T Level in Management and Administration: Management & Leadership
|Mode of study||T Levels|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||2 September 2024|
|Course code||FLR3TML (2426)|
Who is it for?
The management and administration T Level launches you into the business world exploring theories of business practices, behaviours, organisational cultures, and values that will support you in your career.
The T Level in Business Management and Administration is made up of two components. In year one you will complete the mandatory core component and in year 2 you will study an occupational specialism in Management and Leadership.
A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including English and maths, or a BTEC Level 2 Diploma plus GCSEs or Functional Skills at Level 2 in English and maths.
What does the course involve?
In classroom sessions and a carefully chosen industry placement, you build the core knowledge and skills you need to step seamlessly into management and team leading. In the two-year management administration route, you develop your understanding of governance and how organisations can support and affect society and the environment.
Classroom theory supports your 315 hours of industry placement, where you see it applied in real-life business situations as you learn how to support and improve projects in private and public organisations. You will take part in activities that help you to develop your personal skills, such as building your character and confidence. This will help you to live well and move into your chosen career.
The course will cover the following topics:
• Business Context
• Quality and Compliance
• Policies and Procedures
• Project & Change Management
• Business Behaviours
How is the course assessed?
Varied assessment methods will be used including:
• Group work
• Portfolio of evidence
• Observation of activity
• Scenario projects
• External assessments
• Employer set project
Once you complete your Management and Administration T Level, there are several options that are available to you. These include moving into full-time employment, an apprenticeship or higher education.
What do I do next?
You can apply online via the APPLY NOW button and then add an additional two or three subjects to make up your academic programme. You can also apply for a second, alternative vocational programme of study via a separate application. If after reading this factsheet, you are still undecided about the course most suitable for you, please drop in to one of our Open Evenings, ring Admissions on 01743 260401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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