Business Education is a dynamic and challenging group of interrelated subjects:
Accounting & Finance
The Accounting and Finance Course allows the development of numeracy and thinking skills. Accounting relates to many aspects of everyday life and, therefore, gives learners experiences which are topical and which develop skills for learning, life and work.
The Administration course involves experiential learning, encouraging the integration of skills, knowledge and understanding through practical activities. Its use of real-life contexts makes it relevant to the world of work, and its uniqueness lies in developing IT skills in an administration-related context. The course is designed for those who are interested in administration and practical uses of IT in the workplace.
The purpose of the Business Management Course is to develop learners’ understanding of the way in which businesses operate in the current dynamic, changing, competitive and economic environments, and to encourage enterprising attitudes. This Course combines practical and theoretical aspects of business learning through the use of real-life business contexts and therefore gives learners experiences which are topical.
Courses on offer:
- S1/2 CfE Broad General Education
- S3 ICT with Business
- National 4 Administration and IT
- National 4 Business Management
- National 5 Accounting
- National 5 Administration and IT
- National 5 Business Management
- Higher Accounting
- Higher Administration and IT
- Higher Business Management
- Advanced Higher Accounting
- Mr I Arthur, Principal Teacher Learning and Teaching
- Mrs P Brown
- Mrs L Dyett
- Miss N Ferguson
- Mr M McGowan
- Mrs E Simpson