Course Details

Level 3 Diploma in Business and Administration  (120 Credit/ 60 Credit/ 30 Credit) (EQF)

Level 3 Diploma in Business and Administration  (120 Credit/ 60 Credit/ 30 Credit) (EQF) Image

Level 3 Diploma in Business and Administration  (120 Credit/ 60 Credit/ 30 Credit) (EQF)

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Overview:

This course is designed for students who wish to gain an understanding of the principles and practice of Management. Aimed at students new to management or those with management experience looking to gain recognised certification to prove their skills.

Learn how to:

  • Define managers role
  • Describe techniques for managing resources
  • List the legal requirements for recruiting staff
  • Describe techniques for retaining and parting with staff
  • Monitor and review staff performance
  • Apply good practice in developing staff
  • Define equal opportunities legislation requirements
  • Apply good practice  in disciplining staff
  • Understand techniques for managing time
  • Use methods of dealing with stress and crisis

GLH: 1200 Hours

Duration:  Flexible

Credit Value:  Maximum 120 Credits

Qualification Specification: 

EXL3434: The Business Environment 

EXL3507: Business Resources

EXL3519: Introduction to Marketing

EXL3533: Business Communication

EXL3568: Business Accounting 

EXL3644: Internet Marketing in Business

EXL3708: Human Resource Management in Business

EXL3744: Managing Business Information 

EXL3747: The Impact of ICT on Business

EXL3894: Relationship Marketing 

EXL3821: Creative Product Promotion

EXL3597: Developing Teams in Business 

Admission Criteria

Appropriate entry requirements to the level of study are in place to ensure that applicants who have the likelihood of completing the programme are accepted.

Students looking to enrol onto this course should meet the following criteria:

  • Be aged 16 Years or above
  • English literacy skills assessed at B1
  • Level 2 Certificate in Business Management or equivalent qualification from an accredited and approved awarding organisation. 

Assessment:

All units will be internally assessed through assignment brief, professional discussion, reflective account, and other relevant evidences. Student will need to show that they meet each of the assessment criteria detailed within each unit, to the required standard for the level of the unit.