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Access to HE Diploma in Business

4.8
4 reviews
  • I chose to improve my capabilities keeping in mind the end goal to start another vocation after working for six years in the Royal Navy. Having gone to secondary school in Ireland, my Irish Leaving Certificate capabilities do not appear to be worth much here. I was under the feeling that I would need to finish GCSE's or A levels keeping in mind the end goal to try and be considered for passage to college, however when addressing a course executive at Birmingham college, he proposed to finish an Access to Higher Education course with DistanceLearningCentre.com.
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  • Drawing closer to the retirement from the Army following 24 years administration, I needed to choose what I needed to be the point at which I grow up. I had developed a distinct fascination in life systems and physiology, from many spells of non-intrusive treatment taking after damage, so began investigating turning into a physiotherapist. I caught news of DistanceLearningCentre.com from the Access to HE Diploma and chose to 'take care of business' subsequent to perusing the tributes and checking with colleges whether the recognition offered would be satisfactory; this was the means by which I discovered exactly how very much respected DistanceLearningCentre.com is.
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  • The course was exceptionally well arranged with steady mentors. It took me longer than expected, to a great extent because of work duties and a sports related wound, however the structure and support, alongside an accommodating ILP (Individual Learning Plan) kept me centered and on track. I would prescribe DistanceLearningCentre.com to return to study; they are proficient and bolster the learner well. I completed my Access to Health course with Distance learning at 49 and now have an offer of a University put subsequent to picking up a perceived Access capability.
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A Level

Distance

£ 1,165 VAT inc.

Description

  • Type

    A Level

  • Methodology

    Distance Learning

  • Duration

    12 Months

The Course will provide the required nationally accredited qualification to apply to Higher Education Universities and Colleges to study Business. Suitable for: Access courses are for people who wish to gain entry to Higher Education, but have not yet achieved the necessary entrance qualifications. They are particularly suited to adult learners including those who have been out of education for some time. There are no fixed course start or completion dates, the programme is flexible to suit your needs.

About this course

Our Access to HE Diplomas in Business create versatile pathways which give you the opportunity to apply for a degree in a range of disciplines including business management, business and finance and finance and accounting. Credits: 60 credits

Students looking to further their education in Business management, business or finance and accounting.

This diploma has no entry requirements.

Level 3 Access to HE Diploma in Business.

Our diplomas can be studied if you are working full time or have other full time commitments.

You will receive an email with course information that will also include details on how to register and enrol.

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Reviews

4.8
excellent
  • I chose to improve my capabilities keeping in mind the end goal to start another vocation after working for six years in the Royal Navy. Having gone to secondary school in Ireland, my Irish Leaving Certificate capabilities do not appear to be worth much here. I was under the feeling that I would need to finish GCSE's or A levels keeping in mind the end goal to try and be considered for passage to college, however when addressing a course executive at Birmingham college, he proposed to finish an Access to Higher Education course with DistanceLearningCentre.com.
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  • Drawing closer to the retirement from the Army following 24 years administration, I needed to choose what I needed to be the point at which I grow up. I had developed a distinct fascination in life systems and physiology, from many spells of non-intrusive treatment taking after damage, so began investigating turning into a physiotherapist. I caught news of DistanceLearningCentre.com from the Access to HE Diploma and chose to 'take care of business' subsequent to perusing the tributes and checking with colleges whether the recognition offered would be satisfactory; this was the means by which I discovered exactly how very much respected DistanceLearningCentre.com is.
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  • The course was exceptionally well arranged with steady mentors. It took me longer than expected, to a great extent because of work duties and a sports related wound, however the structure and support, alongside an accommodating ILP (Individual Learning Plan) kept me centered and on track. I would prescribe DistanceLearningCentre.com to return to study; they are proficient and bolster the learner well. I completed my Access to Health course with Distance learning at 49 and now have an offer of a University put subsequent to picking up a perceived Access capability.
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100%
4.3
fantastic

Course rating

Recommended

Centre rating

Hannah Widders

4.5
28/10/2016
What I would highlight: I chose to improve my capabilities keeping in mind the end goal to start another vocation after working for six years in the Royal Navy. Having gone to secondary school in Ireland, my Irish Leaving Certificate capabilities do not appear to be worth much here. I was under the feeling that I would need to finish GCSE's or A levels keeping in mind the end goal to try and be considered for passage to college, however when addressing a course executive at Birmingham college, he proposed to finish an Access to Higher Education course with DistanceLearningCentre.com.
What could be improved: No negative aspects.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Pauline Findlay

5.0
14/10/2016
What I would highlight: Drawing closer to the retirement from the Army following 24 years administration, I needed to choose what I needed to be the point at which I grow up. I had developed a distinct fascination in life systems and physiology, from many spells of non-intrusive treatment taking after damage, so began investigating turning into a physiotherapist. I caught news of DistanceLearningCentre.com from the Access to HE Diploma and chose to 'take care of business' subsequent to perusing the tributes and checking with colleges whether the recognition offered would be satisfactory; this was the means by which I discovered exactly how very much respected DistanceLearningCentre.com is.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Anonymous

4.5
19/05/2016
What I would highlight: The course was exceptionally well arranged with steady mentors. It took me longer than expected, to a great extent because of work duties and a sports related wound, however the structure and support, alongside an accommodating ILP (Individual Learning Plan) kept me centered and on track. I would prescribe DistanceLearningCentre.com to return to study; they are proficient and bolster the learner well. I completed my Access to Health course with Distance learning at 49 and now have an offer of a University put subsequent to picking up a perceived Access capability.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Anonymous

5.0
15/04/2015
What I would highlight: I just had a couple of weeks left to finish the course when I rejoined after a specific guide urged me not to surrender. She truly demonstrated to me that I can do it, we really both thought I would not make it however I HAVE MADE IT towards my objective of turning into a medical attendant and DistanceLearningCentre.com has assumed a noteworthy part towards accomplishing this objective. I can not thank you enough yet I can definitely say keep doing awesome.
What could be improved: Nothing bad.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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This centre's achievements

2016

All courses are up to date

The average rating is higher than 3.7

More than 50 reviews in the last 12 months

This centre has featured on Emagister for 11 years

Subjects

  • Access
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Basic IT
  • Higher Education Access
  • Finance
  • Accredited
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business
  • Basic Grammar
  • Business management

Teachers and trainers (1)

Eamonn  Farrell

Eamonn Farrell

Curriculum Leader (Law & Criminology) & Tutor

Eamonn has an MSc in Project Management in Construction, BA (Hons) Geography and Media, a post-graduate professional qualification in Quantity Surveying and a Certificate in Education. He has worked extensively within the construction industry in both commercial management and project management roles and has taught across a broad range of subjects within the Built Environment in both FE and HE.

Course programme

Nationally recognised Access to HE Diploma in Allied Health Professions by Distance Learning (60 Credits) from an Online College established in 1993.

QAA accredited through Ascentis

Study from home at your own pace. We pride ourselves in our friendly, personal and professional service from fully qualified teaching staff.

Your personal tutor will support you in your studies through weekly phone contact and quick response to your emails. We will also help you with your UCAS application for Higher Education.

Course Modules change a little from time to time so visit the web site at for the most up to date information.

Payment options: Regular instalments can be spread across the course. Additional Awarding Body Registration fee (currently £185) charged in two stages: after first month and after achieving 24 credits. Prices may vary slightly from those published on this site. Please check the fees directly on our web site for the most up to date prices.
Career opportunities: You can apply to universities for Business studies.

Access to HE Diploma in Business

£ 1,165 VAT inc.