Course Code: DSJ
Subject area: Business, Management & HR
Awarding body: OCR
Course type: Part-time
Time of Day: Daytime
Duration: Flexible starts and completion dates
When you'll study: Learning will be delivered and assessed in the workplace
This Level 2 Diploma in Business Administration allows you to develop and expand your skills in the sector whilst achieving a nationally recognised qualification that is valued by employers. This qualification will give you the opportunity to prepare for a career in business administation or management by increasing your understanding and competence in the workplace. The course is a valuable contribution to your continued professional development and is must for those looking to take the business world by storm!
This qualification consists of the following mandatory units:
- communicating in a business environment
- principles of providing administrative services
- principles of business document production and information management
- manage personal performance and development
- understand employer organisations
- develop working relationships with colleagues.
You will also have the opportunity to select additional units from a wide range of subject areas specific to your job role, for example:
- produce business documents
- manage diary systems
- collate and report data
- store and retrieve information.
There are no formal entry requirements, although you must be employed in an administration role and permission for work-based assessments from your employer.
There are no formal exams – all work is assessed on an ongoing basis throughout the programme, using a variety of assessment methods such as: observations, product evidence, witness testimonies, case histories, personal statements, professional discussions and written and verbal questions.
On successful completion of this course, you can look to advance in your current role or seek new employment. You may also wish to progress onto further study such as the Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration.
Fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2018/19 (August 2018 – July 2019). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2019/20.