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1 School of BUSINESS & ENTERPRISE NC BUSINESS NC ADMINISTRATION HNC/D ADMINISTRATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY HNC/D BUSINESS HNC/D HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA OF HIGHER EDUCATION (BUSINESS) NC ACCOUNTING HNC/D ACCOUNTING NC LEGAL SERVICES HNC/D LEGAL SERVICES NC ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS HNC/D ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS HNC/D MARKETING NQ FASHION MERCHANDISING HNC/D RETAIL MANAGEMENT 58

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3 NC BUSINESS NC ADMINISTRATION (SCQF 5/6) This one-year course introduces you to the knowledge and practical skills you ll need to work in the business sector. Achieve 12 units at level 5 or above and you will be awarded the National Certificate in Business at Level 5. Complete the course successfully and you ll be able to study for further qualifications at HNC level. Three or more relevant Standard Grade passes including English at Grade 3 or above, or equivalent (Intermediate 1 or 2 at C or above) You ll study eight mandatory units Recording Cash Data, PC Passport: IT Software Spreadsheet and Database, PC Passport: IT Software Word Processing and Presenting Information, Communications, Enterprise Activity, Marketing: Basic Principles, Skills for Customer Care, Market Operations and the Scottish Economy. You must also complete 4 optional units to obtain the NC Business Group Award. Students will complete an additional 6 optional units further developing skills and knowledge relevant to a contemporary business environment. Optional units may include:- Marketing and Operations, Personal Development, Business Enterprise, Crime and Society, The UK Economy. For a full list of optional units please see the website. Career this course will prepare you for a range of customer facing jobs in the public and voluntary sectors in Call Centres, Financial Services, Sales and Marketing, Personnel, Retailing, Administration, Trainee Management Continuing study apply for our HNC courses, including Business, Human Resource Management, Administration and Information Technology, Legal Services, Advertising and Public Relations, Accounting One year, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Amanda Muir on or (SCQF 5/6) This is an updated vocational award which will prepare learners for a wide range of employment opportunities. The aim of this course is to equip you with the crucial skills and knowledge which will allow you to pursue a career as an Administrator in the business environment. Assessments during the course are ongoing and involve both practical and theoretical tasks. A minimum of three Standard Grade passes at Grade 3 or above (or equivalent), one of which should be English A selection of core units includes - Information Technology; Word Processing; Front of Office; Central Services; Managing your Time and Resources; Handling Business Documents; Researching and Preparing Presentations; Event Organisation; Communication. A selection of optional units includes - Spreadsheets for Administrators; Skills Development for Administrators; Audio; Human Resources; Administration; Recording Cash Data. Career if you do not wish to progress immediately to further study, the course also equips you with practical and vocational skills which provide opportunities for employment in the administrative function in a range of businesses Continuing Study you may be considered for entry to various HNC/D courses across the College, e.g. HNC/D Administration and Information Technology One year, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Ellie Sneddon on or 60

4 HNC/D ADMINISTRATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (SCQF 7/8) The course provides a broad range of skills and knowledge to give you lots of opportunities for jobs or further study. You ll develop specialist skills in IT, project management, research and planning. HNC One Higher at Level C or above in English (or an Englishbased subject such as History, Administration, Modern Studies or Business Management) AND Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A National Qualification including Communication 4 and appropriate Administration/IT modules, OR: SVQ Level 2 in Administration If you do not meet the above requirements, then you may still be considered, at the Course Leader s discretion, for a place on the HNC Administration and Information Technology programme if you have relevant work experience. HND Two Highers at C or above including English (or an English-based subject such as History, Administration, Modern Studies or Business Management) For direct entry to year two this may be possible if you complete the HNC Administration and Information Technology Group Award with 12 credits or more, including mandatory credits. us to find out more The subjects you ll study include: HNC IT in Business: Word Processing and Presentation Applications, Spreadsheets, Databases, Office Administration, Office Technologies, Recording Financial Transactions, and Personal Development Planning. HND IT in Business: Advanced Word Processing, Advanced Spreadsheets and Advanced Databases, Office Management, Business Information Management, Project Management and Presentation Skills. You ll also be able to choose from optional units. Career a personal assistant or administrator in the public and private sectors Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of HND Administration & Information Technology. HND apply for third year of BA Management, Technology and Enterprise, BA Management or BA Business at Glasgow Caledonian University or BA Information Management and BA Human Resource Management at the University of the West of Scotland HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s / Riverside Campus. HNC Liz McConville on or HND Ellie Sneddon on or

