Practical Vs Theory
This course has been designed to provide you with a broad introduction to the business sector and develop basic skills such as; communication, working with others, problem solving, managing information and self development. You will develop transferable skills and understanding through; organising a meeting, branding a product, creating a visual display, contributing to running an event, recording income and expenditure and presenting a business idea. Unit Information:Mandatory:
- Being Organised Developing a Personal Progression
- Plan Working with Others Researching a Topic
- Developing Digital Information Using Digital Communication
- Technologies Solving Technical IT Problems
- Creating a Spreadsheet to Solve Problems Creating a Website
- Developing a Computer Program
What Does The Programme Include
A variety of assessment methods will be used during your course including practical tasks, group work and the opportunity to take part in industry visits to support your course.
No formal qualifications are required, but an interview is necessary where you will display a desire to work in either the IT or computing sector.
How The Course Will Be Assessed
You will complete a series of assignments and course work such as presentations, practical, reports, leaflets and guidebooks.
On successful completion of this course, you can progress on to the Information and Creative Technology Certificate Level 2, or other Level 2 qualifications in Business, Creative Media, or Tourism and Tourism. You could also consider Business Administration, Customer Service, IT, and Retail Apprenticeships, or enter employment.