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Level 2 & 3 Business Courses

business and computing


Our Business full-time courses at Skegness TEC provide you with the knowledge and skills to get a job in our local area within a whole variety of businesses.

Set your course for this rewarding area and you’ll soon be on the path to career success.

It might seem a difficult task to become part of a multi-million pound organisation, let alone become the owner, but here at Skegness TEC we’re here to help you. So whether you see yourself as a future director or a valuable member of a team, this is the ideal start.

Whatever you plan to do in your professional life, the chances are that it will involve some kind of ‘business’, and careers in business are expected to grow in this region.

Employment numbers in Business & Administrative positions in this region by 2024
Increase in this occupation group by 2024

Subject Details

What you will learn

Level 2 (Award)

On this course you will study a range of topics, these include: enterprise in the business world, finance for business, promoting a brand and principles of customer service.

Level 3 (90 Credit Diploma)

You will look at business resources, marketing, accounting, business ethics and organising an event. Modules are: business environment, business resources, marketing, business communications with additional options in internet marketing, starting a small business, managing a business event, web design and recruitment and selection.

What Next

When you have achieved your Level 3 qualification you may choose to carry on studying and if you’re considering moving away to university, there are many opportunities for studying in the UK with choices in management, enterprise, administration and a wealth of other specialisms.

Universities across the UK run a wide range of courses in varying computing disciplines that can lead you to a fantastic career in this fascinating and ever-changing industry.

Case Study

Nina Germaney

Nina Germaney

“I studied for two years for A Levels and then I got an administration position within a carpet and blind manufacturer and I really enjoyed it. Because I had no idea what I really wanted to do so I decided to study for a Business qualification because it give you so many choices.

“I’m now starting an Apprenticeship within the Organisational Development Workforce Department of the NHS. The course has taught me a lot about the different aspects of business and the Institute supported me through work experience, which has all prepared me for the interview.”

Subject Levels

Levels One, Two & Three

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