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An introduction to the law
An introduction to the law

Duration: 06:04

Interviews and information about the law and the role of the Citizens Advice Bureau.

 
Balance your budget
Balance your budget

Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps a student take charge of her finances, draw up a budget and reduce her spending.

 
Bargain hunting
Bargain hunting

Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps two students make the most of their spending by shopping around for the best unit prices.

 
Buying and selling online
Buying and selling online

Duration: 07:06

Buying and selling online can lead to bargains and big money, but it can also lead to disappointment. We learn what to look out for when buying and selling online.

 
Careers - finding a training course
Careers - finding a training course

Duration: 06:17

Information about how to find a training course and what to expect.

 
Careers - NVQ in catering
Careers - NVQ in catering

Duration: 06:33

Information about NVQs including interviews with students and course providers for NVQ Level 2 in catering.

 
Careers - NVQ in sports and recreation
Careers - NVQ in sports and recreation

Duration: 06:06

An interview with a teenager working on an NVQ Level 1 through a training project in Belfast.

 
Dealing with customers and prioritising work
Dealing with customers and prioritising work

Duration: 05:22

Information on how to deal with customers at work, and how to prioritise work load to achieve a good work-life balance.

 
Debt - how much is too much?
Debt - how much is too much?

Duration: 04:58

A report about the problems of personal and national debt. Unemployment, the recession and the credit crunch are discussed.

 
Developing a computer game
Developing a computer game

Duration: 05:52

Advances in technology have made it possible for anyone to design a computer game. We meet Max and Josh, two young brothers who develop online games in their front room.

 
Earning money at work
Earning money at work

Duration: 02:59

Employees discuss the importance of earning money at work, including low pay on training schemes.

 
Is it too easy to get a loan?
Is it too easy to get a loan?

Duration: 02:03

BBC Business Editor Robert Peston meets 18-year-old Connor Buxton and his grandad to learn how attitudes to borrowing have changed.

 
Money tips for young parents
Money tips for young parents

Duration: 00:57

Cacherra talks about how to make the most of your budget when you become a parent and suddenly pennies have to stretch that much further!

 
Rap about the pros and cons of debt
Rap about the pros and cons of debt

Duration: 02:30

Using the scenario of a rap battle, two young people debate the pros and cons of taking on debt.

 
Running an online business
Running an online business

Duration: 07:06

A nationwide survey has revealed that a growing number of teenagers are running successful online businesses. We meet Jonathan, an 18-year-old entrepreneur who's setting up his third online business.

 
Saving your cash
Saving your cash

Adina Campbell investigates savings and the benefits of compound interest, and demonstrates how even small, regular saving can make a big difference in the long term.

 
Taking credit
Taking credit

Adina Campbell investigates loans and credit, comparing interest rates and overall costs of bank loans, credit cards and pay day loans.

 
Teenage pressures - debt
Teenage pressures - debt

Duration: 03:41

TV personalities talk about their experiences of and views on finance, debt and spending.

 
The debt spiral
The debt spiral

Adina Campbell investigates debt and meets 21-year-old Karen who ran up a large debt after taking out a store card.

 
The law - consumer rights
The law - consumer rights

Duration: 04:11

An introduction to consumer rights. Julie explains the difficulties she had in obtaining a refund after purchasing faulty goods.

 
The law - employment rights (pt 1/2)
The law - employment rights (pt 1/2)

Duration: 04:15

Christopher explains his legal battle to be treated fairly under the law after being sacked from a paper round.

 
The law - employment rights (pt 2/2)
The law - employment rights (pt 2/2)

Duration: 04:35

Christopher explains his legal battle to be treated fairly under the law after being sacked from a paper round. The legal aspects of Christopher's appeal against unfair dismissal are explained.

 
The law and young people
The law and young people

Duration: 01:26

A description of the laws which affect young people, including age limits and restrictions.

 
The right attitude at work
The right attitude at work

Duration: 04:14

Employers and employees explain why the right attitude to work is necessary.

 
The world of work
The world of work

Duration: 05:46

Young people in a variety of jobs describe their first experiences of work. They discuss their daily routine and how it is different from being in education.

 
Working at the BBC
Working at the BBC

Duration: 03:43

Two BBC employees talk about their jobs. An employee of Radio Belfast and a catering manager explain their different roles and the importance of teamwork.

 

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