• Marketing I – Co-Op & NON Co-Op

    1 Demonstrate creativity and innovation.
    2 Demonstrate critical thinking and problem  solving.
    3 Demonstrate initiative and self-direction.
    4 Demonstrate integrity.
    5 Demonstrate work ethic.
    6 Demonstrate conflict-resolution skills.
    7 Demonstrate listening and speaking skills.
    8 Demonstrate respect for diversity.
    9 Demonstrate customer service skills.
    10 Collaborate with team members.
    11 Demonstrate big-picture thinking.
    12 Demonstrate career- and life-management skills.
    13 Demonstrate continuous learning and adaptability.
    14 Manage time and resources.
    15 Demonstrate information-literacy skills.
    16 Demonstrate an understanding of information security.
    17 Maintain working knowledge of current information-technology (IT) systems.
    18 Demonstrate proficiency with technologies, tools, and machines common to a specific occupation.
    19 Apply mathematical skills to job-specific tasks.
    20 Demonstrate professionalism.
    21 Demonstrate reading and writing skills.
    22 Demonstrate workplace safety.
    23 Examine aspects of planning within an industry/organization.
    24 Examine aspects of management within an industry/organization.
    25 Examine aspects of financial responsibility within an industry/organization.
    26 Examine technical and production skills required of workers within an industry/organization.
    27 Examine principles of technology that underlie an industry/organization.
    28 Examine labor issues related to an industry/organization.
    29 Examine community issues related to an industry/organization.
    30 Examine health, safety, and environmental issues related to an industry/organization.
    31 Identify the purposes and goals of the student organization.
    32 Explain the benefits and responsibilities of membership in the student organization as a student and in professional/civic organizations as an adult. 
    33 Demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student organization activities, such as meetings, programs, and projects. 
    34 Identify Internet safety issues and procedures for complying with acceptable use standards. 
    35 Identify the types of work-based learning (WBL) opportunities.
    36 Reflect on lessons learned during the WBL experience.
    37 Explore career opportunities related to the WBL experience.
    38 Participate in a WBL experience, when appropriate.
    39 Analyze the marketing concept and its historical development. 
    40 Explain the components of the marketing mix. 
    41 Explain the functions involved in marketing goods and services.
    42 Describe trends in marketing.
    43 Explain the different types of organizations (for-profit, non-profit, government).
    44 Explain the nature of business activities. 
    45 Identify the parts of a business plan.
    46 Identify the parts of a marketing plan.
    47 Explain basic financial statements.
    48 Describe the communications process.
    49 Demonstrate the effects of nonverbal communication on interactions with others. 
    50 Write various types of professional communications. 
    51 Demonstrate phone etiquette. 
    52 Demonstrate online etiquette. 
    53 Explain concerns related to electronic device use.
    54 Analyze the impact of technology on marketing.
    55 Use technology to perform marketing tasks.
    56 Use customers, coworkers, and managers feedback to improve performance. 
    57 Explain the importance of diversity within the work environment. 
    58 Examine ethical behavior in the workplace.
    59 Resolve client/customer and co-worker conflicts. 
    60 Demonstrate positive working relationships. 
    61 Demonstrate professional workplace behavior.  
    62 Describe the nature of economics, economic activities, and economic resources. 
    63 Describe the effects of competition on for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.  
    64 Compare different types of business ownership.
    65 Analyze the role of profit in private enterprise. 
    66 Identify the role of marketing information.
    67 Explain qualitative and quantitative market research methods. 
    68 Explain the role of ethics in marketing research. 
    69 Identify the role of product/service planning in marketing. 
    70 Describe types of product/service mix strategies. 
    71 Describe product/service life cycles. 
    72 Describe the importance of branding in marketing. 
    73 Explain the difference between brand name and brand.
    74 Explain the use of national and private brand names in marketing. 
    75 Explain the concept of channel management.
    76 Describe the channels of distribution. 
    77 Identify shipping and receiving processes.  
    78 Describe market identification and segmentation.
    79 Explain positioning and its relationship to target market.
    80 Determine the competition for a selected product or service.  
    81 Determine the product/services position relative to those of the competition. 
    82 Determine the target market of a selected product/service. 
    83 Determine the most effective channels to position the selected product/service. 
    84 Explain key factors in determining selling price. 
    85 Explain the differences between pricing a good and pricing a service.  
    86 Describe the relationship between supply and demand and its effects on price.
    87 Examine the concept of the promotional mix. 
    88 Determine the promotional mix for an existing product or service. 
    89 Describe the technology used to market goods and services. 
    90 Compare various types of promotional media. 
    91 Identify components of ads.
    92 Prepare an advertisement that encompasses knowledge of the marketing mix. 
    93 Explain the concept of visual merchandising.
    94 Explain advertising campaigns.
    95 Create a press release and related media materials.  
    96 Explain the concepts of push and pull as they apply to an existing product or service.   
    97 Describe ethical issues related to promotion.
    98 Identify the various types of selling and the tools used for each.  
    99 Explain the function of a planogram in selling merchandise.
    100 Explain the importance of customer service. 
    101 Describe how to receive and handle customer complaints and compliments.
    102 Explain customers' buying motives.  
    103 Demonstrate the selling process for a selected product or service. 
    104 Demonstrate how to process a sale.
    105 Explain the nature and types of business risk. 
    106 Describe methods for managing risk.
    107 Explain security issues related to business.
    108 Analyze personal interests, personality traits, and skills. 
    109 Research career opportunities in marketing. 
    110 Use various job search strategies. 
    111 Develop/update a resume 
    112 Develop a digital resume and portfolio.
    113 Describe the steps for posting an electronic resume.
    114 Update a cover letter.
    115 Complete a job application. 
    116 Complete an employment interview. 
    117 Complete follow-up to an employment interview.
    118 Describe networking skills for professional development. 
    119 Develop a personal marketing plan.
    120 Identify the purposes and types of employment tests and personality profiles. 
    121 Identify procedures to follow in resigning from a position.  
Last Modified on August 17, 2019