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NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Creating a Business Start-Up
The qualification is designed for learners seeking the skills and knowledge needed to develop a business start-up. It will give learners an understanding of the initial processes and requirements of a business start-up, knowledge of the first steps in creating a business start-up, including the marketing, legal and financial requirements, and an understanding of how to write a business plan.
This accredited e-Learning course is just one of our collection of training courses that lets you develop new skills geared around you and your life. You can choose how, when and where to study, while we make sure you get all the support and guidance you need to succeed. Programmes are delivered online or with pre-arranged support.
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Who is this course for?
This qualification is designed for learners who want to gain an understanding of business start-ups.
How do I enrol?
To apply for this course online at www.oncoursesouthwest.co.uk and simply click on the 'How to Enrol' button and complete the Enrolment Form and one of our customer service team will be in touch or call to speak to one of our friendly Learning Advisors on 01752 660713. You will be invited to undertake an initial assessment to ascertain your levels of English and maths prior to entry on this course of study.
Previous L1 maths and English achievement and Initial Assessment online
The qualification is designed for learners seeking the skills and knowledge needed to develop a business start-up. It will give learners an understanding of the initial processes and requirements of a business start-up, knowledge of the first steps in creating a business start-up, including the marketing, legal and financial requirements, and an understanding of how to write a business plan. This qualification will: focus on the study of starting a business; support learners in creating a business plan. The objective of this qualification is to: gain an understanding of the steps of creating and developing a business start-up; develop an awareness of business skills; increase self-awareness and aid personal development.
NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Creating A Business Start-Up - It comprises of four mandatory units, Initial Steps for a Business Start-Up; Marketing for a Business Start-Up; Legal and Financial Considerations for a Business Start-Up; Developing a Business Plan. This qualification is internally assessed with an externally quality assured portfolio of evidence.
How will the course be delivered?
All courses are exclusively delivered via an online learning, self-study programme
How will I know I'm making progress?
You will receive regular feedback from an assessor following completion and submission of individual units You will also receive weekly updates of progress as well as any outstanding items.
Will I need to study or practise outside the classroom?
Your study pattern is self-managed, but a commitment of 2 - 3 hours per week is suggested to enable successful completion of the course within the timescale of 20 weeks.
What will I need to take to the course?
You will need the use of a desktop or laptop computer with access to the internet.
Learners could progress to the following qualifications; AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting level 2 NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques Learning Advisors will be happy to provide you with information of what progression is available. Visit our website at www.oncoursesouthwest.co.uk or contact us on 01752 660713 to make an appointment.
Our Learning Advisors will be happy to provide you with information on career opportunities and will be able to help you make a plan of action to achieve this.
Most courses attract a subsidy from the Education and Skills Funding Agency and can be used to match fund for ESF. It is a requirement of the ESFA that you complete various forms at different stages of your course, further information is available on request. Courses are subject to a minimum number of enrolments and could be cancelled if recruitment is low. In some cases, an alternative class at a different location may be offered. Terms and conditions are available at https://www.oncoursesouthwest.co.uk/learner-information/essential-information-for-every-learner