QQI Certificate in Business Studies (5M2102) –NFQ Level 5
This course provide learners with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of information and communications technology and practical IT skills required in the performance of a broad range of administrative and organizational tasks.
It suits learners who want to acquire computer skills for the first time. It also suits learners who may have been in the work force before but who now need to update and develop new skills. The course will build confidence and those who complete it will have gained improved communications and interpersonal skills. Participants will develop excellent keyboard, IT and accountancy skills and learn the basics of good business administration. Classes take place from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm, Monday to Friday.
- Word Processing
- DeskTop Publishing
- Accounting- Manual and Computerised
- Business Administration
- Personal Effectiveness
- Work Experience
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
Higher Education Links:
Examples of Progression to Higher Education:
Graduates may use their qualifications to apply for a place in a variety of Higher Education Institutions. For information on all relevant higher education links visit www.qqi.ie ,www.cao.ie and the websites of the relevant higher education institutions. Intending applicants are advised at all times to confirm linked awards, any additional module requirements, applications processes and scoring systems with the Admission Offices of the participating Higher Education Institutions or visit www.cao.ie
WIT – Ballsbridge College has a progression agreement with WIT linking this course’s QQI award (5M2102) to a range of WIT degrees.Please see https://www.wit.ie/future_students/fe_progression/further-education-progression-scheme
Graduates may apply for part-time Management, Accounting and Finance degree programmes in ITT.
What Our Students Say:
“As mature students we highly recommend this course. We have developed a high level of computer skills, have improved our confidence and feel prepared for job placement. The teachers are very patient and generous with their time and there is a good college atmosphere”
Anne Cummins, Gloria Nugent, Priscila Sousa and Teresa Sheridan, graduates