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Who is this course aimed at?
This comprehensive course equips students with the relevant up-to-date knowledge and skills needed to succeed within today’s contemporary business environment.
What entry requirements will I need?
Two Highers (including English), or NC Administration & Information Technology including Communications & IT at Intermediate 2 level. It may also be possible to obtain entry to the course on achievement of an SVQ Level 2 or 3 in Administration. Life skills and relevant business or industrial experience may also allow entry to the course, subject to availability. References may be followed up and all applicants will be invited to attend an interview.
How and where will I study?
This course can be undertaken in Arbroath, Forfar or Montrose (subject to satisfactory numbers).
If you wish to apply for Arbroath or Montrose please click back and select the correct centre.
What will I study on this course?
SCQF Level 7
Students are introduced to Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Database and PowerPoint. The Office Administration module encourages active evaluation of business communications and an insight in to underpinning legal aspects of the office/business environment. To assist report writing skills there is a Communication unit and a Personal Development Planning unit to prepare students for academic/employment progression.
Optional units may include (subject to numbers) Creating a Culture of Customer Care, SAGE, Payroll, Leadership at Work, Managing and Working with People, Medical Terminology for Administration Staff and Hospital Patient Administration. These options are by no means exhaustive and are available to Year 1 and Year 2 students maximising the range of options you can study over 1/2 years.
Job and progression routes?
A range of administrative jobs will be open to you with this qualification.
Progression to HND Administration & Information Technology Year 2, if available. It may be possible to progress to Year 2/3 at university through the articulation arrangements which are in place with several Scottish universities.