Full time Personal Assistant with Event Admin. L3

In Tonbridge

£ 700 + VAT

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  • Location

    Tonbridge

Description

Provides the knowledge and skills essential for the modern office environment. An excellent gap year course leading to well paid, temporary contracts in the holidays as well as helping you produce your coursework. You will have flexible, transferable skills leading to roles in event administration or secretarial and administrative positions.

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Location

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Tonbridge (Kent)
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Brook Street, TN9 2PW

Starts

On request

To take into account

Students should have appropriate AS /A Levels, NVQ Level 3, a University Degree or a Level 2 course at Merit Level GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above Mature students without formal qualifications will be considered and relevant employment experience may be accepted as an alternative to qualifications .

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Personal Assistant with Event Admin. L3
Provides the knowledge and skills essential for the modern office environment. An excellent gap year course leading to well paid, temporary contracts in the holidays as well as helping you produce your coursework. You will have flexible, transferable skills leading to roles in event administration or secretarial and administrative positions.

Course Content:
The course incorporates the following qualifications:

  • OCR Level 3 Certificate in Administration
  • OCR Level 3 Certificate in Text Processing (Advanced)
  • OCR Level 2 Diploma in Text Processing (Intermediate)
  • OCR Level 3 Key Skills
  • OCR Level 3 Event Administration Units
  • OCR Level 3 Diploma in Administration (Event Administration)
  • OCR Level 3 Certificate in Administration

This qualification is designed to recognise students understanding of complex administrative functions and activities. It provides ideal preparation for job roles where you will be expected to work independently at a senior level in a range of administrative tasks. It comprises the following units:

  • Unit 1 Producing complex business documents
  • Unit 2 Promoting effective working relationships
  • Unit 3 Reviewing the organisation of business activities
  • Unit 4 Reviewing and developing office procedures
  • Unit 5 Creating an IT solution

Units 1 and 3 are assessed by an externally set and marked examination in June. Units 2 and 4 are assignment based, locally assessed by the College and externally moderated. Unit 5 is examined, locally assessed by the College and externally moderated. An integral part of the assessment of Unit 2 is demonstrating the ability to deal with colleagues and customers. Students will therefore be required to take an active part in team assignments which will involve arranging live events.

  • OCR Level 3 Certificate in Text Processing (Advanced)
  • These units aim to develop students ability to apply advanced processing and production skills to produce a variety of complex business documents in a work-related context. They are widely recognised by employers as the benchmark qualifications in text processing. In order to achieve the Certificate students must successfully complete the core unit of Text production (Advanced) plus one other unit from those listed below.
  • Text production (Advanced)
  • Word processing (Advanced)
  • Audio-transcription (Advanced)
  • Document presentation (Advanced)
  • Legal word processing (Advanced)
  • OCR Level 2 Diploma in Text Processing (Intermediate)

These units aim to develop students ability to produce a range of business documents in a work-related context. In order to achieve the Diploma, students must successfully complete the core unit of Text production (Intermediate) plus three other units from those listed below.

  • Text production (Intermediate)
  • Business presentations (Intermediate)
  • Legal text processing (Intermediate)
  • French text processing (Intermediate)
  • German text processing (Intermediate)
  • Spanish text processing (Intermediate)
  • Word Processing (Intermediate)
  • Audio Transcription
  • OCR Level 3 Key Skills
  • The following Key Skills qualifications, which are an integral part of this course, aim to develop in students essential qualities that are being demanded by employers, including the ability to communicate well in a range of different contexts and the ability to plan and organise work in a pair or group of people for the purpose of achieving shared objectives.
  • Communication
  • Working with Others
  • OCR Level 3 Event Administration Units
  • Unit 1 Organising effective business meetings (Advanced) Unit 2 Researching and planning for complex events (Advanced) Unit 1 is assignment based, locally assessed by the College and externally moderated. Unit 2 is assessed by an externally set and marked examination in June.
  • OCR Level 3 Diploma in Administration (Event Administration)
  • Students who successfully achieve the five units of the Level 3 Certificate in Administration and the two Level 3 Event Administration Units will be awarded the Level 3 Diploma in Administration (Event Administration).

    Awarding body:
    Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR).
    Work Experience / Practical Experience:
    A two-week block of work experience, in March, is an integral part of the course.

    Attendance Requirements:
    Full-time. Details regarding expected course timetable and attendance will be given at interview, if available.

    Entry Requirements:
  • Students should have appropriate AS
  • /A Levels, NVQ Level 3, a University Degree or a Level 2 course at Merit Level
  • GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above
  • Mature students without formal qualifications will be considered and relevant employment experience may be accepted as an alternative to qualifications
  • .

    Entry Process:
    All applicants will be invited to an interview with the tutor, allowing you to find out more and check that the course is the best option for you. Interviews normally take place between January and September of the year in which the course starts.

    Assessment:
    Assessment methods vary between each strand of the course. For some areas assessment is based on continuous assessment and for others it is based on formal examination.

    Career Options:
    Good secretarial and administrative skills are much sought after in modern labour markets. Men and women use their PA skills as stepping stones in pursuance of personal career goals in fields such as Marketing, Human Resources, Sales and Management.

    Fees

    Year : Description : Under 19 : Over 19 & on benefits : Over 19 : Overseas
    09/10 : Tuition : £0.00 : £0.00 : £700.00 : £5,800.00
    09/10 : Material : £25.00 : £25.00 : £25.00 : £25.00
    09/10 : Exams : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00
    09/10 : Trips : £60.00 : £60.00 : £60.00 : £60.00
    09/10 : Kit : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00 : £0.00
    Fees subject to change please enquire on application. For courses lasting more than one year, please note that the fees given above are for the first year only. Similar fees will be due for each subsequent year of the course and will be subject to an inflationary increase on the first year fees.

    Sessions

    Year : Full or Part-time : Level : Start date : End date : Day : Start time : End time
    09/10 : FT : Further Education : 14/9/2009 : 9/7/2010 : : N/A : N/A

Full time Personal Assistant with Event Admin. L3

£ 700 + VAT