Apprenticeships: Business Administration

Apprenticeships: Business Administration
The Business Administration Apprenticeship is about playing an important and effective support role within a business. 97% of employers say that effective administration is essential to their business, so administrators do a crucial job. A Business Administration Apprenticeship is ideally suited to employees covering roles such as organising people and resources, including, administration assistants, data entry and office based staff. As a Business and Administration Apprentice, the training will depend on the employer and job role. Tasks could include typing up board meeting documents, putting financial information together in spread sheets, sending the daily post, or faxing and photocopying confidential documents. This sort of work requires a strong sense of responsibility, accuracy and attention to detail.



Apprenticeship type

Practical assessment  

Learning format
Work based training  

Apprenticeship duration
15 months  

Further development opportunities
Progression can include the following:
  • Advanced Apprenticeship – L3 Business Administration
  • Customer Service Level 2 or 3
  • Team Leading (ILM Level 2)
  • Management (ILM Level 3)
Dependent on job role and responsibilities  

What do you get?
NVQ in Business Administration Level 2  

Cost
Funding available for learners16-18, 19+
Employer contributiondependent upon age oflearner at start and duration ofprogramme

Apprenticeship overview

The Business Administration Apprenticeship is about playing an important and effective support role within a business.   97% of employers say that effective administration is essential to their business, so administrators do a crucial job.  

A Business Administration Apprenticeship is ideally suited to employees covering roles such as organising people and resources, including, administration assistants, data entry and office based staff. As a Business and Administration Apprentice, the training will depend on the employer and job role. Tasks could include typing up board meeting documents, putting financial information together in spread sheets, sending the daily post, or faxing and photocopying confidential documents. This sort of work requires a strong sense of responsibility, accuracy and attention to detail.  

All training and assessment is completed in the workplace, so disruption to busy work schedules is kept to a minimum.  

Qualifications
An apprentice will achieve a number of recognised qualifications.
  • NVQ in Business Administration Level 2
  • Technical Certificate in Principles of Business Administration (demonstrating knowledge and understanding)
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities Workbook
  • Functional Skills (Maths, English and ICT).  

Apprenticeship content
  • Telephone duties
  • Receptionist
  • Filing
  • Data management
  • Arranging meetings
  • Dealing with post
  • Operating equipment – computers, email, fax, photocopier
  • Finance
  • Working with a team
  • Dealing with orders and banking.

How to register
Training for this course is booked on demand. To register your interest please contact Paige Godsell at paige.godsell@bmf.org.uk or call 02476 854980.
Where
England

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