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New College Lanarkshire Certificate in Transition to HNC Business, Accounting and Administration
New College Lanarkshire

Certificate in Transition to HNC Business, Accounting and Administration

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Full time

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Aug 2023

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Distance Learning, On-Campus

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Introduction

This course will introduce you to the dynamic, competitive, financial, and economic environment in which business operates today.

This qualification is designed to develop the IT, communication, business, and accounting skills required for the next level of study or employment. You will be assessed on an ongoing basis, using practical assessments, assignments, and case studies. There is no final examination.

The course will initially be delivered fully on-line via remote class sessions. If face-to-face delivery resumes, classes will be undertaken at Motherwell Campus.

Core units include Understanding Business, Economics, IT for Management, Human Resources, Marketing, Management of People and Finance, Financial and Management Accounting.

Upon completing this course, you may progress to HNC/D Administration and IT, HNC/D Accounting, and HNC/D Business.

Entry requirements:

At least 3 relevant qualifications at SCQF level 5 (e.g., National 5, intermediate 2, standard grades at credit).

Relevant qualifications include English, Administration, Business Management, Mathematics, a Science subject, History, Geography, Modern Studies.

Those with alternative experience and learning may be considered following discussion with the course leader. These applicants must submit a personal statement that includes details of previous work experience.

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