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BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration QCF [601/3406/9]

Course Summary
Price From £899
Payment Options Pay by Credit/Debit card/Bank transfer/0% Finance
Study method Online/Work Based
Duration 3 months to 12 months
Qualification BTEC Level 3  Diploma
Awarded by Pearson (Edexcel)
Additional Info Tutor support during normal business hours

 

What does the course consist of?

There are mandatory knowledge and competence units

Structure:

 

Group A – Mandatory Units 

  • Y/506/1910 – Communicate in a business environment (4 Credits)
  • T/506/2952 – Manage personal and professional development ( 3 credits)
  • R/506/1940 – Principles of business communication and information (4 credits)
  • Y/506/1941 – Principles of administration (6 credits)
  • D/506/1942 – Principles of business (10 credits)

Group B – Optional Competence Group Units 

A minimum of 13 credits to be chosen

  • D/506/1911 – Contribute to the improvement of business performance (6 credits)
  • H/506/1912 – Negotiate in a business environment (4 credits)
  • K/506/1913 – Develop a presentation (3 credits)
  • M/506/1914 – Deliver a presentation (3 credits)
  • T/506/1915 – Create bespoke business documents (4 credits)
  • A/506/1916 – Contribute to the development and implementation of an information system (6 credits)
  • F/506/1917 – Monitor information systems (8 credits)
  • J/506/1918 – Evaluate the provision of business travel or accommodation (5 credits)
  • L/506/1919 – Provide administrative support in schools (5 credits)
  • F/506/1920 – Administer parking and traffic challenges, representations and civil parking appeals (5 credits)
  • R/506/1923 – Administer statutory parking and traffic appeals (6 credits)
  • T/506/1932 – Administer parking and traffic debt recovery (5 credits)
  • J/506/1935 – Administer legal files (5 credits)
  • L/506/1936 – Build legal case files (5 credits)
  • Y/506/1938 – Manage legal case files (5 credits)
  • K/506/1944 – Manage an office facility (4 credits)
  • M/506/1945 – Analyse and present business data (6 credits)
  • Y/506/1809 – Produce business documents (3 credits)
  • R/506/1811 – Store and retrieve information (4 credits)
  • Y/506/1812 – Produce minutes of meetings (3 credits)
  • D/506/1813 – Handle mail (3 credits)
  • M/506/1816 – Prepare text from shorthand (6 credits)
  • T/506/1817 – Prepare text from recorded audio instruction (4 credits)
  • Y/506/2295 – Maintain and issue stationery and supplies (3 credits)
  • L/506/1869 – Contribute to the organisation of an event (3 credits)
  • D/506/1875 – Organise business travel or accommodation (4 credits)
  • H/506/1876 – Provide administrative support for meetings (4 credits)
  • T/506/1879 – Administer human resource records (3 credits)
  • A/506/1883 – Administer the recruitment and selection process (3 credits)
  • R/506/1887 – Administer parking dispensations (3 credits)
  • R/506/1890 – Administer finance (4 credits)
  • M/506/1895 – Buddy a colleague to develop their skills (3 credits)
  • L/506/1905 – Employee rights and responsibilities (2 credits)
  • R/506/1954 – Support environmental sustainability in a business environment (4 credit)
  • D/506/1956 – Resolve administrative problems (6 credits)
  • H/506/1957 – Prepare specifications for contracts (4 credits)
  • K/506/1815 – Prepare text from notes using touch typing ( 4 credits)

Group C – Optional Units

A minimum of 10 credits must be chosen

  • T/506/1820 – Promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace ( 3 credits)
  • A/506/1821 – Manage Team Performance (4 credits)
  • J/506/1921 – Manage Individuals’ Performance (4 credits)
  • L/506/1922 – Manage Individuals’ Development in the Workplace ( 3 credits)
  • Y/506/1924 – Chair and Lead Meetings( 3 credits)
  • J/506/2292 – Encourage Innovation (4 credits)
  • M/506/1928 – Procure Products and/or Services(5 credits)
  • T/506/1929 – Implement Change(5 credits)
  • K/506/1930 – Implement and Maintain Business Continuity Plans and Processes(4 credits)
  • F/506/1934 – Participate in a Project ( 3 credits)
  • J/506/1949 – Develop and Maintain Professional Networks (L4)( 3 credits)
  • Y/506/1955 – Develop and Implement an Operational Plan (L4)( 5 credits)
  • K/506/1989 – Manage Physical Resources (L4)(4 credits)
  • K/506/1992 – Prepare for and Support Quality Audits (L4)( 3 credits)
  • A/506/1995 – Manage a Budget (L4)(4 credits)
  • R/506/1999 – Manage a Project (L4)(7 credits)
  • L/506/2004 – Manage Business Risk (L4)(6 credits)
  • R/506/2909 – Recruitment, Selection and Induction Practice (L4)(6 credits)
  • L/506/2150 – Organise and Deliver Customer Service(5 credits)
  • R/506/2151 – Resolve Customers’ Complaints(4 credits)
  • T/502/4301 – Using Email( 3 credits)
  • Y/502/4629 – Word Processing Software(6 credits)
  • Y/502/4632 – Website Software(5 credits)
  • J/502/4626 – Spreadsheet Software(6 credits)
  • T/502/4623 – Presentation Software(6 credits)
  • J/502/4397 –  Bespoke Software(4 credits)
  • T/502/4556 – Database Software(6 credits)

Group D

Maximum of 8 credits

  • F/506/2596 – Principles of Leadership and Management (8 Credits)
  • K/502/9933 – Principles of Market Research (5 Credits)
  • T/502/9935 – Principles of Marketing and Evaluation (7 Credits)
  • F/502/9937 – Principles of Digital Marketing and Research (7 Credits)
  • J/502/9938 – Principles of Marketing Stakeholder Relationships (3 Credits)
  • Y/506/2152 – Understand the Customer Service Environment (5 Credits)
  • D/506/1939 – Understand the Legal Context of Business (6 Credits)
  • R/503/9324 – Principles of Social Media within a Business (6 Credits)

All units are delivered via our Learning Management System online, so is available 24/7. Assessment is through our e-portfolio, which is where you upload your evidence to. We have a wealth of experience within the team to support you through your studies.

Who is the Course aimed at?

This course is ideal if you are unable to attend a college or university, due to work or family commitments. If you are looking to further your career or you need the qualifications for a promotion or career change, this course deals with materials around business and administration,

What are the entry requirements?

Working in Administration

3 GCSE’s, English, Maths and IT ideally.

Non-native English speakers and those students who have not had their final two years of schooling in English will need to demonstrate one of the following upon entry:

  • Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) B2
  • IELTS 5.5 (including 5.5 for reading and writing)
  • PTE 51
  • or equivalent,
Who is this Course for?

For those working as administrators, who would like to take the next step, or those who would like a career change.

How much does it cost?

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