Course Type / Attendance


Part Time

Subject Area


Business

Start Date


Call 0191 511 6000

Course Length


2 days

Location


Bede

Department


Adult

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Who is this course for?

This programme is suitable for those who wish to seek employment in business administration and is designed to give basic knowledge regarding the process of Minute Taking.

What do you need to apply for the course?

Those wishing to undertake this course must be aged 19 or over. You will need to have at least a Level 1 English skills as writing is a key element of the course.

What are the key things you'll learn?

This course is designed to explore basic skills with regard to Minute Taking.

The course will support learners who have not been involved in Minute Taking previously and will give them a basic understanding of the processes involved.

Learners will complete tasks to enable them to understand the process involved when creating an Agenda and also taking and typing up Minutes.

How you will learn

This is a practical, classroom based course with interactive activities to assess knowledge and skills.

Where could this course take you?

To support career development, you could also complete:

  • Get Ready for Business Administration
  • Get Ready for I.T. in Business Administration
  • Level 2 Certificate in Business Administration

What costs will you incur?

This course is FREE for anyone who is in receipt of:

Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), including those receiving   National Insurance credits only.

Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and are in the work-related activity group (WRAG)

Universal Credit, and earn either less than 16 times the appropriate age-related rate of the national minimum wage / national living wage a week, or £338 a month (individual claims) or £541 a month (household claims)

Other state benefits and earns either less than 16 times the appropriate age-related rate of the national minimum wage / national living wage a week, or £338 a month (individual claims) or £541 a month (household claims)

Or anyone who: wants to be employed, or progress into more sustainable employment, and they earn either less than 16 times the appropriate age-related rate of the national minimum wage / national living wage a week, or £338 a month (individual claims) or £541 a month (household claims) and the learning is directly relevant to their employment prospects and the local labour market needs.