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                   Diploma in Business Management - Level 4
The Business Management programme now has specialist
pathways built within it. Students can choose to study one of
the following three pathways:

   1. Business Management
   2. Business Management – Financial Management Pathway
   3. Business Management – Management of Information
Systems Pathway

Most of the syllabuses within these Pathways are common
units. The specialist Pathway units have been labelled as such
below.


Three Compulsory Units:

   · Introduction to Business
   · Introduction to Business Communication
   · Introduction to Quantitative Methods

Plus One Optional Unit from:

    · Introduction to Accounting (Business Management
Pathway)
    · Accounting for Financial Managers (Financial
Management Pathway)
    · Introduction to Management Information Systems
(Management of Information Systems Pathway)

Entry requirements

Open entry, but you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0
minimum) and mathematics
                   Diploma in Business Management - Level 5
The Business Management programme now has specialist
pathways built within it. Students can choose to study one of
the following three pathways:

  1. Business Management
  2. Business Management – Financial Management Pathway
  3. Business Management – Management of Information
      Systems Pathway

Most of the syllabuses within these Pathways are common
units. The specialist Pathway units have been labelled as such
below

Six Compulsory Units:

  ·   Financial Accounting
  ·   Human Resource Management
  ·   Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication
  ·   Organisational Behaviour
  ·   Quantitative Methods for Business Management
  ·   The Business Environment

Plus Two Optional Units from :

   · Managing the Customer Relationship (Business
Management Pathway)
   · Economics for Business (Business Management Pathway)
   · Principles of Business Law (Business Management
Pathway)
   · Managerial Accounting (Business Management and
Financial Management Pathways)
   · Systems Management and Internal Financial Controls
(Financial Management Pathway)
   · Information Systems Applications for Business
(Management of Information Systems Pathway)
   · Information Systems Development (Management of
Information Systems Pathway )

      Entry requirements

      One of the following:
          Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
          Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
          2 years’ relevant work experience
          And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0
             minimum) and Mathematics
                   Diploma in Business Management - Level 6
The Business Management programme now has specialist
pathways built within it. Students can choose to study one of
the following three pathways:

  1. Business Management
  2. Business Management – Financial Management Pathway
  3. Business Management – Management of Information
Systems Pathway

Most of the syllabuses within these Pathways are common
units. The specialist Pathway units have been labelled as such
below


Three Compulsory Units:

   · Corporate Strategy and Planning
   · International Business Case Study
   · Managing in Organisations

Plus Two Optional Units from :

   · Strategic Human Resource Management (Business
Management Pathway)
    · Strategic Marketing Management (Business Management
Pathway)
    · Project Management (Business Management and
Management of Information Systems Pathways)
    · Corporate Finance (Business Management and Financial
Management Pathways)
    · International Business Finance and Planning (Financial
Management Pathway)
    · Information Systems for Strategic Management
(Management of Information Systems Pathway)


Entry requirements

One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 5 Diploma or equivalent qualification
    A degree or equivalent
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0
       minimum) and Mathematics
                      PostgraduateDiploma in Business Management - Level 7

The qualification provides a route for students to gain advanced entry to
a Masters degree at UK universities.

The Level 7 Diploma in Business Management (QCF) has been
developed by senior university professors, utilising current academic
learning and research, as well as employer knowledge and practice. It is
therefore an ideal progression route for those who:

       are currently studying professional qualifications and wish to
        proceed to a Masters degree in business/management
       have a related Honours degree but wish to proceed to a Masters
        level business/management qualification
       are in employment, at managerial level, and wish to achieve a
        Masters level qualification

Units are all compulsory

       Strategic Business Management and Planning
       Management of Financial Resources and Performance
       Leadership, Change and People Performance
       Corporate Strategy, Governance and Ethics in the
        Global Environment
       Research Methods and their Application to Marketing

Assessment

The Strategic Business Management and Planning unit is
assessed by examination. The other four units are assessed by
assignment.

Entry requirements

One of the following:
    ABE level 6 Diploma
    Degree in related subject area
    Other internationally recognised relevant qualification at
       Level 6
    Five years’ relevant senior management experience
    And English at IELTS 6.0
                   Human Resource Management
The effective management of an organisation’s human
resources is now recognised as a critical component in the
success of public and private enterprises. Irrespective of size,
the presence of well-trained and highly motivated staff will
enable organisations to meet the fresh challenges that come
from the rapidly changing business environment. The
recognition of the importance of human resource management
has led to a demand for trained and qualified HR professionals
and to the development of a career structure rising to the
highest levels across industry sectors. Currently, demand for
trained and qualified HR professionals is outstripping supply.

ABE has developed a QCA accredited programme in Human
Resource Management (HRM), leading to awards at Diploma
Levels 4, 5 and 6. The programme introduces students to the
academic disciplines that underlie the effective management of
the human resource, and proceeds to explore the theory,
practice and strategy of human resource management.

Students who complete the ABE programme will find their HRM
skills and their own marketability within the workplace
enhanced. They will also be well prepared for further study and
university degrees.




Diploma - Level 4


Four compulsory units

      Introduction to Business
      Managing People
      Personnel Administration
      Introduction to Business Communication

Entry requirements

      Open entry, but you must be competent in English
       (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
                  Human Resource Management
Higher Diploma - Level 5

Six compulsory units
      The Business Environment
      Human Resource Management
      Organisational Behaviour
      Human Resource Development
      People Planning and Resourcing
      Employment Relations


Two optional units from the choices below
      Principles of Business Law
      Quantitative Methods for Business Management
      Managing the Customer Relationship
      Personnel Information Systems


Entry requirements
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0
       minimum) and Mathematics

Graduate Diploma - Level 6

Threecompulsory units
    Strategic Human Resource Management
    Managing Organisational Change and Development
    Performance Management and Reward

Two Optional units from the choices below
      Corporate Strategy and Planning
      Managing in Organisations
      Project Management

Entry requirements
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 5 Diploma or equivalent qualification
    A degree or equivalent
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS
       5.0minimum) and Mathematics
                  Human Resource Management
Extended Diploma - Level 6

Ninecompulsory units

      The Business Environment
      Human Resource Management
      Organisational Behaviour
      Human Resource Development
      People Planning and Resourcing
      Employment Relations
      Strategic Human Resource Management
      Managing Organisational Change and Development
      Performance Management and Reward

Two Optional units from the choices below

      Principles of Business Law
      Quantitative Methods for Business Management
      Managing the Customer Relationship
      Personnel Information Systems

(and two units from)
      Corporate Strategy and Planning
      Managing in Organisations
      Project Management

Entry requirements

One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
                    Marketing Management
Marketing is an important function that brings companies and
clients closer to each other.

