Choosing a Business subject can be a very practical choice due to there generally being more job security as qualifications are needed in virtually all industries.
If you enter into a business course, you will have plenty of opportunity to specialise in a specific industry such as management, marketing, human resources, law and accounting.
You can visit the National Careers Service for information on all kinds of careers in business.
There are so many routes you can take with a business course. Here are a few of our most popular courses:
The majority of our learners complete the A Level Business course along with two other subjects such as Accounting and Economics. This allows you to meet the minimum entry requirements for some Business Degrees at University.
On completion of a Degree in Business, learners go onto all kinds of industries including chemicals, utilities, fashion, health, grocery, and construction.
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The Business Admin course will help you in a wide range of career options. You will learn so much including administration, customer services, office equipment and IT skills.
This course would support your career in a number of different fields and provide you with a good basis for working within the business sector.
Business admin is required everywhere in all different kinds of industries. You may want to work within a school, NHS, telecommunications. The list really does go on!
There are so many job opportunities within customer services and if you have a role in this field, your job is to ensure that everything runs smoothly for the customer from start to end.
Have you ever had a customer complain and you have struggled to fulfil their expectations? Or perhaps you have responded to them in a way that could felt you could have done better.
The Customer Services Level 3 course will provide you with help on creating the best possible environment for you and your customer. This will include staff training, procedures and avoiding any conflict.
Overall you will know exactly how to respond to things that go wrong and you will learn to resolve issues quickly and promptly.
The Legal Secretary course is very popular and how could it not be? Legal secretaries are valuable employees that support lawyers, legal executives, and paralegals. A legal secretary could be earning up to £30,000 per annum. You may find that once you secure a job role in this field, you want to continue with further training and improving your career prospects.
Other popular courses include Human Resources, Personal Assistant and Office Management.
With every course sold, we can offer you:
In general, business careers offer more opportunity for career progression than other careers. With progression comes salary increases, professional respect and an opportunity to challenge yourself.