Business Administration Apprenticeship

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image_sector_businessadminAround 4.5 million people help to keep business running in the public, private and not-for profit sectors. This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers by attracting new talent into a career in business and administration and help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire.

Intermediate apprentices will work in roles such as administrators, office juniors, receptionists, medical receptionists, junior legal secretaries or junior medical secretaries.

Suitable job roles include:

  • Administrators
  • Junior legal secretaries
  • Accounts clerk
  • Data entry clerk

Business benefits:

With over 60 units available covering a huge variety of tasks, no matter how specialist a job role there will be a unit to match; building specialist skills and knowledge to support the growth of your company. Fill your skills gaps, motivate your workforce and improve your bottom line.

The range of units includes:

  • Contribute to running a project
  • Support the organisation of an event
  • Plan and organise meetings
  • Make and receive telephone calls
  • Use electronic message systems
  • Use a diary system
  • Meet and welcome visitors
  • Store and retrieve information
  • Monitor information systems
  • Order products and services

In addition to completing work based assessments apprentices will complete a knowledge certificate and, depending on previous qualifications, Functional Skills in English and Maths. The Knowledge certificate may include:

  • Principles of maintaining stationery stock
  • Principles of project management
  • Principles of managing information and producing documents
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