ABE has developed a QCA accredited programme in marketing
management, leading to awards at Diploma Levels 4, 5 and 6.

The programme introduces students to the crucial role that
marketing plays in business development. Holders of our
Marketing Management qualifications will have a good
knowledge and understanding of the key principles of
marketing and will be able to relate this to the workplace.

Diploma - Level 4

Four compulsory units
      Introduction   to   Business
      Introduction   to   Marketing
      Introduction   to   Quantitative Methods
      Introduction   to   Business Communication


Entry requirements
      Open entry, but you must be competent in English
       (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics



Higher Diploma - Level 5

Six compulsory units
      Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication
      The Business Environment
      Organisational Behaviour
      Managing the Customer Relationship
      Principles of Marketing
      Marketing Information Systems
                  Marketing Management - Level 4
Two optional units from the choice below
      Principles of Business Law
      Quantitative Methods for Business Management
      Sales Management
      Economics for Business


Entry requirements
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics

Graduate Diploma - Level 6

Four Compulsory units
      International Marketing
      Contemporary Issues in Marketing
      Integrated Marketing Communications
      Strategic Marketing Management


One Optional unit from the choice below
      Corporate Strategy and Planning
      Project Management


Entry requirements
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 5 Diploma or equivalent qualification
    A degree or equivalent
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
Extended Diploma - Level 6

Ten Compulsory units

      The Business Environment
      Organisational Behaviour
      Managing the Customer Relationship
      Principles of Marketing
      Marketing Information Systems
      International Marketing
      Contemporary Issues in Marketing
      Integrated Marketing Communications
      Strategic Marketing Management
      Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication


Two Optional units from the choice below

      Principles of Business Law
      Quantitative Methods for Business Management
      Sales Management
      Economics for Business

(and one unit from)

      Corporate Strategy and Planning
      Project Management

Entry requirements

One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Management

Tourism is the world’s largest industry with revenues of over $500 billion. Our Travel, Tourism
and Hospitality Management qualification is QCA accredited and links business principles with
sector expertise.
ABE has developed a programme in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management (TTHM),
leading to awards at Diploma Levels 4, 5 and 6. The revised programme introduces students to
the principles and practice of modern tourism and explores issues such as ecotourism and
sustainable tourism.
Students holding this qualification will be confident in applying key business and management
concepts to this growing sector



Diploma - Level 4

Four Compulsory units
- Introduction to Business
- Introduction to Marketing
- Introduction to Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
- Introduction to Business Communication

Entry requirements:
    Open entry, but you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and
       Mathematics




Higher Diploma - Level 5

Six compulsory units
- The Business Environment
- Organisational Behaviour
- Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
- IT in Hospitality and Tourism Operations
- Managing the Customer Relationship
- Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations Management

Two optional units from the choice below
- Principles of Business Law
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication
- Sales Management

Entry requirements:
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
Graduate Diploma - Level 6

Three compulsory units
- Strategic Hospitality Management
- International Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
- Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development

Two optional units from the choice below
- Strategic Marketing Management
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Project Management

Entry requirements:
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 5 Diploma or equivalent qualification
    A degree or equivalent
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics



Extended Diploma - Level 6

Nine compulsory units
- The Business Environment
- Organisational Behaviour
- Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
- IT in Hospitality and Tourism Operations
- Managing the Customer Relationship
- Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations Management
- Strategic Hospitality Management
- International Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
- Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development

Two optional units from your choice below
- Principles of Business Law
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication
- Sales Management (and two from)
- Strategic Marketing Management
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Project Management

Entry requirements:
One of the following:
    Any ABE Level 4 Diploma or equivalent
    Any Level 3 qualification or equivalent
    2 years’ relevant work experience
    And you must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum) and Mathematics
Level 4 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management

The IAM Level 4 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management supports those already
working in, or aspiring to work in, business management positions. Holders of the qualification
will also be eligible for progression to various UK university degree programmes

A combination of mandatory and optional units offers learners the flexibility to study those
units that are of interest to them. The course can be studied full time, which takes one year;
or part time, which takes two years. Students are
Assessed by formal examination, controlled assessment, case studies and assignments.
The qualification leads to further studies in management at level 5 and to higher education.



Qualification structure
This qualification has eight mandatory units; seven optional units. Candidates have to
complete all mandatory units and, in addition to this, any two optional units of their choice.
Candidates need to achieve a minimum of 120 credits to complete the qualification


• Mandatory units
    Administrative management and systems
    Managing operations and quality
    Managing and developing human resources in organisations
    Managing finance, information and knowledge
• Optional units
    Administration for executive assistants
    Introduction to Islamic finance
    Managing business facilities


Entry requirements
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. However, the IAM recommend
that candidates should have a level 3 qualification or equivalent work experience in the
business administration area.



Language knowledge
     The IAM recommend a language knowledge equivalent to level 6 ILETS. It is the
     centre’s responsibility to assess if candidates have the required level of English and if
     they wish, they could require formal certification.
Level 5 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management

The IAM Level 5 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management supports those already
working in, or aspiring to work, in business management positions. Holders of the qualification
will also be eligible for progression to various university degree programmes.
A combination of mandatory and optional units offers learners flexibility to study those units
that are of interest to them. The course can be studied full time, which takes one year; or part
time, which takes two years. Students are assessed by formal examinations, controlled
assessments, case studies and assignments.
The qualification is accredited by the appropriate qualification Regulatory Authorities.


Qualification structure
Nine mandatory units; seven optional units. Candidates have to complete all mandatory units
and, in addition to this, any two optional units of their choice. They need to achieve a
minimum of 120 credits to complete the qualification.



Mandatory units
      Strategic Administration of Operations, Information and Finance
      Strategic administration of human resources, knowledge and change
      Governance, leadership and motivation
      Business research



Optional   Units
           Economics for business
           Organisational facilities management
           Islamic finance


Entry requirements
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. However, the IAM recommend
that candidates should have a level 4 qualification or equivalent work experience in the
business administration area.




