature Elevation of 50 No oxygen deficiencies Average High temperature 82͒ F Average low temperature 53͒ F Enviroment Weather Sunlight/ Precipitation Average sunlight : 15 hours Plenty of time for outdoor activities Average precipitation 0.47 in Humidity/ Wind Average humidity: 63% Higher in mornings Precautions with medical staff will be addressed Average wind speed: 7.9 mph (slight Breeze) Enviroment Air Air Quality Air Quality is in the “good” category at 0-50 Safe Natural Disaster Biggest threat is an earthquake Natural disaster plane will be put in place Enviroment Finances Eco friendly Ticket Sales Workforce Budget/Finance Marketing Approach Subtle yet aggressive Technological integration Forefront of technology in sport and entertainment Marketing Social Media Social Media Content production for all main social networking platforms Games specific ads Live streaming of events Hashtags #Portland2024 #allforoneoneforall Logo Attempt to seamlessly combine the essence of Portland with the legacy of the Olympics Logo Other Official sponsors will have the opportunity to market as an official partner of the Portland 2024 games Options include Materials at properties and venues Vinyl wrapping of all TriMET systems and high sped trains Other Marketing Strategies Utilizing 9 existing facilities Will be building 2 facilities but will be beneficial to Portland after the games The furthest location is Hayward field in Eugene Sports and Facilities MAP Facilities Hillsboro Stadium Hayward Field Johnson Creek Gun Club Foxridge Farms Moda Center Columbia Edgewater Country Club St. Johns Racquet Center Sellwood Riverfront Park Providence Park Facilities Olympic Village: Portland State University-10 Dorms available, Rail car transportation University of Portland- 10 Dorms available, 10 min. away Hotels-Red Lion Hotel on River-Jantzen Beach, Marriott Downtown Waterfront, Courtyard Marriott City Center Total: Holds 22,352 between them all Games Villages FOOD Keep consistency, both universities will be run by Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services. Already established working relationships and know the venues. 4 different dinning halls and 8 different cafes are available between the two. Food Service Run by the Portland Police Department and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. 100 police officers and deputies on duty at all times. 10:00 P.M. and 8:00 A.M. 50 officers and deputies patrolling the grounds Criminal justice program interns Security Security Other Spectators- metal detector or be waived by a wand depending on the venue. No bag. 800 security cameras K-9 units, special forces and anti-kidnapping squads available to ensure public safety. Private company will be hired to monitor and protect against any cyber-warfare. Security The medical system in the Portland: Fifteen hospitals Medical groups and health plans representing over 8,000 licensed doctors Over 19,000 registered nurses Over 4,000 licensed beds. Two level one trauma centers in Oregon: Health and Science University Legacy Emanuel Hospital and Eco

NORPPIP - Bid presentation

Transcript: NORPIP "Social Consequencese Of Poor Infant Attachment ... Two Is Too Late" Executive summary To demonstrate to you how we will put your client brief into practice. Recognise your concerns Address our abillities and strengths About Us Christina: Client contact Natalia: Marketing Nina: Sales Grace: Logistics, Production and AV Emily: H&S, security, VIP's Kat: Delegate booking Nicki: CPD clasification Addressing your questions Time Experience Working with a small team Confirmation of client brief Company: NORPIP [Northamptonshire Parent Infant Project] Contact: Judy Crompton/Vanessa Bird Event: NORPIP Conference Date Brief Taken: 13th October 2011 Dates of the Event: Conference Friday 18 May 2012 Client Objectives: To educate, inform and fund raise Immediate action Delegate Numbers: Minimum 150 – 500 attendees Delegate Profile: Nurses, Social Workers, Police, Education, Lawyers, Nursery school, Practitioners, Neurologists, Psychotherapists, Health Visitors Duration of Event: Day conference Venue: Silverstone Accommodation: To be handled by us Programme: Recent research, Workshops, Guest speakers, Awareness of the charity Budget: £0 Pay to attend Event objectives To educate and raise awareness of NORPIP To fundraise for NORPIP To gain a minimum of 150 attendees To provide CPD for all attendees Market Research Conference Title: Involving Patients as Teachers Date: May 2012 Venue: York Purpose: To explore the educational value of actively involving patients in medical teaching Conference Title: Second Annual NHS Leadership and Management Summit Date: Wednesday 23 May 2012 Venue: The King’s Fund, London Purpose: How can the NHS support leadership development in the new NHS? Conference Title: Setting up and Running Nurses Clinics Date: Monday 14th May 2012 Venue: Mayfair Conference Centre, London Purpose: Learning from nurses working at advance practice and experienced in setting up and running nurse clinics. Outcomes of feasibility Change of Delegate Profile Admissions price Venue Breakout Groups Theory Price, C. (1993)‘Suggested that education, networking and leadership were primary motivations of association participants.’ Oppermann et al (1997) ‘ Unstable political situations and an economic recession are uncontrollable factors that might deter’…attendees Mair et al (2009). ‘…conference delegates have a much higher degree of discretion in attendance than within the corporate conference sector, were attendance is often encouraged, if not dictated by employer’ McCabe et al (2000). ‘Association conference are those based around organised and structured groups of people who have similar interests.’ Rittichainuwat et al (2001) ‘include a factor (the the framework) which they name business and conference activities, with attributes such as an interesting conference programme, business activities and association-related activities loading on it. They also identified a separate factor, self enhancement, which included career enhancement, leadership enhancement, networking enhancement and esteem enhacment.’ Witt et al (1995) ‘the framework put forward includes obtaining information, hearing speakers and presenting papers as motivating attributes. This is more related to the personal and professional development’. NORPIP Marketing Strategy Newspapers Television Radio Social networks Practitioner communications Parenting websites Baby based organisations Local children magazines University’s County Council’s Prices Negotiable *All literature and Brand Logos and Banners to be supplied by Sponsor* Sponsorship letter Venues Constituency Programme overview 6.30 - 8.30 Set up 8.30 - 9.00 Rehearsals 9.00 - 9.30 Registration & Arrival coffee 9.30 - 9.35 Welcome from Andrea Leadsom MP 9.35 - 9.50 Rt. Hon. Iain Duncan-Smith, Key note speech 9.50 - 10.35 Baroness Susan Greenfield - The Science. Neuroscience and Epigentics 10.35 - 11.05 Morning coffee 11.05 - 11.50 Dr. Michael Galbraith - Psychology and the Health Economics of Early Intervention 11.50 - 12.30 Panel Q &A Chaired by Andrea Leadsom Panel will comprise -Iain Duncan Smith MP -Baroness Greenfield -Michael Galbraith 12.30 - 2.00 Lunch Afternoon session to be chaired by George Hosking of The Wave Trust (Patron of Norpip) 2.00 - 2.45Dr Amanda Jones - Attachment Therapy and Film of Treatment 2.45 - 3.30 Martin Narey - New Government Adoption Tzar on the Necessity of Early Adoption 3.30 - 4.15Camilla Bhatmanghelidjh - The Long Term Results of Neglect 4.15 – 5.00Panel Q & A chaired by George Hosking Panel will comprise - Dr Amanda Jones Martin Narey Camilla Bhatmanghelidjh CPD Accreditation Any Questions Exhibition Stand - £250 Lunch for one exhibitors (Additional exhibitors £25.00) Leaflets in delegate packs Please see handout Gala Dinner at either Silverstone or Whittlebury Park. Exhibition fair Located 14 miles from Northampton. Exclusivity of whole venue Brand new facilities at Silverstone Circuit. Facilities - AV needed Cost – Catering costs + free room hire Halls 1,2 and

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