What courses can I do after this?
The qualification is intended to carry UCAS points and is recognised by HE providers as contributing to the admission requirements to many relevant courses.
What jobs can I get?
Bournemouth and Poole College is affiliated with many professional bodies in the area of Business, Finance and Administration. The skills and knowledge you will develop on this course are designed to meet the current demands of industry and commerce, and you will find that many of the skills are transferable and will have currency in a wide range of careers from Retail to Finance, Marketing, Events Management, Sales and Customer Service roles.
To do this course you should have...
At least five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above all from the core subjects including Grade 4 in English and Maths.
What about work experience?
All students will be expected to take part in mandatory 45 day work experience during their study programme with us.
|Costs 19-23 (with concessions)
|Costs 19+ (no concessions)
* Please note fees are subject to change.
The qualification will help you gain an understanding of the Management and Administration sector and you will cover topics such as: Business Context, People, Quality Compliance, Project, and Change Management.
As well as a robust work experience element of the course each student will have the choice of studying one stand alone Occupational Specialism Pathways as listed below.
ï‚· Business Improvement
ï‚· Team Leadership/Management
ï‚· Business Support
Employer-Set Project introduction
The Employer-Set Project is an assessment made up of a number of tasks which will assess the knowledge and skills you have learnt as part of the ‘Core’ element of your T Level. Each project is developed together with employers in the industry to reflect realistic types of developments, activities and challenges.
The Employer-Set Project is a formal assessment that you will be marked and graded on. You will be marked on the quality and accuracy of the written work you produce. It is therefore important that you carry out your work to the highest standard you can.
How well you know and understand the subject, and how you have used your knowledge to complete the project must be clear to the marker. This means you should explain your thinking and how/why you have made your decisions within your written work e.g. as part of your planning, reflections, or evaluations.