|Level 3 T Level Business Management and Administration|
|Entry Requirements:||5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including Mathematics and English, or a Level 2 equivalent in this area and GCSE Mathematics and English at grade 4 or above.|
|Start Date:||Sep 2022|
The T Level is a ground-breaking two-year Level 3 study programme that will offer students a mixture of classroom-based learning and on-the-job experience. A Vocational alternative to A Levels and Apprenticeships, the T Level has been launched as part of the Government’s review of Vocational education, under the Skills Plan. The purpose of the Level 3 Technical qualification in Business and Administration is to ensure that students have the knowledge and skills needed to progress into highly skilled employment, an Apprenticeship or higher-level study.
What will I learn?
What will I learn?
· Business Context
· Human Resources
· Quality and Compliance
· Policies and Procedures
· Project and Change Management
· Business Behaviours
As a part of the course you will also complete an employer-set project. The employer-set project ensures students have the opportunity to combine core knowledge and skills to develop a substantial piece of work in response to an employer-set brief. The employer-set project forms part of the Technical Qualification and is a separate part of the T Level programme to the Industry Placement.
In Year 1, you will study Management and Administration, which will involve an external examination and an employer-set project. You will learn a whole host of knowledge applicable to this field. All of the learning will
be applicable to the external exam, the employer-set project and the industrial placement you will partake in with a local employer.
When you enter Year 2 of the course you will focus on Team Leadership/Management and learn a range of knowledge and skills required to enter employment in that occupational specialism. English, Maths and digital competence will be integrated where relevant.
How will the course be assessed?
T Level students spend 80% of the course in the classroom, learning the skills that employers need. The other 20% is an industry placement, where students put these skills into action.