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Business Administration - Level 2 Diploma

Key Details

  • Available at:
    Work-Based Learning
  • Study Mode:
  • Course Length:

    12–18 months

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Business Administration - Level 2 Diploma

Part-time Courses

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Course Description

Do you work in a Business Administration environment and strive to deliver the best possible administration support, even in difficult and complex situations?

Are constantly looking to improve your performance to enable the organisation to maintain its competitive edge?

If you have answered 'yes' to these questions, then this course could be for you.

Entry Criteria

  • You should be employed in an administrative role.

All places are subject to satisfactory interview.


An individual learning plan will be drawn up with you and your manager and an assessor will visit you regularly in the work place. You will build a portfolio of evidence to show how you met the National Standards in your day to day work, and show that you are aware of relevant legislation.


You will provide your assessor with evidence of work situations you have dealt with. This can include: case studies, questions and answers, discussions, e-mails or letters to support your written evidence, and witness testimonies from your colleagues or line manager.

Workbooks and NVQs will be marked by a workplace assessor and moderated by the internal verifier. Essential Skills will consist of portfolio building and observations.


There are excellent opportunities to progress to a higher qualification such as a OCR Diploma in Business Administration - QCF Level 3.

Other details

Course type: Part-time Courses

Level: 2

Programme Area:

  • Business and Management


English and Welsh

Business and Management

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Business and Management

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