Course in Business Studies in Edgware in United Kingdom

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Business Studies

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A program in Business, Economics and Administration, intends to further the student’s understanding of the business world. This program often incorporates theory with real world application. With this course, one can be the head in various business departments.

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Course - WorkSkills Plus, BTEC Level 3 and Work Experience

Crest Schools of English
Campus Full time Open Enrollment United Kingdom Edgware

This is an ideal programme for those who wish to improve their work skills in order to obtain a job [+]

Course Studies in Business Studies in Edgware in United Kingdom. This is an ideal programme for those who wish to improve their work skills in order to obtain a job or to advance in their training or workplace. The programme leads to a BTEC in WorkSkills Plus, an internationally-recognised vocational qualification at Level 3 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). It is designed and accredited by Edexcel, the leading provider of internationally recognised qualifications. This BTEC qualification makes a wonderful addition to your CV and is approved by the UKBA for non-EU and EU students. The programme consists of two stages: 1. Study Period You will study for a minimum of 15 hours per week The course consists of individual units including: - Negotiation Skills and Persuasion in the Workplace - Giving and Receiving Feedback - Preparing for an interview - Effectiveness at Work - Personal Skills for Leadership - Learning from Work Placement - English language and examination preparation skills If you would like to stay with a homestay during your study period, we will be happy to arrange this for you. 2. Work Placement Period - You can put into practice the skills you developed in class. - During your work placement, you will be monitored and given guidance. - Assignments given during your placement will give you an opportunity to reflect on your experience and to re-evaluate your own work skills. Assignments may include presentations, reports, role-plays, research, etc. during your studies, as well as a practical assignment during your work placement. All assignments are internally assessed and once you have obtained the required number of credits, you will be awarded a BTEC in WorkSkills Plus Level 3 qualification (award or certificate). What types of work experience can I take? Hospitality & Healthcare: students with relevant experience in the hospitality or healthcare sectors will take a paid placement (UK minimum wage) as part of their course. Vocational: Students who choose experience in for example Marketing, Fashion, Finance, Law, Business, etc. will take an unpaid work placement. Quick Facts - Minimum Age: 18 - Tuition: 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 or 30 hours per week - Start Date: any Monday (ongoing enrolment) - Level: intermediate to proficiency (B1 to C2) - Ideal For: students who want practical experience in a UK-based company and a BTEC Level 3 qualification [-]

Course - Financial English

Crest Schools of English
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Edgware

These classes are ideal for finance and accounting professionals who want to work on their industry-specific [+]

Why study for Cambridge ICFE? These classes are ideal for finance and accounting professionals who want to work on their industry-specific language skills. Studying for Cambridge ICFE will give professionals the opportunity to study and practice English in a wide range of accounting and financial contexts, even if students choose not to take the final exam. Because the course is based on realistic texts, topics and tasks that are found in the daily working life of those employed in an accounting and finance role, successful candidates will find that they are better able to function in practical situations, such as meetings and discussions of a financial nature where they have to express opinions clearly. They will also be able to better understand texts of various types, including financial statements, journal articles, letters, reports and proposals. What is the course like? The ICFE course is a short, intensive course that is focussed on preparing your language and examination skills for the internationally recognised Cambridge ICFE exam. The following list is an illustration of some of the areas featured in Cambridge ICFE: - Financial Reporting - Company financial strategy - Risk assessment and analysis - Investment Banking - Ethical standards within Accounting - Accounting standards - Debt recovery - Accounting software packages and IT - Auditing - Assets and company valuations - Budgetary processes - Economic factors/conditions/forecasts in certain markets/sectors - Forensic Accounting - Banking and Insurance ICFE assesses language skills in the context of finance and accounting. The examination is set at levels B2 (upper-intermediate) and C1 (advanced) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Modern Languages (CEF). Success at C1 level may be used as proof of the level of language necessary to work at a managerial or professional level or to follow a course of academic study at university level. This covers the levels of the Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) and the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), and corresponds to bands 5.5-7.0 of IELTS. The examination consists of four papers: Reading (75 minutes), Writing (75 minutes), Listening (approximately 40 minutes) and Speaking (approximately 16 minutes). Course Dates - 10th February 2014 - 31st March 2014 - 02nd June 2014 - 04th August 2014 - 06th October 2014 - 01st December 2014 [-]