• Qualifications in Business Administration

Business Administration Apprenticeships

Business Administration Apprenticeships can cover many different job roles across hundreds of sectors in business's large and small. The skills and knowledge you'll gain during the course of your Apprenticeship will be of value to lots of employers. This wide range of jobs combined with the broad array of skills you'll acquire mean that a Business Administration Apprenticeship could be the stepping stone to a successful career. At ATT we currently offer Business Administration Apprenticeships at Intermediate and Advanced level.

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Intermediate Level in Business Administration

  • There are no mandatory entry requirements, but a keen interest in business and administration, a "can do" attitude and basic numeracy and literacy skills will stand you in good stead.
  • To complete the Apprenticeship the apprentice must have completed the following:

    Mandatory units:
    • Communication in a business environment
    • Manage personal performance and development
    • Develop working relationships with colleagues
    • Principles of providing administrative services
    • Principles of business document production and information management
    • Understand employer organisations

    Plus a wide range of optional units which you can choose to best meet the business requirements.

    Transferrable Skills
    English, Maths and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) level 1 or equivalent.

    Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)
    All apprentices need to show that they have a good understanding of employee rights and responsibilities.

    Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
    This consists of important skills that are needed in the work environment and include:
    • Creative thinking
    • Independent enquiry
    • Reflective learning
    • Team working
    • Self management
    • Effective participation

    The qualifications are achieved through teaching, learning on the job, e-learning, workshops and assessment.

    On completion of the Apprenticeship the apprentice must be able to undertake the full range of duties, in the range of circumstances appropriate to the job, confidently and competently to the standard set by the industry.
  • The Apprenticeship is a minimum of 12 months and 412 minimum Guided Learning Hours.
  • The Intermediate Apprenticeship is suitable for Administration Assistants/Executives, Clerks, Receptionists etc and can work across most sectors including Retail, Financial Services, Hospitality, Sport & Recreation, Health & Social Care, Telecommunications, Travel & Tourism, Local Government, Motor Vehicle, Power & Energy and Housing & Manufacturing. Progression routes include an Advanced Apprenticeship, Level 3 Diploma career areas such as Administration Executive/Team Leader, Office Supervisor, Personal Assistant, Secretary or a wide range of other business administration roles.

Advanced Level in Business Administration

  • There are no entry requirements. However, some prior experience in a business administration role would be welcome.
  • To complete the Apprenticeship the apprentice must have completed the following:

    Mandatory units:
    • Communicate in a business environment
    • Manage personal and professional development
    • Principles of business communication and information
    • Principles of administration
    • Principles of business

    Plus a wide range of optional units which you can choose to best meet the business requirements.

    Transferrable Skills
    English, Maths and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to level 2 or equivalent.

    Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)
    All apprentices need to show that they have a good understanding of employee rights and responsibilities.

    Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
    This consists of important skills that are needed in the work environment and include:
    • Creative thinking
    • Independent enquiry
    • Reflective learning
    • Team working
    • Self management
    • Effective participation

    The qualifications are achieved through teaching, learning on the job, e-learning, workshops and assessment.

    On completion of the Apprenticeship the apprentice must be able to undertake the full range of duties, in the range of circumstances appropriate to the job, confidently and competently to the standard set by the industry.
  • Minimum recommended duration of programme is 18 months and 509 minimum Guided Learning Hours.
  • The Advanced Apprenticeship is suitable for roles such as Administration Officer/Executive, Team Leader/Supervisor, Personal Assistant or Secretary in a wide range of business sectors. Progression routes can include advancing on to the Higher Apprenticeship, a relevant Level 4 diploma or a foundation degree.

 

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