Business with IT NPA
Milton Road Campus
Qualification SCQF Level 6
Study mode Full time
Duration 20 weeks
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This 6-month course is designed to give you the skills and knowledge to study at level 7.
You will gain knowledge of a wide range of subjects within the Enterprise and Commerce department. You will study at Level 6 to prepare you for further studies and entry to our HNC/D 1 within Legal Services, Business, Finance, Administration, Marketing and Police studies.
You will develop skills and knowledge using a variety of IT packages and gain core skills in the subject areas to an advanced level.
The course is delivered using a blended learning model, consisting of in-class and/or online delivery. You should have access to a PC, desktop computer or tablet. PCs are available in the college for student use.
Your employer may be entitled to funding for this course.
What you will learn
- Understanding Business
- Management of People and Finance
- Web Apps: Spreadsheets
- Web Apps: Word Processing
- Marketing Skills
- Enterprise and Commerce
How the course is assessed
- Ongoing assessments throughout the course
Number of days per week
- 3 days per week
- A minimum of 4 passes National 5 at C or above including English/Communication and Maths/Numeracy at level 5 or equivalent
- Or successful completion of a relevant SCQF level 5 course
- Or successful completion of the current level 5 course
- Applications will be assessed on an individual basis
English Proficiency RequirementsIELTS 5.5
Progression and Articulation Routes
- HNC Accounting Next Generation
- HNC Administration
- HND Business
- HNC Finance
- HNC Legal Services
- HND Marketing year 1
- HNC Police Studies
Sectors such as:
- Administration and IT
- Legal services
- Human resource management
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|Milton Road Campus||Full time||23/01/23||20 Weeks|
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