5 HNC/D BUSINESS (SCQF 7/8) The course provides skills and knowledge necessary for many careers typically in industry, banking, insurance, civil service, local government and distribution. Today, the internet is an important part of business, so we have updated the course to include analysing and using information for strategic purposes. HNC One Higher pass in an appropriate subject such as Business Management, Modern Studies, Economics, History, English, OR: NC in Business or appropriate NQ with passes in Communication, Business Decision Areas, Economics and Finance HND Two Higher passes in appropriate subjects such as Business Management, Modern Studies, Economics, English, History, OR: An NC in Business or an appropriate NC with passes in Communication, Economics, Finance, Law For entry to the second year of the HND: 15 credits, including a pass in Graded Unit 1, from the first year of your HND Business If you have three Higher Grade passes, you may be able to take the Diploma of Higher Education in Business see page 64 for details. The subjects you ll study include: HNC Marketing, Business Accounting, Management, Information Technology, Communication, Economics and Graded Unit 1 (Exam). HND Micro & Macro Economics, Behavioural Skills, Law, Financial Forecasting, Business Culture and Strategy, IT Applications, Statistics, Graded Unit (Project), Managing People, Communications, Accounting and Marketing. There will also be a series of optional units. Career HNC: trainee positions in management or team leader in industry and commerce. HND: trainee positions in management and administration in industry, commerce and the public sector (for example, local government and the civil service) Continuing study HNC: apply for HND Business second year or degree courses in either first or second year. HND: apply for second year of degree courses and third year of various business degrees such as BA/BA (Hons) Management, Technology and Enterprise or BA/ BA (Hons) Management at Glasgow Caledonian University (third year direct entry) HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s / Townhead. HNC - Gerry McCrear on or HND - Amanda Muir on or 62

6 HNC/D HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SCQF 7/8) This innovative and flexible course prepares you for a career in personnel management and related areas in human resource management. It also provides a breadth of study and a mix of skills that qualify you for other careers and for degree-level education. HNC One Higher Grade pass at Grade C or above, English preferred (alternatively Modern Studies, Economics or History) Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at Band 3 or above, OR: A National Qualification including Communication 4 and appropriate subject modules HND Two Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above including English (alternatively, Modern Studies, Economics or History) Two other passes at Standard Grade or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: An HNC in Human Resource Management The subjects you ll study include: HNC Human Resource Management: Introduction; Individual Employment Relations: Law; Interviewing; Recruitment, Selection & Induction; Graded Unit. Plus Optional Units from - Managing People and Organisations (double credit), Human Resource Management: The Business Context, Presentation Skills. HND Collective Employment Relations: Law; Employee Resourcing; Business Culture and Strategy; Graded Unit. Plus optional units from - Applied Continuing Professional Development: Research Methods Human Resource Management, The International Context, Interpersonal and Group Skills, Collective Employment Relations: Law. A full list of units for the HNC/D can be found on our website. Career recruitment, supervisory management, training as personnel or HR assistants Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of the HND Human Resource Management course. HND: apply for university degree courses first, second or third year, depending on performance and your choice of University and course HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. Irene Watson on or

