BTEC Diploma in Administration - Level 3 at Slough and Eton Church of England Business and Enterprise College
Working in administration offers a range of different types of roles across all industries and sectors, and every business needs administration in order to survive the competitive world. Usually the administrative role is situated in an office environment, either working as part of a larger team or for an individual. It always involves working with other people, as well as planning and organising work tasks after establishing requirements. The workplace environment needs to be organised in such a way as to meet organisational requirements for procedures as well as being conducive to safe and effective working.
This unit will enable learners to develop skills and knowledge of the types of systems and procedures in place within an organisation so that the work area is organised appropriately. Learners will understand the importance of supervising a regular review of systems and how to encourage users to comment on the effectiveness of administrative services.
The unit also covers how to use this information to evaluate services and identify benefits which could arise from change. Learners will see the importance of ensuring that systems and procedures are being correctly used and are meeting user requirements. They will also understand the importance of planning work to achieve the task and will develop skills and knowledge relating to planning tools and techniques.
Course Content and Assessment
The course consists of 10 mandatory units. All units are assessed by the college and moderated by the awarding body. An overall grade of Pass, Merit or Distinction is then awarded.
5 A* - C including English and Mathematics.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Slough and Eton Church of England Business and Enterprise College directly.