Business Administration Apprenticeship Level 3
The Business Administration apprenticeship is designed to provide work-based training, development and new learning opportunities, to develop your knowledge and skills within the workplace. Every business needs effective administration and that need remains whatever else changes in terms of new products and services, new technologies and new organisational structures.
This Advanced Apprenticeship is ideal for developing skills and knowledge whilst working within the world of business. This qualification offers the unique opportunity to develop real work experience.
Apprentices are likely to be working with a team member or a number of staff to handle various administration tasks. The apprentice may be typing up board meeting documents, putting financial information together in spreadsheets, 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.
At level 3 advanced apprenticeship you will need to complete 57 credits; 30 credits of the mandatory units within the NVQ Diploma and Technical certificate and 27 credits from the optional units.
There are 100 Optional Units to choose from to make up the 27 credits
Technical Certificates focus on the knowledge and understanding which underpins the acquisition of a wide range of work, interpersonal and technical skills needed by administrators in the UK workforce. This body of knowledge includes NVQ knowledge and understanding and additional knowledge to facilitate progression to HE or higher levels of working. Technical Certificates also cover Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) and wider aspects of the occupation/sector as determined by the Council for Administration. They are a structured approach to teaching and assessment, including external assessment, and are capable of being delivered through a wide variety of media including work based learning and off-the-job provision.
There are no formal entry requirements, but ideally the candidate should be educated to level 2 and must be working within the field and ideally working over 30 hours per week. All candidates will need to attend an information session before starting the programme. All candidates will need to undertake a literacy and numeracy assessment prior to starting the apprenticeship training.
Progression routes for Level 3 Apprentices could include:
taking the Level 4 professional qualification in Diploma in Administration Management
achieving the Level 4 Business Administration and moving into higher education to take higher level qualifications
moving to a Foundation Degree in Business Management
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Age 16+
- Employed Contract
NVQ Certificate Mandatory Units:
Technical Certificate Mandatory Units:
Employee rights and responsibilities