7 DIPLOMA OF HIGHER EDUCATION (BUSINESS) (SCQF 8) The course is a collaboration between City of Glasgow College and the University of Strathclyde Glasgow designed to give you entry straight into the third year of the BA degree programme at Strathclyde Business School a qualification highly regarded by employers. Three Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above, including English (or alternatively, suitable subjects such as Modern Studies, History or Economics) and Two other passes at Standard Grade or equivalent at band 2 or above, preferably including Mathematics or Intermediate 2 passes will also be considered Year One Business Law, Economics, Managing People, Principles of Marketing, Psychology, Information Technology and Statistics. Year Two You will develop in more detail two of the principal subjects from year one. Marketing Subjects: Consumer Behaviour/Marketing Research. Law Subjects: Discrimination Law/Employment Law. Human Resource Management Subjects: Work and Organisational Psychology/Work Psychology for Human Resource Management. Core Subject: Management Development 2. Elective Subjects: International Marketing; European Union Law. Career marketing, legal services, management, human resource management and administration in industrial and commercial sectors, and in teaching, the public sector and research Continuing study apply for the third year of the BA Business at the University of Strathclyde Glasgow, where you will study further your two principal subjects from year two of the diploma. You can also apply for courses at other universities Two years, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Sean Crossan on or NC ACCOUNTING (New Framework) (SCQF 5/6) Accountancy is a career in itself, and it can also lead to other job opportunities in industry and commerce, or in public and government service. The NC programme provides a comprehensive introduction to accounting concepts and procedures. It also lays the foundation for further study at HNC/D level. Three or more Standard Grade passes at Grade 3 or above, or equivalent (Intermediate 1 or 2 at C or above) Candidates without these passes who have relevant work experience will be considered The units you ll study include: Financial and Management Accounting, Computer Applications: Accounting, Preparing Final Accounts, Developing Skills for Employment, Handling Wages & Salaries, Information Technology for Administrators. You will also study optional units. Career you would be able to apply for accounting work at an administrative or clerical level Continuing study once you have completed this course you should be able to progress to HNC Accounting course at the College, which in turn leads to an HND, and then a university course One year, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Nicola Darroch on or 64

8 HNC/D ACCOUNTING (SCQF 7/8) This course will prepare you for further study at University or for the courses run by professional accounting organisations like ACCA, CIPFA and CIMA. It will also equip you with the knowledge and understanding you need to begin work in an accounts department in industry or the public sector. It includes the information technology skills employers require in today s job market. The course suits both those with or without previous accounting knowledge. One Higher Grade pass at Grade C or above preferably in one of the following: English, Mathematics, Physics or Accounting and Finance, (other Highers or 3 Intermediate 2 Grade A passes may be considered by the Curriculum Leader) OR: A NC Accounting Group Award or a NC in another discipline with at least 15 credits, OR: Work experience may also be considered in lieu of qualifications HND 2nd year direct entry: an HNC Accounting with 12 or more credits, including all mandatory credits HNC (HND Year 1) The core units you ll study include: Recording Financial Information, Preparing Final Accounts, Using Financial Accounting Software, Management Accounting using Information Technology, Cost Accounting, and Accounting Graded Unit 1. You can also choose from optional units. HND (Year 2) The core units you ll study include: Financial Reporting and Analysis, Accounting for Specialised Transactions, Management Accounting for Decision Making, Management Accounting for Planning and Control, Business Taxation, and Accounting Graded Units 2 and 3. You can also choose from optional units. Career accounting firms or accounts departments in businesses, government bodies and many other organisations Continuing study HNC: go on to complete an HND by studying at City of Glasgow College for another year or join the final level of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Day Release course at this College. HND: apply for second or third year of a University degree course. With an HND you are also exempt from the foundation-level exams for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and can therefore proceed to study at their higher levels. HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. HNC/D Year 1 Stephen Arbuthnot on or HND Year 2 Chris Atkinson on or 65

9 NC LEGAL SERVICES (New Framework) (SCQF 5/6) The course equips you with crucial skills and knowledge for a career as a paralegal or in legal administration. Three Intermediate 2 passes at Grade 3 or above (or equivalent), one of which should be English The core units you ll study include: Scottish Legal Framework, Law in Employment, Law of Contract, Property Law, Family Law, Crime in Society, Introduction to Legal Rights and Obligations, and Introduction to Consumer and Investor Protection. Please note that some content may change. Continuing study apply for HNC/D Legal Services and other related HNC/D courses. You need the equivalent of 15 credits and a satisfactory reference from your law lecturers One year, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Peter Scott on or

