Business Administration - Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship (OCR)

B&FC

Course Overview

 The course duration is at least 12 months.

The learner has to undertake a total of 97 credits, made up as follows:

NVQ Diploma in Business Administration (NVQ) – 57 credits of which 18 credits are mandatory, these units are:

  • Communicate in a business environment
  • Resolve administrative problems
  • Manage the work of an administrative function
  • Manage personal and professional development

 

There are many optional units that meet your individual circumstances, these include:

  • Manage events
  • Prepare specifications for contracts
  • Manage information systems
  • Mange knowledge in an organisation
  • Recruitment, selection and induction practice
  • Conduct quality audits
  • Manage a project
  • Manage physical resources
  • Develop working relationships with stakeholders

 

Diploma in Business Administration – (Knowledge) 40 credits, mandatory units include:

  • Supporting business activities
  • Managing sustainability and risk
  • Communicating in business
  • Culture and ethics in a business environment
  • Business administration systems
  • Managing people and performance in a business environment
  • Managing business facilities

Course Entry Requirements

 Candidates seeking to undertake this apprenticeship must be able to demonstrate ability equivalent to or exceeding Level 2 in English and mathematics. This requirement may be met through the achievement of Level 2 functional skills, equivalent GCSEs, O Levels, A Levels or AS Levels

Entrants will come from a diverse range of backgrounds and will come with a range of experience, age, personal achievements and, in some cases, prior qualifications and awards which may count towards the achievement of an Apprenticeship programme. Examples include learners who have: significant experience in a business role, achieved a foundation or higher diploma, particularly the related diplomas in business, administration and finance, retail business, information technology or public services, achieved GCSEs or A Levels, achieved QCF awards, certificates or diplomas, completed a level 3 advanced apprenticeship from another sector

Study Options

Course Code: BN00004
Start Date: Anytime

Location of Study: Employers Premises

Career Options and Progression

Modules and Assessment

Expert Tutors

Terms and Conditions

Get in touch

B&FC

If you require any further information about this course please contact us on the following:

Call course enquiries

0330 024 1234

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CONTACT THE COLLEGE

Email

info@blackpool.ac.uk

Telephone

Course enquiries: 01253 504 343
General enquiries: 01253 352 352
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Ashfield Road
Bispham
Blackpool
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