This course provides students with a solid all-round understanding of business administration.
Students will develop their skills and understanding in key areas such as effective decision-making, questioning processes, identifying improvements and developing their autonomy.
Students will learn how to manage and improve their performance, how to communicate more effectively, how to support the purpose and values of an organisation, help to assess and manage risk, and how to support sustainable working practices.
Students will develop key business improvement skills and understanding that enables them to contribute to cost, quality and delivery improvements in the workplace.
Students work to strengthen their knowledge around topics such as managing paediatric illness and injury, supporting positive behaviour, and equality and inclusion.
Based around three pathways – early learning and childcare; social care; and learning, development and support services.
Students will complete five units: general health, safety and welfare in the workplace; Conforming to productive working practices; erecting masonry structures; moving, handling and storing resources, and; setting out masonry structures.
Students will complete mandatory units such as health, safety and welfare in the workplace.
Students work towards improving their ability to follow procedures and implement policies.
This course is grouped around four core themes; impression and image, delivery, handling problems, and development and improvement.