Business Law An introduction SCQF Level 7
A detailed introduction to important aspects of business law.
Why take this course?
This Unit is incorporated into the HNC Accounting, HNC Business and HNC Administration & IT qualifications. On completion of the Unit, candidates will be able to:
- Explain the main sources of Scots Law
- Explain the law of contract
- Distinguish the legal characteristics of the various types of business organisations and relationships
For further information, please visit the SQA website.
Credit points and level: 1 HN credit at SCQF level 7: (8 SCQF credit points at SCQF level 7)
What you will experience
This Unit is primarily intended for candidates who require a knowledge of legal matters in a business context. It will give you a broad yet detailed introduction to business law and associated practices/processes, and is designed to introduce you to the framework of law as it applies within the business environment. It will examine the sources of Scottish law, the contractual relationships between individuals, the contractual relationships between individuals and businesses, and the distinction between types of business relationships.
The materials for this course are provided as web-pages for you to work through online. As you progress through the course materials you will find written explanations of each feature, followed by practical exercises.
This course requires you to manage your workload independently, and will involve attendance at a campus or centre - often for assessment purposes only.
Achievement of Core Skill Communication at SCQF level 6, or Higher English or equivalent, is recommended.
What you will need
Students are responsible for securing unit resources listed.
What you need to know
This course involves an additional SQA fee. Please see our Courses Explained page for further information on costs.
Please note that fee waivers or ILA funding may apply.
At North East Scotland College
Students may progress from an HNC to an HND or ACCA course, or move directly into employment. The HND course offers progression to ACCA or again directly into employment as assistant accountants, supervisors or financial or cost accountants. The ACCA course once completed allows the student to apply for accounting positions in the profession or within industry, and gain the relevant work experience to achieve full membership of the Association.
For more information about job opportunities, salaries and employment rates in this industry, visit the Career Coach website.
Pre-entry guidance is required prior to booking a place on this course. Please contact Brenda Bryce, Distance Learning Co-ordinator by email or on 01346 506014 in the first instance for more information. When submitting your distance learning application form, please ensure you attach the additional information sheet listing qualifications and previous knowledge with your application. You may be required to attend College for assessment. Please check if this is a requirement for your course.
|1 September 2017||40 Hours over 6 Months||£120.00||
|Paper applications only|
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