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1 Rotherham College Skills for your Future College Course Guide 2015/16

2 How do I apply? Key There are a number of ways to apply to Rotherham College. Town Centre Campus If you live in Rotherham, Sheffield or Barnsley and are in Year 11 at school then you can apply using the UCAS Progress common application system. You will need to get a user name and password from your school. Please ask your teacher for more details. Or If you have access to the internet then you can apply using our online application form. This can be found at Or DC CC 18 Dinnington Campus Construction Centre Courses for 18 year olds + 18 Courses for Adults Courses for Adults 19+ You can also apply using a paper application form which is available from the Enquiries Team on either campus or can be requested by post or calling or ing If you would like advice or support with your application, please call the Enquries Team on I am delighted you are considering Rotherham College as your place to study. At Rotherham College we are committed to our students and provide each and every one with the skills and experiences needed to progress to a successful future, whether that is gaining a job, becoming self-employed, achieving a promotion or moving on to further or higher study, including progressing to university. We have strong links with industry and work closely with employers to ensure our students gain the skills they need to progress on to their chosen career. Competitions, challenging projects and real-life work with employers are just a few examples of how we are embedding employability skills into your learning. We make every effort to ensure the information within our College Course Guide is accurate and a true representation of the courses we are offering in However, we do reserve the right to make changes if necessary. This course guide and our website demonstrate the strengths of the College and why we believe that Rotherham College is the first choice for students, employers and parents. Gill Alton Principal/Chief Executive 2 3

3 Aiming for Outstanding Facilities Officially a Good College with Outstanding features (Ofsted 2013) In 2013, our College pass rate was 95%* We ve invested over 18 million in buildings and equipment for students in the last four years As a college we continue to invest in our buildings, facilities and equipment to provide you with the best industrystandard learning experiences. Here are just a selection of the facilities available at Rotherham College. Experienced industryqualified staff In 2013, 89% of our students moved directly into work or further study *On substantial College based courses over 24 weeks in length Inspire Hair, Beauty and Nail Salons Get the latest updates For further support or to get in touch Visit: Call: The Wharncliffe Restaurant TV Studio Rotherham College of Arts and Technology Official Rotherham College Rotherham College of Arts and Technology Construction Centre Gateway Additional Learning Support Centre Simulated Hospital Ward Engineering Centre of Excellence 4 5

4 Travelling to College Both our College campuses and the Construction Centre benefit from good public transport links. Here is a snapshot of the transport available to you for travelling to your College course at Rotherham College. For the latest public transport travel information visit: where you can use an online journey planner, download timetables and more. Alternatively, call Traveline: Travelling to Town Centre Campus and the Construction Centre 22/22X Barnsley > Rotherham Town Centre 217/218 Barnsley > Rotherham Town Centre 227 Barnsley > Rotherham Town Centre 7/8 Blackburn > Rotherham Town Centre 44 Chapeltown > Rotherham Town Centre 27 Dinnington > Rotherham Town Centre 221 Doncaster > Rotherham Town Centre X78 Doncaster Town Centre > Rotherham Town Centre > Sheffield Town Centre 15 East Herringthrope > Rotherham Town Centre Travelling to Dinnington Campus 18/18B Doncaster > Dinnington T6 Harthill > Dinnington > Worksop 20 Firbeck > Rotherham Town Centre 29/29A Halfway > Rotherham Town Centre 11/12 Herringthorpe > Rotherham Town Centre 14/45 Herringthrope > Rotherham Town Centre 56 Herringthrope > Rotherham Town Centre 66/67 High Green > Rotherham Town Centre 1/1A Maltby > Rotherham Town Centre 2 Maltby > Rotherham Town Centre 10 Maltby, Bramley > Rotherham Town Centre 19A/19B Rotherham Town Centre > Worksop 20 Rotherham Town Centre > Dinnington 34 Meadowhall > Rotherham Town Centre > Whiston 13 Mexborough > Rotherham Town Centre 3 Ravenfield Common > Rotherham Town Centre 3A Ravenfield Common > Rotherham Town Centre 4 Ravenfield Common > Rotherham Town Centre 39/40 Rockingham > Rotherham Town Centre > Greasbrough 32 Sheffield Town Centre > Rotherham Town Centre 69 Sheffield Town Centre > Rotherham Town Centre 27 Rotherham Town Centre > Dinnington X5/216 Sheffield > Dinnington > Thurcroft M1 Approximate travel times mins A1 Sheffield Town Centre > Rotherham Town Centre 33/35 Treeton > Rotherham Town Centre 37 Thrybergh > Rotherham Town Centre 108/109 Upper Haugh > Rotherham Town Centre 228 Wath upon Dearne > Rotherham Town Centre 19 Worksop > Rotherham Town Centre 19A/19B Worksop > Rotherham Town Centre Barnsley Stairfoot Ardsley Thurnscoe Darfield Goldthorpe Highgate Wombwell Bolton upon Dearne Birdwell Brampton Manvers Elsecar Wath upon Balby Hoyland Dearne Mexborough Warmsworth Swinton Denaby Main Wentworth Upper Old Denaby Conisbrough Harley High Green Haugh Kilnhurst Rockingham Edlington Rawmarsh Hooten Roberts Chapeltown Thorpe Greasebrough Hesley Thrybergh Rotherham Ravenfield Blackburn Dalton Braithwell Kimberworth Flanderwell Meadowhall Hellaby Wickersley Maltby Herringthorpe Bramley Carbrook Tinsley Canklow Brinsworth Whiston Attercliffe Guilthwaite Catcliffe Ulley Treeton Wybourn Waverley Aughton Handsworth Manor Top Swallownest Sheffield Trains Train routes run from Sheffield and Sheffield Meadowhall to Rotherham. Our Town Centre Campus and the Construction Centre are within a 10 minute walk of the station. Beighton Halfway Aston Wales Killamarsh High Moor Thurcroft Laughton North Anston Todwick South Anston Woodsetts Kiveton Harthill A1 Dinnington Firbeck Gildingwells Doncaster M18 Gateford Worksop 1 mile 5 miles M1 6

