Business btec coursework

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  • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business
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  • BTEC Level 1/2 First Award in Business

A Levels are made up of AS and A2 courses. You take AS exams at the end of the first year as a stepping-stone qualification. The marks from your A2 in the second year are added to the AS to give you your final grade at A Level after 2 years. All the courses are split up into 2 modules each year and you can re-take AS modules in the second year to improve your marks. If you pass these courses, you are given a grade from A to E. All these grades are accepted as passes by universities and employers, not just the A-C grades as for GCSEs. It is important that you have a good level of Maths and English skills before you start A Level study. You will usually need a grade C in English and a minimum of a D in Maths, plus any other specific requirements set out under the subject entries.

This course is ideal for those with a National Certificate in related topics, or a relevant A Level, to further their studies, and also for those intending to progress to degree level by a part-time course is proving very popular with graduates from other fields now working in civil engineering, and with people from Europe working in London and seeking to extend their technical education, using the part-time route. It is also a very cost effective way for local students to continue to work their way through a technical education using the day release route.

● Components of a business model, including:
o results of researching the market, including identifying potential customers
(businesses or individual consumers) and competitors
o goods or services – make or buy
o means of delivering to customer, . internet only, franchise, direct sales
o business aims – the long-term visions or goals
o business objectives – measurable targets to help achieve the overall aims of
a business, importance of making objectives SMART (specific, measurable,
achievable, realistic and time-related)
o stakeholders and their influence on the business, . owners, employees,
customers, financiers, suppliers, local community
o finances and costs for start-up
o providing evidence to justify why the idea will succeed

Business btec coursework

business btec coursework

● Components of a business model, including:
o results of researching the market, including identifying potential customers
(businesses or individual consumers) and competitors
o goods or services – make or buy
o means of delivering to customer, . internet only, franchise, direct sales
o business aims – the long-term visions or goals
o business objectives – measurable targets to help achieve the overall aims of
a business, importance of making objectives SMART (specific, measurable,
achievable, realistic and time-related)
o stakeholders and their influence on the business, . owners, employees,
customers, financiers, suppliers, local community
o finances and costs for start-up
o providing evidence to justify why the idea will succeed

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