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Business & Management Online Courses
West London College offer Business & Management courses will both, help you get your business career off the ground, and enable you to gain promotion and advancement in an existing career.
Our ILM courses will suit those of you who want to take on more responsibility, lead teams, manage companies and/or engage in mentoring others. We select the best online courses, ILM are UK’s leading provider of leadership, management and coaching qualifications.
Access to Higher Education qualifications are also on offer, these provide a stepping stone to University, especially for those who have currently not got the right qualifications.
West London College online courses use cutting-edge technology
Our training materials are current and interactive. All our learning materials are on PEARL, our hi-tech Virtual Learning Environment. Course learning materials are a ‘content rich’ mixture of text, case studies, business graphics, spreadsheets, videos, quizzes, games and more.
Join our learning community
Whilst studying Business & Management qualifications with us, you will be supported by an Assessor, and you will receive further support from your peers through our online learning community. There will be an online opportunity to network, create personal and employer profiles, build a CV, and showcase your talents.
Fit your study around your life
You can study our Industry-recognised and accredited qualifications 24/7 on our cutting edge IT platform. - PEARL The array of real-world examples and self tests, contained in the learning materials, will help you acquire real and practical business knowledge and skills.
Explore our Business courses above and take the next step in your career.
Government backed loan could fund your course
All our RQF courses, ones (carrying the 19+ icon) attract 19+ Advanced Learner Loan funding, which you can apply for through our site. This kind of loan can cover the cost of your fees and doesn’t have to be paid back until you are earning £21,000 a year or over.