10 HNC/D LEGAL SERVICES (SCQF 7/8) The course provides a thorough, broad based qualification a foundation on which you can build a professional career in the diverse and dynamic legal services sector. It offers knowledge, vocational skills and professional attributes. HNC One Higher Grade pass, preferably English. We ll also consider Modern Studies, History or Economics Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A National Qualification including Communication 4 and appropriate subject modules HND Two Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above, including English (we ll also consider Modern Studies, History or Economics) Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A National Qualification including Communication 4 and appropriate relevant subject modules HNC The subjects you ll study include: Scottish Criminal Law, Scottish Criminal Procedures, and Commercial Law. HND The subjects you ll study include: Commercial Law, Scottish Legal System, Scots Private Law, Property Law, Communication, Ethics & Cash Handling, and Legal Research Techniques. Career HNC: solicitors firms, the Scottish Legal Aid Board, Police Service, Scottish Courts Service, and legal departments in local authorities and the financial sector. HND: paralegals in solicitors firms, careers in the Scottish Legal Aid Board, Police Service, Scottish Courts Service, legal departments in local authorities and organisations in the financial sector. Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of the HND Legal Services. HND: apply for second year BA Law at the University of the West of Scotland and BA Business Law at Edinburgh Napier University, and Degree courses at other universities. If you achieve the stipulated grades of the University admissions officers, there are opportunities for you to apply for the LLB Degree with University of Strathclyde, University of Glasgow or Dundee University. Stirling University and Aberdeen also provide opportunity to study at LLB level. LLB applications should be accompanied by a high standard of achievement throughout all subjects across the two years of the HND and a positive level of attendance throughout your studies. HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Allan Glen s. Steven Murray on or 67

11 NC ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS (SCQF 6) Want a career in the advertising and public relations sector or intend to go on to higher level courses? On this course you ll produce advertising campaign materials and public relations media products, and put industry practices into action. You ll also promote a real event, following a live brief. Three or more passes at Standard Grade or equivalent at band 3 or above that must include English in some cases a combination of modules and Standard Grades will be accepted Good communication skills Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview. You ll need to show a genuine interest in an advertising and PR career The core units you ll study include: Advertising; An Introduction, the Role and Functions of Public Relations in Organisations, Marketing Mix, Advertising: Media Campaign Planning, Implementing a Public Relations Campaign, and Introduction to Branding. You ll also be able to choose from optional units. Career a junior role in an advertising or public relations business. Continuing study apply for a range of our HNC/D courses. One year, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. Jacquie Shaw on or

12 HNC/D ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS (SCQF 7/8) The course trains you for a career in the communication industries. You ll develop an understanding of the nature and function of advertising and public relations, within a wider marketing and marketing communications framework. You ll also learn how to communicate effectively in this environment. You ll make presentations and pitches to industry professionals, prepare project work and carry out assignments. You ll meet a number of industry guest speakers and contacts and in second year, there is a course educational study visit to New York. There is a large social media component to the course, reflecting industry practice you will study units in this area, and be then expected to use appropriate social media throughout the course. HNC Higher Grade English at Grade C or above, and two other passes at Standard Grade or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A relevant National Qualification (NQ) including Core Skills Higher Communication (or equivalent) and appropriate subject modules HND Two Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above, including English, OR: A relevant NC or NQ including Core Skills Higher Communication or equivalent, and appropriate subject modules Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview where you ll need to show a genuine interest in advertising and public relations. Adult learners with some relevant experience in, or who hope to move into Advertising and PR may be accepted subject to interview Some of the core units you ll study include: Year 1: Advertising Industry, PR, Digital and Social Media, Corporate Identity, Consumer Behaviour, Media Law Year 2: Advertising Campaign, PR 2, Media Analysis, Marketing, Digital Imaging Project. You ll also be able to choose optional units. Career work in advertising agencies, public relations consultancies, social/digital media companies and promotion consultancies or in the advertising departments of industrial, commercial or media-based companies. There are a number of work experience and placement opportunities throughout the course. Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of the HND Advertising and Public Relations. HND: apply for third year of Degree courses at universities including Glasgow Caledonian, Napier, Queen Margaret University and the University of West of Scotland, and access to second and third year entry in a number of English universities. HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. John Heuston on or The knowledge I gained from working with experienced lecturers helped me go straight into employment after graduating. Mark Pettit HND Advertising & PR 69