Language knowledge

The IAM recommend a language knowledge equivalent to level 6 ILETS. It is the centre’s
responsibility to assess if candidates have the required level of English and if they wish, they
could require formal certification.
Level 6 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management

This qualification is inspired by the MBA (Master in Business Administration) model and
approached learning in a practical, applied way. It is for those who aim for high level
managerial roles in organisations. It focuses on topics which are necessary for those who want
to understand how organisations plan their activities at a strategic level and how they
implement these plans in a way that contribute towards the smooth running of organisations
and the maximisation of their competitive advantage.
Candidates will develop a holistic approach to business together with the analytical and
evaluative skills necessary for those in managerial positions.
The qualification has a flexible structure and includes a range of optional units. This enables
candidates to tailor their studies to their specific needs. It is recommend the course can be
studied full time, which takes one year; or part time, which takes two years. Students are
assessed by formal examinations and assignments.
The qualification is accredited by the appropriate qualification Regulatory Authorities.


Qualification structure
This qualification has four mandatory units and four optional units. Candidates have to
complete all mandatory units and, in addition to this, any two optional units of their choice.
Candidates need to achieve a minimum of 120 credits to complete the qualification.


• Mandatory units
   Strategic management
   The dynamics of leadership
   Management information systems for business
   Advanced finance for decision-makers

• Optional units
   Marketing management in business
   Customer focus for strategic advantage
   Leadership skills
   Managing risk in business

Entry requirements
Candidates should have a level 5 qualification or equivalent work experience in the business
management area.

Progression
    This qualification leads to further studies in management at level 7 and to masters’ level
study at higher education.
Level 6 Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management

The Level 6 Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management is inspired by the
MBA (Master’s in Business Administration) model and approaches learning in a practical,
applied way. It is for those who aspire for senior level managerial roles in organisations.
The Extended Diploma should, normally, take three years to complete. The units become
gradually more difficult as candidates progress through the qualification.
The Extended Diploma is based on the IAM definition of administrative management, namely
that the administrative management function supports organisations in planning, organising,
directing and controlling their business activities across all functional areas.
Candidates will develop a holistic approach to business together with the analytical and
evaluative skills necessary for those in management positions. They will become familiar with
the theory which underpins research methods and techniques.
The qualification is accredited by the appropriate qualification Regulatory Authorities.


Qualification structure
This qualification has 24 mandatory units, which together are worth a total of 360 credits

Units
       Fundamentals of administrative management
       Administrative systems
       Managing operations
       Managing quality
       Managing information and knowledge
       Finance for administrative managers
       Managing business facilities
       Operations management
       Information for strategic decision-making
       Advanced finance for business
       Organisational analysis and change
       Human resource management
       Knowledge management strategy
       The context of corporate governance
       Leadership, motivation and group dynamics
       Strategic management
       The dynamics of leadership
       Management information systems for business
       Advanced finance for decision-makers
       Marketing management in business
       Customer focus for strategic advantage
       Leadership skills
       Managing risk in business
       Business research



        Entry requirements
        Candidates should have a level three qualifications or equivalent work experience in the
        business management area.

        Progression
        This qualification leads to further studies in management at level 7 and to masters’
        level study at higher education.
Diploma in Information Technology – Level 4

Course Summary
The Diploma in Information Technology (L4) is the study of IT at a thorough
level with a brief look into physical hardware and a more intense look into
Software and platform development/construct.

The programme can prepare you for an IT management role in
a large office based company heading a team of other IT specialists or
working in that team, depending on the level you reach.

Unit Titles
Computer Platforms
Software Constructs and Tools
Introduction to Software and Operating Systems
Introduction to Network and Network Components
Systems Analysis
Introduction to Multimedia
Website Management

Entry Requirements
Level 3 - A certificate level qualification or
equivalent is the entry requirement for this course
Students need to be fluent in English
Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology – Level 7

Course Summary
The Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology has been designed for students wishing
to gain expert knowledge in the subject. The course covers a wide range of IT subjects, which
can be viewed in the unit descriptions below.

Progression.
Progression routes to an Msc in Information Technology*

Entry Requirements

      A 3 year bachelor’s degree or 3 year diploma

      However athe will consider students that are over the age of 24 and have at
       least four years relevant IT experience.Students must also have a reasonable level of IT
       academic knowledge.

      English level of at least IELTS 5.5 equivalent or a degree studied in the English
       language medium.




Unit Titles:
Four mandatory units:
Unit 1 – Operating Systems.
Unit 2 – Software Engineering.
Unit 3 - Database Management System.
Unit 4 - Programming and Data Structure.

Plus any 2 optional units below:
Unit 5 – Algorithm Analysis and Design.
Unit 6 - Data Communication and Networking.
Unit 7 - Software Project Management.
Unit 8 - Internet Programming
Advanced Diploma in Business Management – Level 5

Course Summary
This course is designed to give students a good understanding of the
responsibilities of a manager and the techniques they will use to deal
with different situations.

Progression
Students who have successfully completed this course can progress to a top up degree at
UWIC - BA (Hons) International Business Administration.

Entry Requirements
A diploma level qualification or equivalent at Level 4 is the entry requirement for
this qualification
Students need to be fluent in English which normally means IELTS 5.5.



Unit Titles:

Students will need to take the four mandatory units & any four of the optional units for Level 5

Mandatory Units
Unit 1 - Introduction to Management
Unit 2 – Human Resource Management
Unit 3 - Financial Management
Unit 4 - Marketing in Business

Optional Units (any four from)
Unit 5 – Business Strategy
Unit 6 - Communication Processes
Unit 7 – Business Globalisation
Unit 8 – Internet and E Commerce
Unit 9 - Setting up in Business
Unit 10 - Business Law
Higher Diploma in Business Management – Level 6

Course Summary
Presented at a third year degree standard this programme will prepare students for a graduate
mentality of both practical and academic application.

Students will be required to review their previous knowledge gained at lower levels and former
employment by incorporating a graduate approach of analysis and evaluation.

Entry requirements

   A Diploma in Level 5 in business related subjects

   A recognised equivalent professional qualification

   UK Level 4 Diploma with three years relevant work experience

   Mature students over 21 years old with three years of relevant experience will be

    considered on a case by case basis.


Progression

Learners who achieve Level 6 can proceed to Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma.


Course Content
As well as the four Mandatory Units, learners will be required to take two optional units. Total
credit must be at least 120 points.

Mandatory Units
Unit 1 – Organisational Structure and Processes
Unit 2 – International Marketing
Unit 3 – Strategic Business Planning
Unit 4 - Financial Management

Optional Units
Unit 5 – The Organisation and its Environment
Unit 6 - Human Resource Management
Unit 7 - Business Law
Unit 8 – Communication Processes
Unit 9 - Business Economics
Unit 10 – India and the Business Environment
Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management - leading to MBA – Level 7

Qualification Summary


This qualification is designed to give learners a good understanding of the responsibilities of a
manager and the techniques they will use to deal with different situations as well as the legal
requirements within their role.

