Business Administrator - Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship (Starting between August 2024 and July 2025)

Start Date: Between 01/08/2024 and 31/07/2
Site: Employer Premises


Course Overview

The Business Administrator Level 3 standard provides apprentices with a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours that can be applied in all sectors and industry. The role may involve working independently or as part of a team and will involve developing, implementing, maintaining and improving administrative services. Business administrators develop key skills and behaviours to support their own progression towards management responsibilities.

Work Experience & Industry Placements

Industry related employment required.

Qualification Gained

Apprenticeship in Business Administration Level 3.

After The Course

With this qualification and a good workplace reference, you can progress to higher level courses (level 4), an Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3), Management or channel your future career into Marketing, HR, Recruitment and Accountancy.

What Will I Learn

The programme develops key skills in decision making, producing documents, planning and organising and project management to support progression to management. An in-depth knowledge of the organisation and wider business environment is developed through compliance of regulation, policies and processes, valuing your skills, engaging with stakeholders and consideration of external environmental factors. Role modelling behaviours and making a positive contribution to organisational culture is reflected in your professionalism, personal qualities, adaptability, performance and adaptability.

English And Maths

You need at least two GCSEs at grade 4 (C), including English Language and Maths.

Teaching Learning and Assessment

As an apprentice you will need to develop, implement, maintain and improve administrative services. As you are expected to work independently and take responsibility for the outcomes of your work you will be monitored and supported by your employer and an apprenticeship assessor.