5 (A633) A Campus locations Rotherham ICKLES College ROUNDABOUT Doncaster A630 Barnsley (B6089) Upon Wath Dearne (A633) B6060 TO ROTHERHAM Sheffield Town Centre Campus & Magna TOWN CENTRE Eastwood Lane A617 8 CAMPUS Rotherham S65 1EG T O D W I C K R D B roapham Dinnington ldcotes Anston 463 CANKLOW ROUNDABOUT B6060 eld dowhall) croft Rotherham ersley A ' 3 " Magna DC R O T H E R H A M R Dinnington Campus Doe Quarry Lane Dinnington S25 2NF M 1 D O U T G A N G L A N E R R D B C E N Y W A Y C A N K A Rotherham A630 Magna E D M O N K S B I G T E N A R A L O W R D C H U R C H L A DINNINGTON W E S C O M M O N R D O U T G A N G L A N E Bawtry A631 T B SECTION DETAIL C O R P O R A T I O N S A W T A T H O R R Y Rotherham A630 Magna T C E N T E N A R Y F R E D E P E R D R D R I C K S T R D L I T T H I G H S T L E F I E L D L A K B R E C 0 N E W R D 3 0 W A R D O H EEN ST U Q T O N R D 6 A L A U G H D R U M M O N D S T S T D O E QUA R E A S S T W O O D L A N E E A S T W O O D D O N T S N E W S T L A L I D G E T T T W H A R N C L I F Sheffield (Centre) SCHOOL Rotherham A630 W E S T B A W T R Y R Y LAN E 33 S T M1 Junction 33 F E 2 1 W A Y A N O R F O L K S T M O R P E T H S T P E R C Y S T C A S T E R - I N E S T D I X O N S T C C A A T T H H E E R R G A T E C H A T H A M S T Leeds Barnsley R D L O R D E N S H I L L M 1 A M1 TO JCT 33 & THE SOUTH W I C K E R S L E Y R D B A Level 7 and 8 Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 A TO ROTHER VA LLEY CAMPUS B Higher National Diploma Higher National Certificate BTEC Diploma / Extended Diploma A A HE Diploma HE Certificate A Level A2 / AS Study pathways MA / MSc / MBA / PhD BA/BSc (Hons) Degree Foundation Degree Foundation Certificate Vocational Diploma A 6 31 NVQ5 (Level 5) NVQ4 (Level 4) NVQ3 () A631 TO M18 JCT 1 Higher Apprenticeship Advanced Apprenticeship Access to HE (19+ years) CC D O E Q U A R R Y L A N E SECTION DETAIL Construction Centre Units 1 3 Amber Court Rawmarsh Road Rotherham S60 1RU W O R K S O P R D SCHOOL B N U R S E R 8 9 R Y T O N R D G R E A S B R O U G H R O A D Y R D 6 A 3 B NHS HEALTH ADVICE CENTRE N O R T H F I E L D R O A D D R U M M O N D S T R E ET Aston North PEDESTRIAN Anston PATHWAY Ind. Estates North Anston Dinnington Butterfly House B6060 Town centre Wickersley Thurcroft B6060 South Anston Kiveton B6060 Woodsetts Oldcotes Tickhill DINNINGTON ROTHERHAM COLLEGE CONSTRUCTION CENTRE R A W M A R S H R O A D P U N D E R P A S S W A L K W A Y C E N T E N A R Y W A Y A 6 0 ROTHERHAM INTERCHANGE E F F I N G H A M S T R E E T Level 1 (Foundation) Foundation learning Pre-Entry and Entry Level Foundation learning BTEC Diploma BTEC Introductory Diploma GCSE A C Schools Courses GCSE D G Schools Courses Level 1 Vocational Diploma Vocational Diploma Level 1 Independent Living, Choices, Skills for Employment NVQ2 () NVQ1 (Level 1) Intermediate Apprenticeship Pre-Apprenticeship Traineeships Traineeships