13 HNC/D MARKETING (SCQF 7/8) The course helps you develop the skills you ll need to work in marketing and business. It covers marketing theory and buyer behaviour, as well as the main operational areas of marketing research, promotion and selling. Course work includes projects and assignments as well as traditional extended response questions. You ll be assessed continuously throughout the course. HNC One Higher Grade pass at Grade C or above (preferably English, or a subject such as Modern Studies, Economics, History or Business) Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A relevant National Qualification or Certificate including Core Skills Higher Communication and appropriate subject units Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview where you should be able to show a real interest in Marketing HND Two Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above including English (Modern Studies, Economics, History or Business) Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview where you should be able to show a real interest in Marketing Adult learners with some relevant experience in, or who hope to move into the marketing area may be accepted subject to interview If you have three Higher Grade passes, you may be able to take the Diploma of Higher Education in Business course see page 64 for details. The core units you ll study include: HNC Principles of Marketing, Principles of Promotion, Marketing Research Theory, Consumer Behaviour and the Marketing Process, Brand Management, and Principles and Practice of Selling. HND - Marketing Planning Process, Integrated Marketing Communications, Sales Management, Marketing Research Applications, Marketing Relationships, Service Marketing and Marketing: Graded Unit 2. Career marketing, promotion or export departments of industrial or commercial companies Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of HND Marketing. You can also apply for first or second year entry to BA degree courses at the University of the West of Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian, Stirling, Edinburgh Napier University, and Queen Margaret University College. You can apply for Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) courses offered by the College. The CIM contact at the College is Peter Provan - HND: apply for second or third year entry to BA Degrees at the University of the West of Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian, Stirling, Edinburgh Napier University, and Queen Margaret University College. You can apply for Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) courses offered by the College. The CIM contact at the College is Peter Provan - HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. Tom Dickson on or 70

14 NQ FASHION MERCHANDISING (SCQF 5/6) The course is designed for people who want a career in the business side of the fashion industry. It also qualifies you to move on to higher-level courses. You will have access to experience the fashion opportunities in Glasgow, the UK s largest shopping location outside London. Towards the end of the course you ll put on your own themed fashion show. Three passes or more at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, including English We advise you to apply early as this course is very popular and places are limited Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview you ll need to show a genuine interest in the fashion industry The core units you ll study include: Introduction to Fashion, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Media Studies Fashion Higher, Buying, Textiles, Understanding the Retail and Distributive Industries, Marketing, and Event Organisation. You ll also choose from optional units. Career the fashion industry buying, merchandising, styling, marketing, promotion and other retail areas Continuing study apply for further study in a range of HNC/D courses at the college One year, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. Jacquie Shaw on or

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16 HNC/D RETAIL MANAGEMENT (SCQF 7/8) The course prepares you for a career in the retail industry where there is a growing need for qualified people to fill trainee management positions. You ll carry out case studies, projects and assignments we ll assess your progress continuously. To expand the learning experience in the second year, you ll do a work placement. We also organise industrial visits and study tours. HNC Higher English at Grade C or above (or another relevant Higher) Two other passes at Standard Grade, or equivalent at band 3 or above, OR: A National Qualification including Core Skills Communication Higher and Computing, or an appropriate SVQ Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview where you ll need to show a real interest in the retail industry HND Two Higher Grade passes at Grade C or above including English, (or a relevant Higher) OR: A National Qualification including Core Skills Communication Higher or an appropriate SVQ Before we offer you a place, we ll invite you to an interview where you ll need to show a real interest in the retail industry Adult learners with some relevant experience in, or who hope to move into the retail management area may be accepted subject to interview. The core units you ll study include: Year one Retail Environment, Stock Presentation, Retail Security, Stock Management, Retail Law, Creating a Culture of Customer Care, and Graded Unit 1. Year two Store Design and Layout, International Retailing, Corporate Store Image, Comparative Retailing, Work Experience, and Graded Unit 2. You ll also have the option of including Principles of Retail Buying, Fashion Merchandising, and Marketing Planning for a Domestic Market. Career HNC: employment at junior management level in the retail industry Continuing study HNC: apply for second year of HND Retail Management. You can also apply for first or second year entry to relevant degree programmes at Glasgow Caledonian University, Stirling University, Queen Margaret University or Robert Gordon University. HND: apply for third year entry to a BA Degree course in Retail or related discipline at Glasgow Caledonian University. You can also apply for third year entry to related Degree programmes at Stirling University, Queen Margaret University and Robert Gordon University HNC one year, starting in August. HND two years, starting in August. City Campus Charles Oakley / Allan Glen s. Maureen Houston on or 73

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