College of Accountancy and Management Studies (CAMS)

BTEC HNC/HND in Business

College of Accountancy and Management Studies (CAMS)
In Hayes, Middlesex

£8,500
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Important information

Typology BTEC
Location Hayes, middlesex
Duration 18 Months
  • BTEC
  • Hayes, middlesex
  • Duration:
    18 Months
Description

The course is made up of sixteen units leading to the HND. On successful completion of 10 units you will be awarded a HNC Business (Management). However, if you go on to complete all 16 units successfully you will be awarded a HND Business (Management). The HND is assessed by a combination of course work, presentation, assignments or projects. All assessments are internally assessed and graded by lecturers and all units must be passed to gain this qualification. Grades awarded are Pass, Merit or Distinction against each module completed.
Suitable for: It is ideal for those who wish to develop their professional expertise and skills across a range of essential business and management areas.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Hayes, Middlesex
7 Nestles Avenue, UB3 4SA, London, England
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Starts On request
Location
Hayes, Middlesex
7 Nestles Avenue, UB3 4SA, London, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

At least one of the following: - High School Diploma / 10+2 / O levels - A BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in an appropriate area - a GCE A Level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or an adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at level A-C - Age of 17 yrs and above - Related work experience. Mature Entry Route: Mature learnersshould have extensive work experience (paid and/or unpaid) and/or achievement of a range of professional qualifications in their work sector.

Course programme

The Higher National Diploma in Business is designed to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for success in current and future employment or for progression to an undergraduate degree. It is ideal for those who wish to develop their professional expertise and skills across a range of essential business and management areas. The HNC/D in Business can be studied as stand-alone programme or can form part of a three-year degree programme.

HNC (total 10 units)

  • Marketing
    Concept and process of marketing, segmentation, targeting and positioning, mix, different segments and contexts.
  • Managing Financial Resources and Decisions
    Sources of finance, decisions and financial performance.
  • Organisations and Behaviour
    Organisational structure and cultures, approaches to management and leadership, motivational theories, working with others, teamwork, group dynamics.
  • Business Environment
    Objectives and responsibilities of an organisation; economic social and global environment; organisation behaviour and the market environment; international trade and the European dimension.
  • Research Project
    Prepare a research proposal in a specified area of business, using primary and secondary sources. Present and evaluate.
  • Business Decision Making
    Sources of data, analysis, information in appropriate formats, software generated information.
  • Managing Professional Development
    Personal and career development, evaluate progress, business skills and self-managed learning.
  • Working With and Leading People
    Recruitment, selection, retention, building winning teams, leadership, development of individuals, performance, monitoring and assessment.
  • Managing Activities to Achieve Results
    Business processes, outcomes, goals, objectives, areas of responsibility, operational plans, systems, health and safety, organisational performance.
  • Managing Communications, Knowledge and Information
    Information and assessment needs, personal networking, communication processes and appropriate systems.

HND (HNC plus 6 units)

  • Business Strategy
    Strategy formulation, planning, evaluation, selection and implementation.
  • Common Law
    Elements and terms of a contract; Law of Tort and tortuous liability and tort of negligence.
  • Marketing Planning
    Marketing audits, barriers to planning, formulating a market plan and examine ethical issues.
  • Human Resource Management
    Personnel management, new approach, recruiting and selection, rewarding, rights and procedures on exit from an organisation.
  • Introduction to the Internet and E-Business
    Scope of e-business, how the internet works, e-business models and web design.
  • Project Management
    Project management principles, organisation and people, processes and procedures.

Additional information

Payment options:

Pay in one installment and save £1,000. (total fee £7,500)


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