6 What is a vocational course? Advice for parents Vocational courses at are equivalent to A Levels; challenging, exciting and enable entry to university. They are mostly assessed by rigorous project work throughout the year, though tests and exams are part of assessment in some qualifications. For more practical university disciplines such as Media, IT, Business or Engineering; vocational learning can be a better preparation for higher education study. Our vocational qualifications are taught by staff with experience and skills from industry, in high-quality environments, which provide equipment as used in industry. Our students have lots of contact with the real world of employers and businesses through work experience, talks, visits or real-life projects. Students may undertake activities that develop skills of enterprise and entrepreneurship and take part in competitions. Making the right choice of organisation for study is critical. Whether it is to stay at school, go to vocational college or sixth form college full time; or whether to get an Apprenticeship and learn while earning. Getting a good start on the right course is essential. 18 year olds have to stay in education, but not necessarily at school Look at all the options available Take your child to Open Events Take any opportunity to attend taster events and days Look online for advice and information Vocational courses have a number of different names such as BTECs, NVQs (National Vocational Qualifications) and VRQs (Vocationally Related Qualifications) and are available at different educational levels, so the study is appropriate as students develop their skills and abilities. Vocational courses at Entry, Level 1 and help students develop their skills and move towards work or higher level courses

7 Open Events Come along to one of our Open Events where you will be able to: Visit our professional work environments Meet our industry-experienced tutors Gain insights into what our courses and Apprenticeships offer View interactive demonstrations Discuss your future options in our Career Lounge Take part in hands on taster sessions at our Saturday 17th January and Saturday 7th February Open Events Discover College life yourself Enquire about any support you may require at College whether it be additional learning support or financial Take part in tours of the campuses Scan here to book a place on one of our taster sessions or to pre-register for the Open Events. Tours and more Our support and guidance involves more than just Open Events. You can either pop in and see us or give us a call for one-to-one in depth guidance and take advantage of campus tours tailored to your needs. Please call the Enquiries Team on or to express your interest. Open Events at Town Centre Campus Wentworth Building, Eastwood Lane Rotherham S65 1EG Wednesday 12th November :30pm 6:30pm Saturday 17th January am 12.30pm Wednesday 10th June pm 8.00pm Open Events at Dinnington Campus Doe Quarry Lane, Dinnington S25 2NF Saturday 29th November am 12.00pm Saturday 7th February am 12.30pm DC Open Events at the Construction Centre Units 1 3, Amber Court, Rawmarsh Road Rotherham S60 1RU CC Saturday 17th January am 12.30pm (Please go straight to the Construction Centre) 12 13