Entry Requirements

      Students will need a relevant degree to study this qualification.

      We also consider applications from individuals over the age of 24 with 4 years
       management experience but no first degree.

Mandatory Units
Unit 1 - Marketing
Unit 2 - Financial Management
Unit 3 - Management Behaviour
Unit 4 - Business Strategy

Optional Units
one of the below
Unit 5 - Human Resource Management
Unit 6 - Communication Processes

and one of the below
Unit 7 - Business Globalization
Unit 8 – Macroeconomic
Higher Diploma for Management Assistants – Level 4


Course Summary

This course has been designed to provide training and development across a broad spectrum
of duties. The units provide a clear and practical approach to Management studies, showing
their applicability and contribution to daily administrative tasks. Very important are the “soft”
skills of management assistants as they continually represent their employers, chair meetings
and need to be excellent communicators. The “hard” skills such as producing relevant
research, providing budgets and utilising IT are also centrally important.


ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
One of the following:
      NVQ Level 3 Business Administration
      Equivalent 3rd level qualifications from other Awarding Bodies
      Diploma in Administration for Support staff
      Applicants can be considered with proven experience at senior and middle management
       levels.


Assessment
All students are tested on each unit. To obtain the pass students must pass 5 units, 4
mandatory and 1 optional

UNIT TITLES:
Management Appreciation
Business Administration
Effective Communication in Business
Administration and Executive Support

OPTIONAL UNITS:
Destination Management
Human Resource Management
Diploma in Hotel Management – L4

Course Summary
The Diploma in Hotel Management (L4) aims to provide students with a broad understanding
of the operational aspects of the international hotel industry, and knowledge of the underlying
principles involved. This course has been designed in that students will study for no less than
290 hours.

Progression
Students who have successfully completed this course can progress to a Level 5 Advanced
Diploma in Hotel Management.

Entry Requirements

   Level 4 - A certificate level qualification or equivalent is the entry requirement for this
    course

Assessment
Students will be assessed on a continual basis. Students will need to complete 4 mandatory
units and 2 optional units

Mandatory Units
Introduction: Scope and Nature of Hotel Management
Staff Management in Hotels
Food and Beverage Operations
Marketing


Optional Units
Housekeeping
Hotel Finance
Facilities and Accommodation Operations
Front Office Operations
NVQ-QCF Health & Social care Level 2

This course gives you a general understanding of the health and social care sector. It is
suitable for individuals interested in working in health and social care, or who are already
working in the sector and wish to develop their knowledge and skills. This course offers a
broad introduction to the health and social care sector and gives students the opportunity to
develop personal and basic skills including communications, application of number and
Information Technology.

Subjects :

       Communications and individual rights
       Individual needs within care settings
       These are optional subjects:
       Cultural diversity in health and care
       Health and social care services
       Human lifespan development
       Human Physiology
       Lifestyle

Progression

This can lead to an Access to Nursing, Access to Social Work, BTEC National Diploma or an
NVQ Level 2 or 3. It can also lead to employment opportunities as a health care assistant or
support worker.

Employment possibilities:

       Care or health assistance
       Health care
       Social care

Entry requirements:

   You will need to have completed a BTEC Introductory Diploma or equivalent with a pass at
    merit or above, complete an assessment test and attend an interview
NVQ-QCF Health & Social care Level 3
This course is a work-based course and provides the knowledge and skills necessary to develop
your practice. Your knowledge and skills are assessed both at College and in the workplace.
The course comprises of four core units and two optional units related to your job role.

Subjects :

       Promote effective communications
       Reflective practice
       Equality, diversity and rights
       Protection from abuse
       Safety and security in the workplace

Progression

This can lead to higher education. Some candidates have also been promoted at work as a
result of the course.

Entry requirements:

   You will need to be working as a support worker or in a supervisory capacity, have written
    confirmation from an employer to confirm your job role and an agreement that you can be
    observed and assessed in the workplace.
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care

These qualifications aim to guide and assess development of knowledge, understanding and
skills in management and advanced practice within health and social care and children and
young people’s services. These qualifications confirm competence in these areas and serve as
the required qualifications for registration and regulatory requirements in the sector.

What are the benefits of these qualifications to the learner and employer?

This qualification replaces the current Level 4 NVQ in Leadership and Management for Care
Services and the Level 4 NVQ in Health and Social Care, which are accepted as entry
requirements to a number of Healthcare Environment Inspectorate (HEI) programmes

Assessment

Learners must achieve a total of 80 credits to complete the qualification.
Learners must take all five units (20 credits) from mandatory unit and then follow one
Pathway & choose optional units.




Mandatory Units
   Use and Develop Systems that Promote Communication
   Promote Professional Development
   Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
   Develop Health and Safety and Risk Management Policies Procedures and Practices in
    Health and Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings
   Work in Partnership in Health and Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings
Professional Diploma Banking and Finance - Level 5


The Level 5 BTEC Professional Diploma in Banking and Finance is designed to provide:

• Education and training for those in the banking and finance industry with a
   responsibility to provide appropriate and professional services
• Opportunities for persons working or wishing to have a career in the banking and
  finance industry to achieve a recognised Level 5 vocationally-specific qualification
• Opportunities for full-time or part-time learners to gain a recognised
  vocationally specific qualification to enter employment in the field of banking and
  finance or to progress further to other appropriate qualifications
• Opportunities for learners to focus on the development of the major skills, such as
  improving own learning and performance, problem solving and working with others,
  in a banking and finance context

Course contents
To achieve the whole qualification, a learner must successfully complete 8 core and any 8
specialist units.

Core Units

      Financial Management in Business
      Business Accounting — Final Accounts
      Business Accounting and Financial Planning
      Regulation of Banking and Banking Services
      Money Laundering
      The Management of Risk
      The Strategic Management of a Bank
      Analysing Customer Accounts for the purpose of reaching a Lending Decision

Specialist Units.
    Cash Flow Statements, Management Accounting and Investment Appraisal
    Taxation Principles and Income Tax
    Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Value Added Tax
    Credit Risk Management in Banking
    Operational Risk Management in Banking
    The Corporate Customer and their needs
    Merchant and Investment Banking
    Insolvency
    Guarantees
    Securities for Advances — Life policies, Stocks, Shares and Miscellaneous Securities
    Securities for Advances — Real Property as Security
    Customer Relationship Management
    Finance of International Trade
    Islamic Banking



Entry Requirements:

      a standard of literacy and numeracy supported by a general education equivalent to
       GCSEs at grade A*–C
      related work experience
      other related Level 4 and Level 3 qualifications.
      More mature learners may present a more varied profile of achievement that is likely to
       include experience of paid and/or unpaid employment.
NVQ Diploma inManagement (QCF) – Level 5

This qualification is designed to recognise occupational competence in Management and
Leadership. It allows learners to apply knowledge, understanding and skills to a national
occupation level required by employers, thus proving competency in their job role.

