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Do you have what it takes to be the next Elon Musk, Mary Barra or Gabe Newell? Business is big in the UK with around 5.7m private sector businesses producing a turnover of £1.9 trillion each year. As James Dyson said, “Business is constantly changing, constantly evolving.”

Business is one of the most diverse subject areas with many students going on to have successful careers in management, retail, accountancy, and sales and marketing. In larger organisations, it’s not uncommon to start as an apprentice or trainee and work your way up. Students who go on to university or degree-level study could start out on graduate training programmes to get an all-round experience of a company.

Our tutors have widespread worldwide experience and deliver courses that are practical and relevant to today’s fast-changing business world. The fresh, modern and inspiring learning environment has excellent facilities to guarantee an enjoyable and informative course.

Students will also benefit from the strong relationships the college has built up with a wide range of thriving local businesses and entrepreneurs as well as support from organisations like Natwest. Work experience and placement opportunities are a key part of studying business, as are hearing talks from guest speakers and meeting industry experts on visits nationally and abroad.

Business T-Level.

Business T-Levels are a high-quality, work-focused alternative to A-Levels for young people once they've completed their GCSEs. T-Levels are one of the main routes through which a young person will enter the sector.

We go on lots of trips and have the opportunity to go out on work placement, this has been really valuable to me in developing new skills and learning about the industry in our area. I’m keeping my options open between university, apprenticeships and employment, the course has prepared me for all available options. I now have a place to study Politics at Leeds University.

Beth Hall-Fletcher, Business Level 3

There is a wide range of part-time business courses available, plus degree-level study and apprenticeship (including higher-level apprenticeship) options at Kendal College.

We also run a range of professional business services courses, including accounting and HR!

Meet your tutor

Beverley Davis

A business qualification can take students anywhere and opens up a world of possibilities; from climbing the ladder in the corporate world to using the skills learned on the course to start up their own business. Financial and business education gives students practical and valuable skills in whatever employment area they choose to follow.

View our courses

Business Management HND (Part-Time)
Degree-level 5 26th Sep 2022 1 Year

You'll explore the basics of marketing, economics and finance, as well more specialist areas like business law and management reporting. BTEC Higher Nationals are designed to provide a specialist vocational programme, linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate.

Business Management HNC
Degree-level 4 26th Sep 2022 1 Year

You'll explore the basics of marketing, economics and finance, as well more specialist areas like business law and management reporting. BTEC Higher Nationals are designed to provide a specialist vocational programme, linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate.

Business Management HNC (Part-Time)
Degree-level 4 26th Sep 2022 2 Years

You'll explore the basics of marketing, economics and finance, as well more specialist areas like business law and management reporting. BTEC Higher Nationals are designed to provide a specialist vocational programme, linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate.

Principles of Team Leading
Distance learning 2 27th Sep 2022 12 Weeks

If you are interested in studying leadership, this course will develop your knowledge and understanding of how to successfully lead a team. You will develop knowledge of the principles of team leading and the general workings of a business as well as how important it is for a team leader to successfully communicate with a range of stakeholders.

Business T-Level
Full-time 3 Sept 2022 2 Years

T-Levels are a high-quality, work-focussed alternative to A-Levels for young people once they've completed their GCSEs. T-Levels are one of the main routes through which a young person will enter a wide range of roles in the business and finance sector.

Business & Enterprise
Full-time 2 Sept 2022 1 Year

If you are inspired to explore a career in Business then this introduction to Business course will give you an excellent base on which to develop skills in areas such as business presentation skills, personal and business organisational skills, experience of work, personal communication skills and team working skills. The learning programme usually takes place over 3 days per week and will include the opportunity to study Maths and English to further add to your skills and qualifications.

Microsoft Excel 2016 (Introduction)
Part-time N/A 19th May 2023 1 Day

This is an introductory course designed to introduce the learner to Microsoft Excel. The course will provide you with a working understanding of the basic functions and features of Microsoft Excel and teach you to make professional working spreadsheets, displaying data using charts and graphs. You will also learn many tools and techniques which will improve your productivity whilst using Excel.

Health & Safety in the Workplace
Part-time 2 21st Oct 2022 1 Week

Employers are responsible for providing safe and healthy workplace conditions as well as the right systems and methods for safe activities. Nevertheless employees also have a vital part to play in the equation. They need the right knowledge and the right attitude which demands proper training in the basics of health and safety, as well as specific training for individual tasks.