8 Student Support Services Additional Learning Support Support for learners At Rotherham College we have a range of services to help you stay on track with your course and help you to overcome any obstacles you may face. Student Services Our Student Services Team are here to support with many aspects of student life by providing: Support with your UCAS application and helping you build an understanding of the financial support available for Higher Education Careers and progression guidance Advice and guidance on a range of personal and welfare issues, for example health and relationships Financial support to those who are entitled and advice to those who are not A confidential counselling service Enrichment activities to help you make more friends You can also contribute to the College by becoming a learner representative and/or applying to become a member of our College Crew, gaining work experience while being paid to promote the College at our events. If you need additional learning support, such as support for dyslexia, other specific difficulties or support needs around conditions related for example, attention disorders, autistic spectrum conditions, mental health, or other disabilities, we have a dedicated team who provide a bespoke learning support plan. Our aim is to ensure we do everything we can to help you to achieve on your course. Our dedicated and specialist teams will support you by assessing your learning and educational needs. A support plan will be created to help you make the most of your chosen learning opportunity. This may include adjustments to teaching, one-to-one support, workshops, in class, in small groups or assistive technology whichever suits you best. Please discuss your needs with us at any point by calling us in advance or telling us at your interview. The College prides itself on the specialist expertise we have and we are also able to work closely with other learning support specialists to ensure students get the support they need to succeed. If in doubt, please ask. Safeguarding Our Safeguarding Team within the College is dedicated to ensuring children, young people and vulnerable adults are protected from harm. Our aim is to educate children, young people and vulnerable adults and promote personal responsibility for safety, health and well-being. When there are situations that need our intervention the Safeguarding Team acts quickly, involving outside agencies when necessary to ensure students are safe. Personal Tutors Personal Tutors guide you through your course, giving support, helping you to overcome any obstacles and preparing you for a successful future. You will meet with your Personal Tutor regularly. Your Personal Tutor will be a link between you and other support services such as Student Liaison Officers. Free College Meals For students at Rotherham College Are you 18 or with learning difficulties or disabilities? If so, you could apply to receive free College meals 14 15

9 Financial support Independent Learning Centres and Virtual Learning Environment To take the financial pressures off you while studying at Rotherham College we have a number of financial support schemes in place to help you. The details may vary from year to year so please visit the student support section of our College website for the latest information. studentsupport Or scan the QR code for further information Support for Success If you are studying with us and have a household income that is under 21,000 per year you could be eligible for financial support. Some support may be in the form of vouchers. You may be entitled to receive help with the cost of: Travel Equipment costs Childcare costs UCAS application Meals at College Hardship payments Awarding body and tuition fees Other associated study costs 24+ Advanced Learning Loans If you are aged 24 or above and are looking to study a level 3 or level 4 course. The 24+ Advanced Learning Loan is available to support with the cost of all or some of your course. The loan does not have to be paid back until you are earning over 21,000 a year. For more details visit the 24+ Advanced Learning Loans section of the gov.uk website Learning how you want, when you want Your learning in College involves more than just your time with a tutor. You will have plenty of opportunities to learn and complete your studies outside of your scheduled sessions and develop skills that will help you for the rest of your life. In our three Independent Learning Centres around the College campuses you will be able to do your College work, at your own pace, with all the support you will need. They open in the evening and during holidays and have all the books, magazines and access to computers you will require to complete your course and much more besides. The Learning Centre teams will help you with planning your assignments, researching, putting assignments together, getting the best out of IT services and finding what options are open to you when your course is finished. Wi-fi around the College also means you can bring your own device and learn wherever you are on campus. Outside (and inside) of College you will have access to Moodle, our online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Here you can access course materials, interactive learning objects and talk to the staff and your fellow students whenever you want to; all you need is an internet connection. Off campus you will also be able to log on to our Virtual Desktop (VDI), which gives you access to the vast range of software and online resources available via your College account. At Rotherham College your learning is controlled by you. You will need to complete an application form available on our website. Enhanced Young Persons Fund You could receive our 18 Enhanced Young Persons Bursary worth 1,200 to help with your travel, meals and other costs if you are: In care A care leaver In receipt of Income Support (means tested benefit in your own right) Disabled and in receipt of Employment Support Allowance and Disability Living Allowance Moodle: Our online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) 16 17

