Course Duration
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Location
Cauldon Campus
Course Cost
£ -
Do I have to pay this fee? These courses receive government funding, and some learners will be eligible for FREE tuition if they meet specific criteria. Some L code courses at Level 3 to 6 may also have an Advanced Learning Loan available for learners aged 19 and over.
Course Code
PL1859
Start Date
13/09/2021
Start Time
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Day
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Course Summary

Course starting Monday 14th June 2021
The administration team in any company will play a vital part in the smooth running of the day to day business. Administration skills are always in demand no matter what type of business, whether large or small. The term administration covers numerous tasks and a great number of them will be covered on the course. Together with the skills gained on the business administration side we will also equip students with knowledge and skills to gain work in customer service environments & call centres.
* Data Protection & Confidentiality
* Communication in a Business Environment
* How to run Effective Meetings
* Note Taking
* Solve Business Problems
* Minute Taking
* Word Processing
* Spreadsheets
Assessed via Portfolio
Discussion, group work, reports, & presentation

Course Requirements

Entry Requirements

At assessment Level 1 literacy must be reached to access this level 2 course.
Strong computer skills are also required for this course.

How Is It Assessed

Through course work over the 4 weeks

How Is It Taught

In class with experienced tutor. There is a lot of IT within the course and candidates need to have strong computer skills.

What Could I do Next

You could move into administration of backroom support roles, progress to higher administration qualifications or even be in a position to complete an access course.

What Else Do I Need To Know

This is a short 4 week course to provide customers with the tools and qualifications to enter administration work. This is also often run as a job centre plus academy where a guaranteed interview could also be offered on course completion.

Entry Requirements

At assessment Level 1 literacy must be reached to access this level 2 course.
Strong computer skills are also required for this course.

How Is It Assessed

Through course work over the 4 weeks

How Is It Taught

In class with experienced tutor. There is a lot of IT within the course and candidates need to have strong computer skills.

What Could I do Next

You could move into administration of backroom support roles, progress to higher administration qualifications or even be in a position to complete an access course.

What Else Do I Need To Know

This is a short 4 week course to provide customers with the tools and qualifications to enter administration work. This is also often run as a job centre plus academy where a guaranteed interview could also be offered on course completion.

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