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Medical Administration Skills Level 3

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    3 hours per week for 20 weeks

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Medical Administration Skills Level 3

Part-time Courses

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Course Description

This unit has been designed to provide you with the essential knowledge and skills that would enable you to fulfil the role of medical administrator.

It provides understanding of administrative procedures and the skills and qualities required to provide effective administrative support in a medical environment. You will learn how to work as part of a medical team and gain an understanding of how to manage your own time and workload and manage information.

A qualification in Level 3 Medical Administration Skills can help you succeed in progressing through the NHS Pay Band system in an administrative role in any size or type of NHS organisation, including: Secretary/Administrator.

Entry Criteria

Good use of the English language is considered beneficial with particular focus on accuracy in spelling.


Taught sessions using discussion, practical exercises/activities, worksheets, assessments, direct instructions, lecture sessions, videos and other learning methods.

Homework and independent learning will form an integral part of the course.


All work will be assessed through a mixed approach including the following: portfolio of evidence; Assessments; Short answer questions.


Progression onto:

  • Level 3 Medical Aspects for Administrators
  • Level 3 Medical Terminology
  • Level 3 Medical Communication Skills
  • Level 3 Medical Audio & Word Transcription

Other details

Course type: Part-time Courses

Level: 3

Programme Area:

  • Business and Management

Business and Management

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Business and Management

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