Business Administration & Computing, Level 2 (60 credits)
Our programme is designed and developed with the aim of increasing your skills and knowledge in the use of office technology including computing and text processing. On the programme you will also develop skills and knowledge in customer service, reception work and will improve your written and verbal communication.
We include some literacy and numeracy unit standards within this programme so you have the opportunity to get NCEA Level 1 or 2 if you didn’t finish them at school.
We run our classes Monday to Thursday, 9am – 3pm. Our campus at 144-152 Ingestre Street is an easy walk from the bus or there’s parking available. Our programme runs for 21 weeks so you have the opportunity to get qualified by July 2017!
- Programme Starts - 13 February 2017
- Programme Ends - 7 July 2017
- Break - 14 April - 23 April
Who can attend?
You must be over 16 years and no longer at school.
You must also be one of the following:
- a New Zealand Citizen, or a New Zealand permanent resident currently living in New Zealand
- or a Cook Island, Nuie or Tokalau citizen,
- or an Austrailian citizen who is currently living in New Zealand, or an Australian permanent resident who has a returning resident visa and is currently living in New Zealand
- or a refugee with refugee status who is directed to study as part of residency requirements
AND not have an existing qualification at Level 2 on the National Qualification Framework (NQF)
Please note that you will need to provide a birth certificate or passport as evidence of identity and age on enrolling.
It’s fees free!
What qualifications are offered on the programme?
You have the opportunity of completing the following qualifications through this programme:
- National Certificate in Business Administration & Computing, Level 2
- National Certificate in Education Achievement (NCEA), Level 1 or 2
These qualifications will give you a great base to start your career from, and the skills and knowledge you need to continue study onto a Level 4 programme or a diploma.
What will I learn about?
Over 20 weeks the following topics will be covered:
- Customer service
- Text processing
- Producing written communications
- Word processing
- Using office equipment
- Workplace health and safety
- Communication in the workplace
- Time Management
We will also give you some insight into how you learn best. Everyone has their own learning style. If you understand your learning style, you can apply this to all that you do to achieve success!
A graduate of this programme will:
- Be able to apply text processing skills to produce business and organisational documents
- Have developed communication skills both verbally and written
- Be able to create software solutions such as databases and spreadsheets to solve business problems
- Understand how to manage and protect computer data
- Be able to use office technology and operate business equipment
How we will help with your next steps?
We know what further study is available to you and can help you complete study applications or recommend what courses would be best suited to your career goals.
We will also teach you how to:
- Read job advertisements to determine role requirements
- Create a covering letter
- Create a targeted CV
- Undertake job searching using Seek and Trade Me Jobs
- Interview with a potential employer
Want more information?
If you need some more information, just call us! We are really happy to talk with you about your study options. If our course is not right for you, we will point you in the direction that can help you achieve your goals.
Our number is free phone 0800 GET T4U or 06 349 0047.
How do I get started?
Contact us today and register your interest for this programme!
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