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Medical Administration – Level 3

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QE3BMDMA
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  • Is this course for you?

    Are you looking to change career or improve on your existing qualifications to help you gain employment in an administration role? Then this course will provide you with a stepping stone to your goal.

    The L3 medical administration qualifications were developed in partnership with AMSPAR (The Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists). They will prepare the learner to work in the field of medical administration learning skills in medical terminology and data protection. On completion learners will gain the skills and knowledge required to work in the medical sector. Learners have the opportunity to develop their skills in word processing and audio to a level 3 standard which provides necessary skills to work in higher level administration roles.

  • Required qualifications

    Formal qualifications are not necessary for adult learners, or those who have previous experience in an administrative role. Applicants will be interviewed and their options in relation to the appropriate level of course will be discussed.

  • What skills will I develop?

    There is the opportunity to develop skills in communication, administration and practical elements of working in a medical environment. Skills in word processing and computerised system for filing to include audio and PowerPoint.

  • Careers

    Learners can progress to becoming medical administration staff working in a selection of environments such as doctors surgeries, hospital ward clerks, receptionists and medical secretaries. It should be pointed out that skills are transferable into other administrative roles for example, hotel receptionist, office administration roles.

  • Work experience

    There is no formal work experience on either of these course, but students are welcome to find a placement should they wish to do so to enhance their knowledge, skills and behaviours.

  • English and maths

    English and Maths are integral to gaining employment and are embedded into the programme of study to support your development and progression in these important skills. It is important to have a good level of maths and English to be employed in the sector.

    Communication whether verbal or written is essential in an administrative role, and you will develop these skills to enhance your employment opportunities.

  • Other important information

    The course is a mix of internal assessments and external examinations. Exam as set by City and Guilds and take place in November and June.

    Learners will be required to work at home on their studies as well as at college. There is a recommend textbook for this course and learners are encouraged to purchase this.

  • Is this course for you?

    Are you looking to change career or improve on your existing qualifications to help you gain employment in an administration role? Then this course will provide you with a stepping stone to your goal.

    The L3 medical administration qualifications were developed in partnership with AMSPAR (The Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists). They will prepare the learner to work in the field of medical administration learning skills in medical terminology and data protection. On completion learners will gain the skills and knowledge required to work in the medical sector. Learners have the opportunity to develop their skills in word processing and audio to a level 3 standard which provides necessary skills to work in higher level administration roles.

  • Required qualifications

    Formal qualifications are not necessary for adult learners, or those who have previous experience in an administrative role. Applicants will be interviewed and their options in relation to the appropriate level of course will be discussed.

  • What skills will I develop?

    There is the opportunity to develop skills in communication, administration and practical elements of working in a medical environment. Skills in word processing and computerised system for filing to include audio and PowerPoint.

  • Careers

    Learners can progress to becoming medical administration staff working in a selection of environments such as doctors surgeries, hospital ward clerks, receptionists and medical secretaries. It should be pointed out that skills are transferable into other administrative roles for example, hotel receptionist, office administration roles.

  • Work experience

    There is no formal work experience on either of these course, but students are welcome to find a placement should they wish to do so to enhance their knowledge, skills and behaviours.

  • English and maths

    English and Maths are integral to gaining employment and are embedded into the programme of study to support your development and progression in these important skills. It is important to have a good level of maths and English to be employed in the sector.

    Communication whether verbal or written is essential in an administrative role, and you will develop these skills to enhance your employment opportunities.

  • Other important information

    The course is a mix of internal assessments and external examinations. Exam as set by City and Guilds and take place in November and June.

    Learners will be required to work at home on their studies as well as at college. There is a recommend textbook for this course and learners are encouraged to purchase this.

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