Intermediate Level Apprenticeship in Business Administration
Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration
Higher Apprenticeship in Business Administration
These qualifications are 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.
Advanced apprentices will work in roles such as administration executives/officers, administration team leaders, personal assistants or secretaries, including legal or medical secretaries
Aims and objectives of these qualifications
The aim of this apprenticeship framework is to provide employers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors with a business and administration workforce who have the skills, knowledge and competencies to support business systems, processes and services and who can contribute to making businesses more efficient and productive.
build a competent business administration workforce, providing organisations of all sizes across all sectors the staff needed to increase productivity and efficiency
tap into the skills and talents of a diverse population by providing a flexible entry route into a career in business administration
equip individuals with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to undertake business administration roles in a range of business settings
provide apprentices with an opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and experience they will need to progress to roles with additional responsibilities and onto further and higher education, if they wish to do so
There are no mandatory entry requirements for these apprenticeship qualifications. However we are looking to attract applicants who have a keen interest in business and/or a particular interest in legal or medical administration careers. We expect applicants to demonstrate a “can do” attitude and have at least basic numeracy and literacy skills on which the apprenticeship will build.