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Business - BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma at Chichester College

Course description

This course provides the opportunity to study a wide range of business units and achieve a nationally recognised, vocationally relevant qualification. As well as the study of general business units, there will be the option to specialise in administration, finance, human resources, management or marketing. Students will develop their Functional Skills, undertake work placement and have the opportunity to participate in visits, residential and vocational projects with local employers.

Course content

This is the second year of this two year qualification, including such units as: Team Development, Managing a Business Event and Starting a Small Business. 

Entry requirements

5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including Maths and English, or completion of a Level 2 Diploma in Business at merit level plus English and Maths GCSE Grade C and above or equivalent. Successful completion of year one.


You will be assessed by completing a range of assignments for each unit. These involve written assessments, presentations and roleplays which will allow you to practice key business skills in the process. 

Financial information

For all fee details please refer to the Chichester College website

Future opportunities

This diploma is designed to equip individuals with the skills required for
a range of roles within business. Successful completion of year one
allows for potential progression to Higher Education, an apprenticeship
or future employment.

Further information

Teaching will allow learners to receive in-class delivery as well as
using ICT to produce assignment work.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.

Last updated date: 18 March 2016
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