Level 3 management course, worth doing? (need answer by tomorrow!) Watch

lj789
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I am on a gap year and I was offered to do a Level 3 (i suppose it's NVQ) management course . I've completed 5 A-Levels this year - wondering if the NVQ will make my qualifications 'don't look that good'. (as told by my parents)

Instead should I go for the Level 5 Award in management (= a degree)

I don't know whether i should take it because i am going to do a computing degree in a year and this course seems to be irrelevant.
On the other hand it may improve my chance of getting a good industrial placement:confused: what do employers generally think about that?

is this course well-recognised? is it worthwhile to do?
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nvq level 3 is classed as advanced - which puts it up there with A-level and Btec so I would say definitely worth doing doing =)
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It would set you apart from other candidates when you apply for jobs, it's worth it
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definately worth it. money, work experience and an extra qualification to go on your cv.
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