Global Business Communication (French, German, Spanish)
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The vocational Level 1/Level 2 award in Global Business Communication is a vocational MFL qualification that will develop the learner's ability to work more effectively in the global economy. This qualification is available in French, German and Spanish with first teaching in September 2017.
British Academy research "Born Global" indicates that language competence should be seen as a major enabling skill and delivered within a context of broader employability skills.
This subject uses e-submission for the submission of candidate work to WJEC for moderated or assessed units/components. For more information and guidance on the process please visit the e-submission webpage.
What are the benefits
This qualification is designed to create independent learners who will not only develop skills associated with language learning such as; communication skills, literacy, problem solving and, creativity, but also gain an understanding of the personal benefits of language competence and the importance of cultural awareness in the world of work.
Learners will develop skills in the foreign language to be able to undertake activities such as:
International work and travel
Building global customer relationships
Global sales and marketing
Briefing sessions to introduce the new course are taking place at consortia MFL network meetings throughout the autumn term.
Structure of Qualification
|Unit Number||Unit Title||Assessment||GLH|
|3||Global Customer Relationships||Internal||30|
|4||Global Sales and Marketing||Internal||30|
For further information, please contact:
Subject OfficerClaire Parry
029 2240 4298
Subject Support OfficerGillian Wells
029 2240 4298
E-Assessment029 20 265328
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Principal Examiners' Report
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