Business, A Level
This course is also available for adults aged over 19 years and will help develop your business knowledge and enable you to progress into employment or onto higher level qualifications.
You’ll learn about business theories and concepts and gain an understanding of how businesses operate – from your corner shop to global brands. You will discover how all kinds of manufacturing, retail, and services businesses create plans, stay ahead of the competition and manage their resources.
A Level Business is a dynamic and engaging subject. You will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to analyse data, critically consider issues and make informed decisions. The course also covers how technological advancements affect the way decisions are made, and how to assess risk when making strategic decisions.
There will be three hours of teaching each week as well as weekly small group and one to one tutorials. In addition, you should be prepared to do at least three hours of reading and research outside of class each week. Delivery of the lessons will be online, with resources and extra reading posted to the shared Teams (a free download) or online classroom.
- An introduction to business and objectives
- Financial control
- Operational control
- The marketing mix
- Human resource management
You will be assessed via exams at the end of your course.
If you're aged 19+ and don't already have a Level 3 qualification, we can offer this course for FREE as part of the National Skills Fund.
Successful completion of this course will enable you to progress to a wide range of university courses and will help you advance in any business-related career.
Preparing learners for the future is an integral part of everything we do at Weston College. Whether you want to bolster your employment prospects, upskill or change careers, our friendly careers staff are committed to helping students get on the right career path.
As an adult learner at Weston College, you will have access to our specialist, highly qualified careers advisors who are on hand to assist you with making those important decisions about careers and course choices. Whether you need support with developing your employability skills, or you are investigating your future options, we’ll be there to help you through the process.
You can also use our free-to-access Career Coach programme to provide yourself with a detailed careers assessment, which you can then talk through with one of our advisors, as well as the assessment directing you to certain courses that will help you on your career journey. As a Microsoft College all students and apprentices are given FREE access to LinkedIn Learning – an online educational platform that helps individuals discover and develop business, technology-related, and creatives skills through expert-led course videos.
5 GCSES or O levels at 4 to 9 or A-C including English Language or Literature.
We will consider individuals without these requirements if they have specific work-related experience.
All applicants will need to complete a literacy entrance test.
5 GCSES or O levels at 4 to 9 or A-C including English Language or Literature. We will consider individuals without these requirements if they have specific work-related experience. All applicants will need to complete a literacy entrance test.
Category & Subject AreaA Levels Business and Management Courses for adults Courses for adults Distance Learning Free Level 3
iAn interview is required for this course.
Most people qualify for FREE tuition and material fees due to discounts we offer. Click on the icon(s) below to find out what you’ll need to pay.
Full Fee: £1,987.00 ?
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