Management & Administration T Level
This qualification will provide classroom theory, practical learning and 315 hours industry placement with an employer. It has been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that it meets the needs of industry and to ensure you have the knowledge and skills needed to progress into skilled employment or higher level technical training relevant to the T Level.
English, maths and digital provision are also built into the classroom-based element of the T Level, meaning students will be given a solid foundation of transferable skills.
4 or 5 GCSE subjects at grade 4 or above including English and/or Maths.
What will I study?
The breadth of content will ensure you can apply your skills for different purposes and in different roles. The Technical Qualification is the main classroom-based element of the course and consists of two components:
This provides you with the knowledge that underpins the industry with topics covering the following areas:
- Working within the Business and Administration Sector
- Business Context
- People in Business
- Quality and Compliance
- Policies and Procedures
- Project and Change Management
- Business Behaviours
An Employer-set project provides the opportunity to develop and apply a minimum range of core skills important for employability.
- Business Improvement
- Team Leadership/Management
- Business Support
- Information Management
These ensure you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve a level of competence needed to enter employment in the occupational specialism, and are organised around ‘performance outcomes’ that indicate what you will be able to do as a result of learning and applying the specified knowledge and skills.
The industry placement allows you to develop your subject specific skills as well as those necessary to working in any environment, such as effective planning, working with others, health and safety and promoting equality and diversity.
Method of delivery
Your studies will be across three full days per week. These will be mainly classroom based, when in College, but you will also undertake experiential learning. Over the two years of your technical qualification studies you will spend 80% on College-based studies and 20% on employer work experience. Your studies in College will be a combination of 30% online learning and 70% face-to-face onsite, with 90% classroom based and 10% undertaking simulated practical activities. Our methods of delivery will include to large groups of students online, accompanied by workshops, tutorials, some independent studies, problem solving and work-based learning.
How will I be assessed?
Core Content component:
• Paper A written examination
• Paper B written examination
• Employer-set project
In order to achieve a grade for the Core Content component, you must have results for both sub-components - the Core (written) examinations and the Employer-set project. The combined results from these will be aggregated to form the overall Core Content component grade (A* to E and U).
If you fail to reach the minimum standard across all sub-components, you will receive a U grade. No overall grade will be issued for the Core Component until both sub-components have been attempted.
Occupational Specialism Component:
• Synoptic assignments
You are also required to successfully achieve a Distinction/Merit/Pass grade in one of the Occupational Specialism components. If you fail to reach the specified level of attainment, you will receive a U grade.
Good course combinations
This is a full-time course. It is not possible to combine this course with other Vocational, Apprenticeship or A Level programmes.
Your next steps
This technical qualification will support students onto a range of progression routes including employment, higher education and higher apprenticeships.