Do You Stand Out in the Crowd?

Be different! Broaden your knowledge and skills base!  Despite popular belief; a qualification doesn't make a great deal of difference to career success; but the things you learn, and your capacity to think laterally and adapt to change; can make a huge difference.

Research indicates that people who have a broader based tertiary education tend to develop more successful careers. This course provides a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to study an unconventional combination of practical disciplines in order to provide a very broad capacity to adapt and apply yourself in a wide variety of industry roles.

A Broad Based Course Makes Perfect Sense in Today's world

Decisions you make now can affect career opportunities that emerge tomorrow. The workplace is changing faster than ever; and most of the job opportunities that you will find after completing your studies, haven't even been thought of yet.
There are an infinite number of choices which a person can make about their career path; and an infinite number of paths you can set yourself on. 

  • Some paths may take you to a desirable place; while others might not.
  • Some paths are easier to get onto than others.
  • The thing that many people do not appreciate is that most paths have many different entry points. It is often easier to jump from an undesirable path to a more desirable path than to get onto a desirable path when you are on no pathway at all.



This course requires you to complete a small number of core modules in order to provide a foundation in management and industry.



These core modules are:

  • Project management
  • Business studies
  • Instructional Skills
  • Introduction to Psychology.
  • Research Project I
  • Research Project II
  • Industry / conference seminars - 50 hrs each from 2 different industries.This may involve attending conferences, trade shows, seminars, committee meetings or any other activities considered to be a serious networking and learning opportunity.



There are hundreds of options to choose from!   A further 14 modules must be selected from at least 3 and no more than 4 of the following disciplines; and a minimum of two modules from each discipline you choose.

  • Horticulture
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental Management
  • Leisure Industries
  • Health Sciences and Fitness
  • Business
  • I.T.
  • Photography
  • Writing, Journalism and Publishing
  • Hospitality
  • Tourism

Elective modules chosen must be approved by a tutor.

2,100 hours

Do You Want to be Successful in Everything You Do?

The first and most important step in finding a satisfying career path is to get started in the workplace. Get a job, any job, as soon as you can. It doesn’t matter too much what your first job is. It might be delivering pizzas or newspapers, mowing lawns, washing cars or working in a fast food restaurant. It doesn’t even need to be paid. It can be a volunteer job.

If you are studying at secondary school or university, still try to do some part time work at the same time. An education is always important, but the majority of people who study something will end up working in something different to what they studied. Even doing volunteer work or starting a small business while you are a student can have a major effect upon your prospects after you complete your studies.

Experience and learning acquired through part time employment are often just as impressive to a future employer as the qualification you are studying. Either one without the other may put you in a less advantageous position in the future.

Once you have a job, keep looking for opportunities to improve your situation, whether in the existing job, or by moving on to something different. You will learn skills in every job you do, even if they are not skills you recognise at the time. As you progress through your career you will build on your skillset and develop new skills. Even if you change career you will often still be able to draw on skills you have developed in a different career, just in a different context. 



Just go to the top of this page for pricing and enrolment options. If you have any questions you can contact us now, by:
Phone (UK) 01384 44272, (International) +44 (0) 1384 442752, or

Email us at [email protected]