Business Administrator Apprenticeship (Level 3)
Craven Park Training and Enterprise Centre
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On completion of this apprenticeship you will have gained experience and/or knowledge of the following:
Producing accurate records and documents
Making effective decisions
Building and maintaining positive business relationships
Confidence to communicate face to face and in writing
Choosing the most appropriate IT solution to suit the business problem
Undertaking and leading on projects
Practical knowledge of managing stakeholders
Applying laws and legislation’s within your role
Understand organisational structures and the benefits they have
Demonstrating integrity, reliability, self-motivation and pro-activity
Anyone aged 16 or over can apply for an apprenticeship. You cannot be self-employed and must have lived in the UK or EU for the past three years to be eligible.
You must be working in a business administration role with responsibility for a project and you will have had some experience of working within an office previously. If you are not currently employed, we will do our best to support you into employment before commencing this apprenticeship.
The Level 3 apprenticeship is an advanced level equivalent to two A level passes and can be an excellent starting point to move into management or senior support roles. Successful completion could also support a pathway to university
What qualification(s) will I achieve?
You would gain:
Level 3 Business Administrator Apprenticeship Standard
English and Maths Functional Skills Level 2 (for those that have not achieved a grade C or level 4 or above).
Why this apprenticeship?
Do you take pleasure in organising and supporting others in making sure everything runs smoothly? Do you already have some office experience? If so, this apprenticeship and the important support role you will play could be for you.
The standard is designed to meet the skills needs of employers and equip learners to work in a variety of administrational workplaces and roles.
Advanced apprentices will work in roles such as admin officers, personal secretaries, receptionists etc. They will have the skills, knowledge, behaviours and competencies to manage business systems, processes and services and play an important part in making businesses run smoothly.
What can I do after this apprenticeship
Operational Support Supervisor
Overseeing reception and administration staff
Organising rota’s and cover for annual leave
Supporting with events
Maintaining and overseeing stationery stock and orders
Attending sensitive meetings, taking and typing up minutes
Support and lead a small team
Build relationships with customers
Train and develop staff
Run team meetings
Manage a small budget
Analyse data and produce reports
Record and analyse pupil data
Support principle with confidential issues
Monitor attendance through record keeping
Liaise with parents and carers
Create and design documentation
Supervise junior members of the team
Business Relationship Manager
Creating/preparing client files
Completing trust documents
Collating information from clients to create plans