10 Higher Education Elective home-educated students Considering university? We are now able to offer funded provision for home-educated young people. Each application is considered individually in order to meet the needs of the young person and their parent or carer. The College is offering an exciting range of vocational qualifications alongside Functional Skills in English and maths, therefore giving home-educated students a wide range of options at 16. We are dedicated to delivering provision and engaging with young people who want an alternative to school. We are extremely passionate about helping young people achieve their full potential and ambitions, no matter what their circumstances. For more information about this please contact Student Support on Have you thought about staying local and studying a Higher Education qualification at College? Our courses are delivered on a part-time or full-time basis with competitively priced tuition fees providing you with excellent value for money and the ability to fit your course with your work needs and responsibilities. We provide a Higher Education experience in which professional education is delivered to smaller groups, with excellent access to your tutors. We offer a range of Degrees, Foundation Degrees, Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) and Higher National Certificates (HNCs) validated by Sheffield Hallam University, University of Hull and Pearson Edexcel. For more information visit

11 Start the day off with breakfast, pop in for lunch, stop by for a coffee or enjoy an evening meal with friends. Whatever your dining requirements, call us on to make a reservation. Or visit for further information and opening times. Percy Street, Rotherham, S65 1ED Bright Skies Day Nursery Childcare from 0 5 years Open all year round 15 hours free childcare * Rotherham College Dinnington Campus Doe Quarry Lane Dinnington S25 2NF *If your child is aged between 2-5 years old In pire HAIR & BEAUTY SALONS Face Facials, eye treatments, make-up Body Massages, specialised treatments, hands and feet, hair removal Hair Styling, cutting, colouring, perming and more Rotherham College Studio Theatre Come and relax in our salons Call for bookings and appointments, or drop by the Inspire receptions Inspire.rotherham.ac.uk Town Centre Campus Inspire, Eastwood Lane Rotherham, S65 1EG Enjoy a play, panto or music concert at our College Studio Theatre, performed by our students or external theatre companies. Visit to find out about the upcoming shows. Dinnington Campus Inspire, Doe Quarry Lane, Dinnington S25 2NF The Studio Theatre is also available for hire. For further details: Phone: Town Centre Campus Eastwood Building Eastwood Lane Rotherham S65 1EG

12 Apprenticeships An Apprenticeship is a fantastic way to start your career with many businesses saying this is their preferred way to recruit. What is an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice you will be employed by a company and be paid while you learn, working alongside experienced staff to gain job specific skills. You will build up experience, knowledge and skills that will help you to work towards a nationally recognised qualification. What is involved? You will be employed by a company, usually working four days each week with the majority of training done on the job. Your employer will train you in aspects of the practical work that you require to do your job. As part of the Apprenticeship programme you will be required to attend Rotherham College. This is usually one day per week and will provide you with the training that you need to succeed on your chosen career path. We expect Apprentices to be working in paid employment for around 30 hours per week. What are the advantages? There are many benefits in doing an Apprenticeship. As an Apprentice you will earn a wage, learn the skills and gain the knowledge needed to help you progress within your chosen career. An Apprenticeship takes you into the workplace and provides you with hands-on experience from your employer. You will be trained in the skills that employers need. Once you have completed your Apprenticeship you can progress either into employment, or move onto higher level qualifications. How long does it take? Apprenticeships vary, depending on the route you wish to take. Generally Apprenticeships can take between one and two years to complete. What different levels of Apprenticeship can I do? Apprenticeships fall into three categories, Intermediate (), Advanced () and Higher (Level 4) Apprenticeships. You must have employment lined up to be able to start an Apprenticeship. The College promotes Apprenticeship vacancies as they become available with employers, these can be viewed on our website at If you are keen to follow the Apprenticeship route but are unable to find suitable employment we can help by providing a course you can do in College that will prepare you for opportunities that come up

