• Pearson Edexcel HND Business and Marketing

    Pearson Edexcel HND Business and Marketing

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The Edexcel Level 5 HND qualification is a UK accredited course which is internationally recognised.

The HND is a modular Business programme equivalent to the first two years of a degree and with one year of extra study at a UK University it can become a BA Honours Degree.

We offer a Top Up BA Hons Business course, also online which you can access once you have completed your HND.

Find more details here BA Hons Top Up Distance Learning Course

This qualification is a foundation course, aimed at students who would like a good knowledge of all Business and Marketing aspects.

As the HND is part of the Qualifications and Framework (RQF) it has transferable credits of a minimum of 240.

The HND in Business and Human Resources has 15 units.

 

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Key Benefits

  • The Level 5 HND Business and Marketing will increase your earning potential
  • Successful completion will give you a nationally and internationally recognised qualification
  • The HND qualification is recognised as an access course onto a BA Honours Degree
  • The HND course gives you a strong foundation in Business
  • Develops your knowledge and academic ability, the HND is viewed by employers as a vocational course as it prepares you for careers in the workplace
  • This course is eligible for you to apply for a National Union of Students Card (NUS Extra). Once enrolled on your course you can apply direct from the NUS website
Course Details

Pearson Edexcel HND Business and Marketing

The HND consists of 15 units.

Course Content

15 Units

Business and the Business Environment

  • Provides learners with an understanding of different organisations
  • Understand the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments

Marketing Intelligence

  • Understand the purchase decision-making process
  • Recognise situations that influence buying behaviour
  • Exploration of marketing research process

Managing Human Resources

  • Builds knowledge and understanding developed in Human Resources
  • Understand the application of Human Resource Management

Operations Management

  • Understand the operations function within an organisation
  • Develop knowledge to include elements of product and job design, planning and control

Management Accounting

  • Analyses of cost information, both current and future
  • Budgetary planning and control
  • Preparing forecasts and budgets

Business Law

  • Explain the basic nature of the legal system
  • Illustrate the potential impact of the law on a business
  • Suggest appropriate legal solutions to business problems
  • Recommend appropriate legal solutions based upon alternative legal advice provided.

Financial Accounting

  • Record business transactions using double entry book-keeping, and be able to extract a trial balance
  • Prepare final accounts for sole-traders, partnerships or limited companies in accordance with appropriate principles, conventions and standards
  • Perform bank reconciliations to ensure company and bank records are correct
  • Reconcile control accounts and shift recorded transactions from the suspense accounts to the right accounts

Managing a Successful Business Project

  • Establish project aims, objectives and timeframes based on the chosen theme
  • Conduct small-scale research, information gathering and data collection to generate knowledge to support the project
  • Present the project and communicate appropriate recommendations based on meaningful conclusions drawn from the evidence findings and/or analysis
  • Reflect on the value gained from conducting the project and its usefulness to support sustainable organisational performance

Research Project

  • Develop skills of independent enquiry and critical analyses

Organisational Behaviour

  • Understand individual and group behaviour in organisations
  • Manage behaviour in the workplace

Product and Service Development

  • Explain and demonstrate processes involved in new product or service development
  • Assess the life-cycle stage of the products or services in a company’s portfolio and evaluate whether innovation, adaptation or renovation are needed for the individual products or services
  • Design and pitch a new/renovated product or service
  • Demonstrate an ability to critically reflect on the skills of team working, creative development and presentation

Integrated Marketing Communications

  • Design and produce content appropriate to the channel and communication objectives
  • Devise communication objectives and justify appropriate channel selection and integration
  • Evaluate different marketing channels and how they serve communication objective
  • Demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate a case study involving communication strategy, channel choice and creative content

Digital Marketing

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the opportunities, challenges and impact of the digital environment
  • Examine key digital tools, platforms and channels, comparing and contrasting bricks and mortar and other physical channels
  • Determine how to organise digital marketing activities and build multi-channel capabilities in an organisation
  • Evaluate methods of monitoring and measuring digital marketing effectively

Business Strategy

  • Knowledge and understanding of how a business unit can strategically organise and plan for likely future outcomes

Developing Individuals and Teams

  • Analyse employee knowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR
  • Analyse the factors to be considered when implementing and evaluating inclusive learning and development to drive sustainable business performance
  • Apply knowledge and understanding to the ways in which high-performance working (HPW) contributes to employee engagement and competitive advantage
  • Evaluate ways in which performance management, collaborative working and effective communication can support high-performance culture and commitment

 

Entry Criteria

Students must:

  • Students must be over 18 years of age
  • English language fluency to IELTS Level 5.5. (International students only)
  • Have a related Level 3 qualification or related work experience (paid or unpaid)

Start Date

  • Every Monday, excluding UK Bank Holidays

Course Duration

  • Approximately 24 months

Course Assessment

  • Completion of an assignment for each unit
  • No examinations

Study Support

  • Students are allocated a UK-based Tutor
  • Tutors are available by telephone and Moodle Messaging (email via the Virtual Learning Environment) to discuss course materials and provide support and assistance with assignments
  • Students Services are available by telephone and email to assist with any issues or concerns during your course

Course Delivery

  • The course is a self-study course. It is delivered via an online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) called Moodle
  • All course materials are available online

Required Study Time

  • 4 to 6 weeks per unit
  • You will be given a timetable to follow
Fees & Funding

There are several ways you can pay for your fees.

Level 5 HND Business and Marketing

£3250 GBP, plus Edexcel Registration Fee £292.98

The course fees cover all study materials, personal tutor support and assessments.

Instalment Option

Note: There is a £100 admin charge if using this option

Deposit and Registration Fee: Deposit £551 plus registration fee

Eighteen instalments of £155.50 payable on the 1st of each month after the start of the course

 

Loan Option

Loans available for UK students (subject to status) – minimum 10% deposit of complete fee then 0% APR over 6, 10 or 12 months.

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