The Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration has been designed for learners’ to demonstrate a practiced set of skills when carrying out business administrative operations including the introduction of developing and managing administrative systems, processes and functions. It develops learners’ understanding of the principles that underpin working in a business administrative environment including the principles of business, covering the broader, cross-organisation processes that an administrator will need to understand.
It is aimed also people who already have experience of office-based skills and wish to specialise in business and administration functions; perhaps in, or preparing for a line management role. Learners can choose from a bank of optional units which show their ability to negotiate, supervise, manage and contribute to the running of an office.
This qualification is designed to reflect the work of administration staff across a wide range of industries and types of organisations and is for those who are working with a high degree of autonomy and personal responsibility.
Learners will complete mandatory units in communicate in a business environment, manage personal and professional development, principles of business, principles of administration and principles of business communication and information. Learners will then choose from a range of more specialised business administrative and sector contextualised units that align to the duties of their role including contribute to the improvement of business performance, deliver a presentation, manage an office facility, monitor information systems, participate in a project, manage individuals’ development in the workplace, principles of leadership and management and chair and lead meetings.
Course Length: 3 – 6 months;
Start dates: January April, July, September;