Level 2 Business Administration
Mon Sep 07 2020
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This study programme is designed to give you the knowledge, skills and understanding of the administration activities you need to progress to higher levels of study, onto an apprenticeship or into employment. The course is very practical and enables you to learn a lot about the key aspects of business administration.
What will I study?
Through a combination of classroom and practical sessions, you'll cover:
- Working in administration - the role and importance of an administrator in a business environment.
- Written business communication - how to communicate effectively in contexts that are relevant to workplace situations.
- Teamwork in administration - working effectively in teams to achieve set objectives.
- Financial transactions - administering a petty cash system and manage customer accounts.
- Handling diary systems - managing both an electronic and paper based diary system.
- Organise business travel and accommodation - administering business travel and accommodation arrangements for other people.
- Organise meetings - making arrangements to hold a meeting and support the effective running of that meeting.
- IT - improve your IT skills with bespoke teaching on Microsoft Word, Excel
A study programme is more than a qualification; it includes all the ingredients to make you the best you can be, to give you an edge in the jobs market and the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to move into further study. It is personal to you and is made up of a range of activity. The majority of time will be spent on the qualification and will be a mix of practical work and theory, all shaped around the technical skills and knowledge that employers are looking for. The rest of your time will be spent in English and maths, work experience, tutorials and reviews along with a range of other activities designed to boost your CV in some way.
You'll be part of an employer engagement scheme where you will work with employers from local businesses to help improve your skills further. The possibilities with this scheme are endless. Past students have been given real-life projects to work on, visited the employers at work and been given opportunities to showcase their work. This scheme, along with our tutorial programme, will help you become work ready as well as preparing you for the outside world with training on money management, help with job hunting, interviews and confidence building.
We want you to be job ready when you leave us and able to put what you have learned into practice in the workplace. Relevant and high quality work experience placements, employer mentoring, commercial and vocational projects will help you to do this and are an important part of your study programme. Plus make an impression on an employer and who knows where that could lead!
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This course is free to those aged under 19 years old.
Most people aged 19 years and over can qualify for free or reduced price course fees and there are grants and bursaries you can apply for to help cover the costs of coming to college, depending on your circumstances.
If you already have a full level 3 qualification and are aged 19 years over, you can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan or pay the fee upfront in full and qualify for a 10% discount.
You can get more information at our enrolment events, by calling 0191 490 2246 or email us at email@example.com
Whatever support you need, we’re here for you and will make sure you get the most out of your time at college.
We have expert teams in place to look after every single one of our students.
Our specialist teams can help with:
- Learning difficulties
- Physical and sensory disabilities
- Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Aspergers or other specific learning difficulties
- Mental health and well being
- Exam access arrangements
- Money, finance and bursary advice
- Careers advice, job and university applications