Course contents:
A minimum of 38 credits is required overall for completion of this qualification.

Mandatory units (credit value 23)
   Develop and evaluate operational plans for own area of responsibility
   Provide leadership and direction for own area of responsibility
   Plan change in own area of responsibility
   Work productively with colleagues and stakeholders

Optional units (credit value 15)

      Establish risk management processes for an organisation
      Promote equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion across an organisation
      Examine staff turnover issues in own area of responsibility
      Developing collaborative relationships with other organisations
      Promote the use of technology within an organisation
      Manage health and safety across an organisation
      Monitor and review business processes
      Develop a customer-focused organisation
      Conduct a quality audit
      Manage product development and marketing
      Develop, maintain and review personal networks
      Ensure compliance with legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements
      Manage risk in own area of responsibility
      Review risk management processes in own area of responsibility
      Implement change in own area of responsibility
      Develop working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders
      Recruit staff in own area of responsibility
      Plan, allocate and monitor work in own area of responsibility
      Support learning and development within own area of responsibility
      Address performance problems affecting team members
      Build, support and manage a team
      Support individuals to develop and take responsibility for their performance
      Know how to follow disciplinary procedures
      Managing grievance procedures
      Support the management of redundancies in own area of responsibility
      Develop and implement a risk assessment plan in own area of responsibility
      Manage physical resources
      Manage the environmental impact of work activities
      Manage a tendering process
      Plan and manage a project
      Develop and implement marketing plans
      Analyse the market in which your organisation operates
      Manage the achievement of customer satisfaction
      Prepare for and support quality audits
      Inform strategic decision making
      Support the culture of an organisation
      Lead innovation within an organisation
      Manage a budget for own area or activity of work
      Outsource organisational processes
      Manage a programme of complementary projects

Entry Requirements

This is a ‘cross-sector’ qualification. This means that this qualification can be taken by team
leaders and managers across a wide variety of work areas in both the public
and private sectors. This qualification is suitable for job roles in any sector that involve
management and leadership responsibilities. At Level 5 the learner can expect to be a middle
manager and thus hold a more central management role in an organisation.

Progression:
Learners can progress onto the Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Management (QCF) and the Level 7
Award/Certificate/ Diploma/Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership (QCF).
NVQ Diploma inManagement (QCF) – Level 7

This qualification is designed to recognise occupational competence in management and
leadership. It allows learners to apply knowledge, understanding and skills to a national
occupation level required by employers, thus proving competency in their job role.

This qualification:
     is nationally recognised
     is based on the Management and Leadership National Occupational Standards (NOS).

Entry Requirements

Level 7 NVQ in Management (QCF) is a ‘cross-sector’ qualification. This means that this
qualification can be taken by team leaders and managers across a wide variety of work areas
in both the public and private sectors This qualification is suitable for job roles in any sector
that involve management and leadership responsibilities. At Level 7the learner can expect to
be in senior management and hold a more strategic role in an organisation.

Progression:
Learners can progress to an MBA qualification.

Course Content
A minimum of 45 credits is required overall for completion of this qualification.

Mandatory units (credit value 27)

      Develop a strategic business plan
      Develop strategic direction and Leadership
      Lead change in an organisation

Optional units (credit value 18)
    Put a strategic business plan into action
    Establish policies and procedures
    Plan an organisation’s workforce
    Obtain additional finance for an organisation
    Promote knowledge management across an organisation
    Manage quality systems
    Design and manage the business processes
    Improve organisational performance
    Inform strategic decision-making
    Support the culture of an organisation
    Lead innovation within an organisation
    Manage a budget for own area or activity of work
    Outsource organisational processes
    Manage a programme of complementary projects
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector - Level 4

The Level 4 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector provides a minimum
standard for all those entering the profession of teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. It is
designed to provide education and training for those hoping to enter the lifelong learning
sector with a responsibility to provide teaching.



Entry Requirements
All learners are required to demonstrate a minimum of Level 2 literacy, numeracyand ICT to
achieve this qualification. This has been highlighted through theincorporation of the minimum
core into all teaching qualifications.

Learners need the chance to show current and future employers that they can:
    communicate effectively, in a variety of situations, using a wide range oftechniques
    work well with others — individuals or teams — so that work can be properlyplanned
      and targets met
    manage their own development, so that they are always ready to take on thechallenges
      of change and diversification
    use numeracy, not just within routine tasks and functions but to help them bemore
      effective and efficient in all they do
    use ICT in a range of applications to support all aspects of their role
    solve problems in a variety of circumstances.
   
Course specification
       This qualification comprises three mandatory units worth 18 credits, with optional units
       tothe value of 6 credits, making a total of 24. There is also a requirement for 30
       hoursof teaching practice

Mandatory units:
      Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
      Planning and Enabling Learning
      Principles and Practice of Assessment


Optional Units:
      Equality and Diversity
      Preparing for the Coaching Role
      Preparing for the Mentoring Role
      Delivering Employability Skills
      Specialist Delivery Techniques and Activities
      Evaluating Learning Programmes
      Equality and Diversity
      Preparing for the Coaching Role
      Preparing for the Mentoring Role
Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector - Level 5
The Edexcel Level 5 BTEC Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector
(DTLLS) is designed as the qualification which, on completion, enables a teacher to
apply for QTLS.

DTLLS is designed to provide:
• Education and training for those hoping to enter, or entering, the education sector to
  provide teaching or training in the lifelong learning sector
• Opportunities for teachers in the field of education to achieve a nationally
  recognised, vocationally specific Level 5 qualification
•Opportunities for full-time learners to gain a nationally-recognised vocationally
  Specific qualification to enter employment in the field of teaching or to progress
   to further vocational qualifications, including QTLS licence status
• Transferable units which carry appropriate levels of credit to allow for accrediting
  prior experience or learning between the different stages of working towards
  qualified teacher status.



Course Specification
Learner must complete:
• the seven mandatory units totalling 90 credits
• at least 30 credits must be achieved from the option units.

