You will complete a Level 3 Technical Qualification in Management and Administration with an occupational specialism in Business Support. The Management and Administration T-Level aims to develop your knowledge in understanding of organisational cultures and values along with the importance of business behaviour, quality and compliance.
Included alongside the technical qualification is the completion of an industrial placement consisting of a mixture of weekly day release and block placements, working within management and administration industries. The industry placement enables students to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and behaviours to work successfully in this industry and be work-ready at the end of the course.
In year one you will gain an understanding of core knowledge required for the management and administration sector inclusive of:
Supported by a package of employability and enrichment opportunities to strengthen the core knowledge, skills and behaviours developed during your studies.
In year two you will focus on the completion of an occupational specialism in Business Support. This aims to develop the knowledge and skills that are required to support the running of an organisation. Therfore, to enter into the workplace as a competent practitioner or for further study. It aims to deepen the core knowledge developed in year one in application to practice within the management and administration sector.
There are three main progression routes following the completion of T Levels. Following the completion of the T level in Management and Administration, you may go on to:
Skilled employment within the business management and administration sector inclusive of roles as a– Business administrator or a team leader and supervisor.
Higher Level apprenticeships at Level 4 and above which may progress you into careers such as Senior Business administrator, Office manager or a Business manager.
Higher Education as UCAS points have been awarded to T-Levels allowing progression routes onto Higher Educational pathways.
City and Guilds
At least two 5s and three 4s at GCSE including at least a 5 in English Language and Maths.