Is it a named degree? such as in a specific field.
The BA is bachelor of arts the honours though are confusing, most named degrees require 360 points including mandatory passes in certain courses and a minimum pass to be met to be awarded honours.
It could be this is a degree in a work related field, some of these only require 240 points, but I didnt think you were awarded honours for these. (you live and learn I suppose)
or it could be an open degree but again for the award of honors its 360 points, 240 without.
If you supplement your question with a bit more info, such as what subject the degree relates too and if this is a uk recognised quailification, I will check for you.
Oh and it if it helps at all, in Britain it would be an undergraduate degree.
having read your supplement I have checked with my uni, this degree is an undergraduate bachelors degree, it is a work related/vocational qualification, though it is a degree in its own right it is not equivalent to a named degree in a specific subject or a full open degree, it is equivalent to a diploma in a named subject.
I hope this helps :-)
for further information you could check out the open universitys web site,they list the requirements for all courses they provide and give quite detailed explainations of the differences between qualifications.