Mandatory Units:
   Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
   Planning and Enabling Learning
   Enabling Learning and Assessment
   Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning
   Continuing Personal and Professional Development
   Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice
   Wider Professional Practice

Optional Units:
    Equality and Diversity
    Delivering Employability Skills
    Specialist Delivery Techniques and Activities
    Teaching a Specialist Subject
    Developing and Managing Resources within the Lifelong Learning Sector
    Developing and Managing Resources within the Lifelong Learning Sector
    Action Research
    The Lifelong Learning Sector
    Action Research
    Developing and Managing Resources within the LifelongLearning Sector
    The Lifelong Learning Sector
NVQ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATION – Level 4

Qualification Aim:
This qualification is designed for those who work with little or no support and supervision. It's
aimed at learners who work as part of a team and ensure the provision of information and
resources to others. It's suitable for working across a wide variety of sectors including NHS
trusts, educational institutions, government departments, charities and the private sector. It's
suitable for learners aged 18 and above.


Entry Requirement
There aren’t any specific recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification.
However, learner might find it useful if they have already completed qualification in a relevant
area at Level 3.


Course Specification
To achieve the qualification, learner must achieve a total of 39 credits. 20 credits must be
achieved by completing the mandatory units and a further 19 units are to be achieved by
completing the optional units.


Mandatory Units

           MANAGE AND BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR OWN PERFORMANCE IN A BUSINESS
            ENVIRONMENT
           EVALUATE AND IMPROVE OWN PERFORMANCE IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
           SUPPORT THE PURPOSE AND VALUES OF AN ORGANISATION
           SUPPORT SUSTAINABILITY IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
           ASSESS, MANAGE AND MONITOR RISK IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
           COMMUNICATE IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT


Optional Units
      DEVELOP A PRESENTATION
      DELIVER A PRESENTATION
      SUPPORT THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFORMATION SYSTEM
      MONITOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS
      ANALYSE AND REPORT DATA
      ORDER PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
      PLAN AND ORGANISE AN EVENT
   CO-ORDINATE AN EVENT
   PLAN AND ORGANISE MEETINGS
   ORGANISE BUSINESS TRAVEL OR ACCOMMODATION
   EVALUATE THE ORGANISATION OF BUSINESS TRAVEL OR ACCOMMODATION
   CONTRIBUTE TO RUNNING A PROJECT
   DELIVER, MONITOR AND EVALUATE CUSTOMER SERVICE TO INTERNAL CUSTOMERS
   DELIVER, MONITOR AND EVALUATE CUSTOMER SERVICE TO EXTERNAL CUSTOMERS
   AGREE A BUDGET
   EVALUATE AND SOLVE BUSINESS PROBLEMS
   MAKE DECISIONS IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
   NEGOTIATE IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
   DESIGN AND DEVELOP AN INFORMATION SYSTEM
   MANAGE AND EVALUATE AN INFORMATION SYSTEM
   PREPARE SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONTRACTS
   CHAIR MEETINGS
   MANAGE AN OFFICE FACILITY
   PROPOSE AND DESIGN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
   PREPARE, CO-ORDINATE AND MONITOR OPERATIONAL PLANS
   IMPLEMENT, MONITOR AND MAINTAIN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
   CONTRIBUTE TO INNOVATION IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
   PLAN CHANGE FOR A TEAM
   MANAGE BUDGETS
   INVITE TENDERS AND SELECT CONTRACTS
   MONITOR AND EVALUATE CONTRACTS
   PLAN CHANGE ACROSS TEAMS
   IMPLEMENT, MONITOR AND REVIEW CHANGE
   MANAGE A PROJECT
   PROVIDE LEADERSHIP AND DIRECTION FOR OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
   DEVELOP WORKING RELATIONSHIPS WITH COLLEAGUES AND STAKEHOLDERS
   RECRUIT STAFF IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
   SUPPORT LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT WITHIN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
   MANAGE PHYSICAL RESOURCES
   MANAGE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WORK ACTIVITIES
   MONITOR AND REVIEW BUSINESS PROCESSES
   USE CUSTOMER SERVICE AS A COMPETITIVE TOOL
   PLAN, ORGANISE AND CONTROL CUSTOMER SERVICE OPERATIONS
   MONITOR AND SOLVE CUSTOMER SERVICE PROBLEMS
NVQ DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT – Level 5

Qualification Aim:
The Level 5 NVQ in Management is a cross-sector qualification. This means that this NVQ will
be taken by people wit personal responsibility and autonomy in their roles across a wide
variety of areas. Level 5 candidates can expect to be working in a management and leadership
role.
Entry Requirement
There aren’t any specific recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification.
However, learner might find it useful if they have already completed qualification in a relevant
area at Level 3 and 4.

Course Specification
To achieve the qualification, learner must achieve a total of 38 credits. 23 credits must be
achieved by completing the mandatory units and a further 15 units are to be achieved by
completing the optional units.


Mandatory Units

      o   DEVELOP AND EVALUATE OPERATIONAL PLANS FOR OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   PROVIDE LEADERSHIP AND DIRECTION FOR OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   PLAN CHANGE IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   WORK PRODUCTIVELY WITH COLLEAGUES AND STAKEHOLDERS


Optional Units


      o   DEVELOP, MAINTAIN AND REVIEW PERSONAL NETWORKS
      o   ESTABLISH RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESSES FOR AN ORGANISATION
      o   MANAGE RISK IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   REVIEW RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESSES IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   PROMOTE EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION ACROSS AN
          ORGANISATION
      o   INFORM STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING
      o   ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH LEGAL, REGULATORY, ETHICAL AND SOCIAL
          REQUIREMENTS
      o   SUPPORT THE CULTURE OF AN ORGANISATION
      o   LEAD INNOVATION WITHIN AN ORGANISATION
      o   IMPLEMENT CHANGE IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
      o   SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS TO DEVELOP AND TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR
          PERFORMANCE
      o   KNOW HOW TO FOLLOW DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES
      o   MANAGING GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES
o   SUPPORT THE MANAGEMENT OF REDUNDANCIES IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
o   DEVELOPING COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER ORGANISATIONS
o   DEVELOP WORKING RELATIONSHIPS WITH COLLEAGUES AND STAKEHOLDERS
o   RECRUIT STAFF IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
o   EXAMINE STAFF TURNOVER ISSUES IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
o   PLAN, ALLOCATE AND MONITOR WORK IN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
o   SUPPORT LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT WITHIN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
o   ADDRESS PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS AFFECTING TEAM MEMBERS
o   BUILD, SUPPORT AND MANAGE A TEAM
o   MANAGE A BUDGET FOR OWN AREA OR ACTIVITY OF WORK
o   MANAGE A TENDERING PROCESS
o   OUTSOURCE ORGANISATIONAL PROCESSES
o   PROMOTE THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY WITHIN AN ORGANISATION
o   DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A RISK ASSESSMENT PLAN IN OWN AREA OF
    RESPONSIBILITY
o   MANAGE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACROSS AN ORGANISATION
o   MANAGE PHYSICAL RESOURCES
o   MANAGE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WORK ACTIVITIES
o   PLAN AND MANAGE A PROJECT
o   DEVELOP A CUSTOMER-FOCUSED ORGANISATION
o   MANAGE THE ACHIEVEMENT OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
o   PREPARE FOR AND SUPPORT QUALITY AUDITS
o   CONDUCT A QUALITY AUDIT
o   MANAGE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING
o   MANAGE A PROGRAMME OF COMPLEMENTARY PROJECTS
o   MONITOR AND REVIEW BUSINESS PROCESSES
o   DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT MARKETING PLANS
o   ANALYSE THE MARKET IN WHICH YOUR ORGANISATION OPERATE
 Leadership and Management for Care Services Level 4

