GCE AS and A level subject content for businessIntroduction1.AS and A level subject content sets out the knowledge, understanding and skills common toall AS and A level specifications in business.Aims and objectives2.AS and A level specifications in business must encourage students to: develop an enthusiasm for studying business gain an holistic understanding of business in a range of contexts develop a critical understanding of organisations and their ability to meet society’s needsand wants understand that business behaviour can be studied from a range of perspectives generate enterprising and creative approaches to business opportunities, problems andissues be aware of the ethical dilemmas and responsibilities faced by organisations andindividuals acquire a range of relevant business and generic skills, including decision making,problem solving, the challenging of assumptions and critical analysis apply numerical skills in a range of business contextsSubject content3.Previous study of business should not be a requirement.4.The AS course must provide a free-standing, coherent course of study.5.A level specifications must further develop higher-level skills and extend beyond AS in termsof breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding.6.All content and assessment material included in A level specifications must represent acoherent whole, and demonstrate clear and logical progression to further study and training.Published: April 2014
7.Knowledge, understanding and skills set out in the AS and A level specifications must: enable students to investigate different types and sizes of organisations in variousbusiness sectors and environments, with an awareness of local, national and globalcontexts, recognising that they face varying degrees of competition enable students to: 8. identify business opportunities and problems investigate, analyse and evaluate business opportunities and problems apply numerical skills, including those indicated in the Annex make justifiable decisions using both qualitative methods and quantitativemethods, including those indicated in the Annex identify and understand how businesses adapt to operate successfully in adynamic business environmentpromote an holistic understanding of business and enterpriseIn addition, A level specifications must require students to: apply basic business concepts to a wider range of contexts understand and apply more sophisticated concepts and techniques analyse, interpret and evaluate more complex business information take a more strategic view of business opportunities, problems and issues9.All AS specifications must cover the following core knowledge, understanding and skills. Thiscore must constitute 60% of the AS specification content.The following areas of study must be applied through a range of types and sizes of businessorganisations in different contexts.Area of studyExternal influencesMarketingAccounting and financeAmplification The market Competition Identifying and anticipating customer needs Marketing mix Product life cycle Budgeting Cash-flow forecasting2
People in organisationsOperations management Break-even analysis Ratio analysis Motivation Leadership Organisation design Employer/employee relationships Quality Productivity Added value10.All A level specifications must cover the following core knowledge, understanding and skills.This core must constitute 60% of the A level specification content.The following areas of study must be applied through a range of types and sizes of businessorganisations in different contexts.Area of studyBusiness objectives and strategyMarketingAccounting and financePeople in organisationsAmplification Different stakeholder and business objectives Strategy and implementation Risk and uncertainty Identifying and anticipating customer needs Marketing mix Product life cycle Budgeting Cash-flow forecasting Break-even analysis Ratio analysis Motivation Leadership Organisation design Employer/employee relationships3
Operations managementExternal influencesBusiness analysisChange Quality Productivity Added value The market Competition Global context Political, social, economic and technologicalfactors Ethical, legal and environmental issues Forecasting Data analysis Market analysis Decision making Measures of performance: financial and nonfinancial Causes and effects of change Managing change4
Annex: quantitative skills in businessIn order to be able to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding in business, students needto have acquired competence in the quantitative skills that are relevant to the subject content andwhich are applied in the context of a business A level, including: calculate, use and understand ratios, averages and fractions calculate, use and understand percentages and percentage changes construct and interpret a range of standard graphical forms interpret index numbers calculate cost, revenue, profit and break-even calculate investment appraisal outcomes and interpret results interpret values of price and income elasticity of demand use and interpret quantitative and non-quantitative information in order to makedecisions interpret, apply and analyse information in written, graphical and numerical formsQuantitative skills not in bold do not form part of the AS core content requirement; however, anawarding organisation may include them in their AS specifications.The assessment of quantitative skills will include at least level 2 mathematical skills as a minimumof 10% of the overall AS marks and as a minimum of 10% of the overall A level marks.These quantitative skills may be assessed across the assessment objectives. Crown copyrightReference: DFE-00358-20145
AS and A level specifications in business must encourage students to: develop an enthusiasm for studying business gain an holistic understanding of business in a range of contexts develop a critical understanding of organisations and their ability to meet society’s needs and wants understand that business behaviour can be studied from a range of perspectives generate enterprising and .
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