Business & Administration SVQ 2 at SCQF level 5

What is special about this course?

The SVQ 2 qualification is made up of 3 mandatory and 2 optional units which are selected to match the job the candidate is currently doing.

Entry requirements

You must be in year round employment in an administrative capacity.

Units include:

* Manage customer relations
* Maintain the drinks service
* Maintain the reception service
* Organise business travel and accommodation
* Deal with visitors
* Organise and support meetings
* Manage yourself
* Use a telephone system
* Use various software applications
* Work effectively with other people
* Use specialist or bespoke software
* Research and report information

Evidence for the qualification will be provided through visual observations carried out in the workplace by your allocated assessor, along with a portfolio of evidence which is created by the candidate. The candidate will also have to show that they have appropriate knowledge and understanding of their job by answering a range of questions.

How will I study my course?

    Work based qualification.


    How long will my course last?


    1 Years

    How will I be assessed?

      Visual observations carried out in the workplace by your allocated assessor, along with a portfolio of evidence which is created by the candidate.

    Where can I study my course?

      • Employers Premises

    Start date

    The SVQ in Business Administration can start at any time.

    Fees

    Funding availability changes each year. Funding can be available from Skills Development Scotland.

    Please call for up to date information.

    Funding

    Please call for up to date information.

    What can I do on completion of my course?

    You could progress onto the SVQ Level 3 SCQF 6/7

    Is there more information available online?

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