 This qualification is aimed at candidates who are leaders and managers of care services (adults
 and children and young people). It is suitable for candidates who:
      Develop, lead and manage a diverse provision and workforce in the context of continual
        change
      Lead, manage and develop good practice and continuous improvement in service
        provision that promotes the well being of people and enables them to reach their full
        potential
      Lead and manage provision which is healthy, safe, manages risks and safeguards and
        protects people from all forms of abuse
      Promote collaborative, joint working and decision making that achieves successful
        outcomes for people
      Manage the strategy, policy, finances and operations of the provision.




Course Specification

 To achieve this qualification, candidates must achieve 8 units made up of 4 mandatory units
 and 4 optional units. Candidates can also undertake additional units, although these are not
 required to complete the qualification.

 Mandatory units

       Manage and develop yourself and your workforce within care services
       Lead and manage provision of care services that respects, protects and promotes the
        rights and responsibilities of people
       Develop and maintain systems, procedures and practice of care services to manage
        risks and comply with health and safety requirements
       Lead and manage effective communication that promotes positive outcomes for people
        within care services
    
 Optional units

      Facilitate and manage change within care services through reflective, motivating and
 flexible leadership
      Actively engage in the safe selection and recruitment of workers and their retention in
 care services
      Manage a dispersed workforce to meet the needs and preferences of individuals athome
      Allocate and monitor the progress and quality of work in your area of responsibility
      Lead and manage provision of care services that promotes the well being of people
      Manage provision of care services that deals effectively with transitions and
 significant life events
      Manage provision of care services that supports parents, families, carers and
 significant others to achieve positive outcomes
      Manage and evaluate systems, procedures and practices for assessments, plans and
 reviews within care services
      Lead and manage provision of care services that promotes the development of
 children and young people
      Lead and manage group living provision within care services
      Lead and manage provision of care services that promotes positive behaviour
      Develop risk management plans to support individual’s independence and daily living
 within their home
      Lead and manage work for care services with networks, communities, other
 professionals and organisations
    Manage workers within care services who are based in external multi-disciplinary
teams
    Lead and manage inter-professional teams within care services
    Identify, implement and evaluate systems, procedures and practice within care
services that measure performance
    Monitor and manage the quality of the provision of care services
    Lead and manage provision of care services that promotes opportunities, identifies
constraints and manages risk
    Plan operations and manage resources to meet current and future demands on the
provision of care services
    Contribute to the strategic policies of care services
    Develop, implement and review business plans and planning for the provision of care
services
    Manage finance for your area of responsibility
    Manage procedures within care services for making, responding to and learning from
comments and complaints
    Ensure policies, procedures and practice for the conduct of workers within care
services are adhered to
    Manage a project
    Manage a programme of complementary projects
    Market, cost and contract to ensure the viability of the provision of care services




Entry Requirement

This NVQ is aimed at candidates who are in work roles where they manage individuals in a
residential care setting. There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. Where a
candidate has registered for a qualification, they should not enter with another awarding body
for a qualification at the same level with the same title.
Management of Health and Safety Level-5

This qualification is designed to reflect the work of candidates who undertake Health and
Safety activities at Level 5 working with health and safety strategy as a substantial part of
their responsibilities. The aim of this qualification is to recognise the skills and competences of
candidates in the workplace. The qualification is about the strategic management of health and
safety. Candidates will have complete autonomy and authority. They will be budget holders
and will be accountable in their area of responsibility. Candidates will be working without
supervision and will make decisions with wide ranging boundaries and agreed limits.

Course Specification

To achieve this qualification, candidates must achieve 11 units made up of 8 mandatory units
and 3 optional units.

Mandatory units
   Manage the use of financial resources
   Secure financial resources for your organisation’s plans
   Develop and review the organisation’s health and safety strategy
   Influence and keep pace with improvements in health and safety practice
   Promote a positive health and safety culture
   Develop and implement the health and safety policy
   Identify the learning and development needs of the organisation
   Develop a strategy and plan for managing changes in people resourcing

Optional units
    Manage activities to meet requirements
    Contribute to improvements at work
    Manage the performance of teams and individuals
    Develop and implement systems and procedures within the workplace to minimise
      environmental impact of the organisation
    Develop and implement effective communication systems for health and safety
      information
    Contribute to the development of learning within the organisation
    Design learning programmes
    Manage the contribution of other people to the learning process
    Design, deliver and evaluate changes to organisational structure
    Contribute to the design, delivery and evaluation of work procedures

Entry Requirements

This is a work-orientated qualification and is suitable for those who undertake Health and
Safety practices in their work.There should be equality of access for candidates regardless of
work setting and patterns of work. Candidates must be enabled and supported to undertake
this qualification.Where a candidate has registered for a qualification, they should not enter
with another awarding body for a qualification at the same level with the same title.
Pearson – General English B2

This test is for who use or will use an upper intermediate level of English for their personal,
social, educational or working life. Learner will be expected to understand and respond
appropriately to the purpose, information and points of view in spoken and written
communication of the kind required in a variety of study, work, everyday and leisure-related
contexts in daily life.


How is this test structured?


The test has a written paper and a spoken test. The written paper is divided into nine tasks
which are linked to a theme. At this level the theme tends to be quite abstract, such as global
issues like pollution and conservation. Learner will be expected to understand and respond
appropriately to the purpose, information and points of view in spoken and written
communication of the kind required in a variety of study, work, everyday and leisure-related
contexts in daily life.


