The Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration has been designed to allow learners obtain and then demonstrate the skills and knowledge to work at a high, and potentially supervisory level in Business Administration.
The qualification has been developed based upon industry feedback as to the fundamental knowledge and skills required to work in the sector at the level.
To achieve the Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration learners must gain a total of 58 credits. This must consist of:
Minimum total credit: 58
Mandatory group A minimum credit: 27
Optional groups B, C and D minimum credit: 31. This must consist of:
Optional group B minimum credit: 13
Optional group C a maximum credit of: 10
Optional group D a maximum credit of: 8
Mandatory Group A
B&A40 - Communicate in a business environment (4 credits)
M&L9 - Manage personal and professional development (3 credits)
B&A57 - Principles of business communication and information (4 credits)
B&A58 - Principles of administration (6 credits)
B&A59 - Principles of business (10 credits)
Optional Group B (minimum 13 credits)
B&A41 - Contribute to the improvement of business performance (6 credits)
B&A42 - Negotiate in a business environment (4 credits)
B&A43 - Develop a presentation (3 credits)
B&A44 - Deliver a presentation (3 credits)
B&A45 - Create bespoke business documents (4 credits)
B&A46 - Contribute to the development and implementation of an information system (6 credits)
B&A47 - Monitor information systems (8 credits)
B&A61 - Analyse and present business data (6 credits)
B&A14 - Produce business documents (3 credits)
B&A17 - Produce minutes of meetings (3 credits)
B&A30 - Administer human resource records (3 credits)
B&A31 - Administer the recruitment and selection process (3 credits)
M&L13 - Manage individual's development in the workplace (3 credits)
M&L14 - Chair and lead meetings (3 credits)
M&L23 - Participate in a project (3 credits)
CFAQ31 - Word Processing Software (6 credits)
CFAQ32 - Website Software (5 credits)
CFAQ33 - Spreadsheet Software (6 credits)
CFAQ34 - Presentation Software (6 credits)
CFAQ35 - Database Software (6 credits)
Optional Group D (maximum 8 credits)
M&L15 - Principles of leadership and management (8 credits)
CFAQ36 - Principles of market research (5 credits)
CFAQ37 - Principles of marketing and evaluation (7 credits)
CFAQ38 - Principles of digital marketing and research (7 credits)
CS26 - Understand the customer service environment (5 credits)
B7A56 - Understand the legal context of business (6 credits)
CFAQ40 - Principles of social media within a business (6 credits)
There are no entry requirements for this qualification. However, learners must be assessed to ensure they have a reasonable chance of achievement and will be able to generate the required evidence.
This qualification is suitable for learners 16 years old and above.
The qualification contains a mixture of competence and knowledge units. These units are respectively assessed by both Portfolio and by Assessment Knowledge Modules (AKMs) externally
set by the awarding body. The AKMs are internally marked assessments, containing a series of questions, marked and internally verified by the centre and with external verification by the awarding body's External Quality Assurer (EQA). Competence units are assessed following NVQ principles.
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