13 Business, Accountancy and Humanities Business, Accountancy and Humanities Our highly trained and experienced staff will help you progress onto further study and your chosen career. There are many opportunities to take part in competitions, for example the Matchfit Competitions, Startup Business and Rotherham Youth Enterprise Challenge, which will give you experience in your chosen area. If accountancy is your chosen subject, you may be able to gain experience in the College s own Accountancy Clinic that works with clients from the local area who need accountancy advice and support. Our Progress to FE and Access to HE courses are designed to allow you to build up your study skills, develop knowledge in some thought provoking subject areas and prepare you for your next step. AAT Fast Track and A successful career could be just around the corner. You could start out in full-time employment as a bookkeeper or an accounts assistant. Your achievements could then continue as you develop your skills and knowledge following the completion of your course. There are many professional accountancy qualifications to choose from or alternatively you could broaden your skill set by further study in accountancy or business. All aspects of double entry bookkeeping including journals, banking, business documents and computerised accounts Preparation of financial statements for sole traders and partnerships Cost accounting VAT Professional ethics in accounting We have outstanding success on the course. Our professional and dedicated team of tutors will support you throughout your studies to ensure you gain your full potential. On successful completion you can progress on to AAT Level 4. GCSE English and maths at grade A C. Intermediate Apprenticeship in Accountancy Are you looking to enter the world of finance? You could begin your career as a junior accountant or a finance assistant. Studying the AAT qualification you will gain an overview of many different accounting functions. Processing bookkeeping transactions Control accounts, journals and banking systems Costing Working effectively in finance and accounts Computerised Accounts (SAGE) We have excellent results in accounting. These are above national average and continue to improve. Our staff are professionals who will support you along the way with your studies. This Apprenticeship will provide you with a strong skill set which you can choose to build upon with the Advanced Apprenticeship in Accountancy. GCSE Grades A C in maths and English. Business, Accountancy and Humanities 24 Further information: or

14 Business, Accountancy and Humanities Business, Accountancy and Humanities Advanced Apprenticeship in Accountancy A career in accountancy could be closer than you think and you soon could be adding the role of a trainee accountant technician or an assistant accountant to your CV. During your Apprenticeship you will gain exposure to bookkeeping, auditing, tax and payroll. You will develop many transferrable skills that could be valuable in many organisations. AAT Diploma in Accountancy Employer rights and responsibilities Personal thinking and learning skills Functional Skills in maths Functional Skills in English We have excellent results in accounting. These are above national average and continue to improve. Our staff are professionals who will support you along the way with your studies. On successful completion you can progress on to AAT Level 4. Apprenticeship in Accountancy, if not candidates will require a GCSE in maths grade A* C. Higher Apprenticeship in Accountancy A career in accountancy could be closer than you think and you could soon be adding the role of a trainee accountant technician or an assistant accountant to your CV. During your Apprenticeship you will gain exposure to bookkeeping, auditing, tax and payroll. You will develop many transferrable skills that could be valuable in many organisations. You will study financial performance, financial statements, budgeting, and two optional papers from cash management, credit management, personal tax, business tax and auditing (options are dependent on majority of class) You are also expected to write a word report on internal controls and accounting systems Level 4 Business/Project Management Certificate We have excellent results in accounting. These are above national average and continue to improve. Our staff are professionals who will support you along the way with your studies. Upon successful completion you may decide to continue in employment or consider studying towards a degree. AAT (either studied or as an Apprenticeship) GCSE English and maths at grade C or above Extensive prior knowledge in accountancy Business Administration Diploma Level 1 An introduction to the world of business could take you towards the role of a junior admin assistant or a business sales administrator. This introductory course will provide you with an insight into where your career may lead and the skills you will need to achieve your goals. Business enterprise Sales and customer service Teams and communication Personal finance and financial services Careers and employment in business The course will provide you with the opportunity to develop a variety of skills including: Teamwork Communication Employment Presentation Enterprise You will be involved in a variety of projects which will include developing a business idea and presenting it as part of a group. These are designed to improve your enterprise and employability skills. If a business role is for you then you could choose to progress onto the Business Level 2 course or possibly a Business Admin Apprenticeship. You will need to have completed your GCSEs and your time at school. Business Diploma A general overview of the world of business. This course is designed to give you the appropriate skills so you can begin your career as a customer service representative or a business support assistant. Business communication Working in business teams Customer relations in business Business organisations and purposes How to provide business support The course will provide you with the opportunity to develop a variety of skills including: Teamwork Communication Employment Presentation Enterprise You will be involved in a variety of projects which will include developing a business idea and presenting it as part of a group. These projects are designed to improve your enterprise and employability skills. Afterwards you could choose to study the Business or possibly progress on to a Business Admin Apprenticeship. Four GCSEs at grade D including English Or Edexcel BTEC Level 1 (QCF) in Business Administration A good reference Business, Accountancy and Humanities 26 Further information: or

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