Written test (2 hours)
Section Skill                        Description

1          Listening                 3-option multiple choice

2          Listening and Writing dictation

3          Listening                 test, note completion

4          Reading                   3-option gap fill multiple choice

5          Reading                   3-option graphical multiple choice

6          Reading                   open-ended question

7          Reading                   text, note completion

8          Writing                   write correspondence (90-120 words)

9          Writing                   write text (150-200 words)

Spoken test (7 minutes)


The spoken test consists of a timed interaction between a test taker and an interlocutor. There
are 4 sections to the test.
    1. sustained monologue
    2. discussion
    3. describe picture
    4. role play
ESOL Skills for Life - Level 1
Course Description

Learners will follow the ESOL Core Curriculum to develop their skills. They learn to be able to:

        listen and respond to spoken language, including simple narratives, statements,
         questions and single step instructions speak to communicate basic information, feelings
         and opinions on familiar topics
        engage in conversation with another person in a familiar situation about familiar topics
        engage in simple and familiar and in formal exchanges connected with education,
         training, work and social roles
        read and understand short texts with repeated language patterns on familiar topics
        read and obtain information from common signs and symbols, in texts such as public
         signs and notices, lists, forms, notes, records and simple narratives
        write to communicate information to an intended audience in documents such as forms,
         lists, messages, notes and records

Entry Requirements

Learners will undertake an initial assessment to determine their level

Duration

1 Year



ESOL Skills for Life Level 2

The ESOL Level-2 Skills for Life qualifications have been developed to give learners the
opportunity to:

• Achieve a level of attainment in English which is appropriate to their needs
• Use language confidently at a level to function in school or college, at work or in
society in general
• Engage in learning which is relevant to them and will provide opportunities to develop a
range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes essential for successful
performance in working life
• Achieve a nationally recognised qualification.


Is this course for me?

This course is for people who want to improve their English and learn more about jobs and
work in the UK or who want to look for work now, in the future or change jobs.

What can I do next?

This course can lead to applying for work in your chosen area and/or further study.

Entry requirements

You will need to come along to the College for an interview and assessment.
ESOL Skills for Life Level 3

This course is for people who are interested in learning about the skills needed to work in an
office. Learners will improve their general English in a programme which includes grammar,
vocabulary, reading, writing, speaking and listening. Learner will practice the English that need
to work in an office environment and they will also study numeracy and IT.

Subjects:

      English (includes listening, reading, writing & speaking)
      IT
      Numeracy
      Office Skills

What can I do next?

This can lead to higher level administration courses at the College.

Entry requirements

You will need to have achieved Entry Level 2 in reading, writing, speaking and listening. You
will also be invited for a sort interview and assessment.

Assessement :

Assessment is in various ways during the course including assignments, class work and
examinations. You will also have regular meetings with your personal tutor to discuss your
progress and help plan your studies.




IELTS
International Language Testing System

IELTS is the way to prove your English language skills and open doors to international
opportunities. Anyone who want to study, migrate or practice your profession in an English-
speaking country, IELTS may be a requirement.

IELTS is available in two formats – Academic and General Training:
The Academic Module is taken by those applying for further studies and professional
registration.
The General Training Module is generally suitable for those who are going to English-speaking
countries to complete work experience and training programmes or for immigration purposes.

IELTS Test Formats:

Academic or General Training. Learners take the same Listening and Speaking modules but
different Reading and Writing modules.

Listening, Reading and Writing must be completed in one day. Depending on your test centre,
the Speaking test may be offered on the same day or up to a week before or after the other
parts. See below for a diagram of the test format.
Entry requirements :

You will need to attend an interview at the College so that we can assess your level of English.




For any other NVQ or General Interest courses, please contact the college
admission department at 0208 3033 301 or email: info@jfctrainers.co.uk
                                           Hours per           Start                  Part-Time
               Course                  week(International                 Full-Time     Day &
                                         Student only)         Date                    Evening

                                        ABE Courses

Level-4 Diploma in Business                18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-5 Diploma in Business                18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-6 Diploma in Business                18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-7 Post Graduate Diploma in           18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Business Management

Level-4 Diploma in Human Resource          18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-5 Diploma in Human Resource          18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-6 Graduate Diploma in Human          18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Resource Management

Level-6 Extended Diploma in Human          18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Resource Management

Level-4 Diploma in Marketing               18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-5 Diploma in Marketing               18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-6 Graduate Diploma in                18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Marketing Management

Level-6 Extended in Marketing              18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Management

Level-4 Diploma in Travel, Tourism &       18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Hospitality Management

Level-5 Diploma in Travel, Tourism &       18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Hospitality Management

Level-6 Graduate Diploma in Travel,        18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Tourism & Hospitality Management

Level-6 Extended Diploma in Travel,        18 Hours         Apr/Sep/Dec     Yes         Yes*
Tourism & Hospitality Management
                                        IAM Courses

Level-4 Diploma in Business and            18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Administrative Management

Leve-5 Diploma in Business and             18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Administrative Management

Level-6 Diploma in Business and            18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Administrative Management

Level-6 Extended Diploma in Business       18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
and Administrative Management

                                        ATHE Courses

Level-4 Diploma in Information             18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Technology

Level-7 Post Graduate Diploma in           18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Information Technology

Level-5 Advance Diploma in Business        18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Management

Level-6 Higher Diploma in Business         18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Management

Level-7 Post Graduate Diploma in           18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Business Management

Level-4 Higher Diploma in                  18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Management Assistant

Level-4 Diploma in Hotel Management        18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

                                       Edexcel Courses

Level-2 NVQ-QCF Health & Social            18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Care
Level-3 NVQ-QCF Health & Social            18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Care
Level-5 Diploma in Leadership for          18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Health and Social Care and Children
and Young People’s Services
Level-5 Professional Diploma Banking       18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
and Finance
Level-5 Diploma in Management              18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

Level-7 Diploma in Management              18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

Level-4 Preparing to Teach in the          18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Lifelong Learning Sector (PTTLS)


Level-5 Teaching in the Lifelong           18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Learning Sector (DTTLS)
                                      NCFE Courses

Level-4 Diploma in Business &             18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Administration
Level-5 Diploma in Business &             18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Management
                                       OCR Courses

Level-4 Leadership & Management for       18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Care services
Level- 5 Management of Health &           18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*
Safety
                                      English Courses

Pearson- General English B2               18 Hours      Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

ESOL Skills for Life – Level 1               -          Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

ESOL Skills for Life – Level 2               -          Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

ESOL Skills for Life – Level 3               -          Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

IELTS                                        -          Apr/Sep/Dec   Yes   Yes*

								
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