FdA Human Resource and Business - Wolverhampton - West Midlands - University of Wolverhampton Business School - I28164

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FdA Human Resource and Business

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  • Objectives
    # This professionally focused qualification allows you to gain relevant academic knowledge and skills, so you can assume responsibility within the workplace and progress within your chosen career # You will investigate key areas of business, such as routes to effective management, the fundamentals of business finance and important aspects of international management
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * 160-220 tariff points including a minimum of 140 points from one or more full 6-unit awards or one 12-unit award * Point of entry to the course is worked out on an individual basis * You may be invited to attend an interview offering the chance to see our facilities * The typical route of entry to this award will be for people already working within a personnel or human resource department * Applicants will normally apply to the University of Wolverhampton via the partner employers, where Walsall College will act as a conduit * Applications from mature students returning to academic study after a number of years in work are particularly welcome * Where applicants would not qualify as mature students, the standard entry requirements for the Foundation Degree will be used * If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience - check out the UCAS tariff conversion table via the UCAS website
  • Academic title
    FdA Human Resource and Business
  • Course description
    FdA Human Resource and Business

    Programme

    -Year 1 introduces you to the fundamentals of people and financial management. It covers organisations, competition and the business environment, and encourages you to develop your employability skills. Workshop Learning and Development (in Year 1 and 2) brings you face-to-face with real-life business situations.

    -Year 2 considers the economics of human resourcing, and management issues for business. It also investigates the interactions of people, work and society, and looks at key principles of international management.
     
    -Year 3 explores change management, customer service and quality, and human resource issues for business. Systems for management are considered, and you get the chance to prepare a research project of your choice.

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