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Advanced Apprenticeship Business Administration - Business Administration route at Stoke on Trent College

Course description

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration is a high quality training programme designed to help you to become as efficient and effective as possible in your career and gain a nationally recognised Diploma relating to your work. The course involves workplace learning and you must be employed. Functional skills may apply to strengthen English, maths and ICT skills.

Course content

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration is a high quality training programme designed to help you to become as efficient and effective as possible in your career and gain a nationally recognised Diploma relating to your work. The course involves workplace learning and you must be employed. Functional skills may apply to strengthen English, maths and ICT skills.

Entry requirements

Candidates must be 16 years of age or over on entry with 3 GCSEs grade C or above. To enter this programme you will need to show enthusiasum, commitment and interest in the subject area or have attained a relevant NVQ/Diploma Level 2. You will need to be employed in the industry.

Assessment

Assessment of competence requiring a combination of performance evidence and knowledge evidence gathered over time using a variety of methods.

Future opportunities

Diploma in Business Administration Level 4, Higher Education and improved career options.

Further information

Ideally you should be in a position of responsibility to cover the requirements for the advanced apprenticeship. The Diploma in Business Administration is the main qualification and this involves building a portfolio of evidence, work based evidence assignments and external exams. Functional skills are delivered through online BKSB resources and assessed by external exams. The Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration covers a wide range of units and the responsibilities you carry out at work will determine those you will cover. Examples of areas involved are:CommunicationsManage personal and professional developmentContribute to business performanceDevelop a presentationChair and lead meetingsNegotiate in businessManage team performancesSpreadsheets Level 3To apply for this course you must complete an application form. You will then be invited to attend the initial assessment and an informal interview.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Stoke on Trent College directly.

Last updated date: 21 January 2016
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