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Business, Accountancy and Management

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Overview

This apprenticeship develops skills in office administration and communication.

Typical roles are Office Junior, Administrator, Receptionist, Junior Secretary.

It covers the development of skills in:

  • office administration
  • communication in a business environment
  • producing business documents
  • information management
  • using office systems
  • team working

Entry Requirements

Apprentices are required to have a minimum of five GCSEs at grade 3 / D or above including English and Mathematics or NVQ 1,plus two Functional Skills at Level 1.

Skills

It is helpful if apprentices have experience in their chosen field but this is not essential.

Qualifications

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Business Administration.

Assessment

Apprentices will need to produce a portfolio of evidence which will be assessed by a qualified assessor. They will also sit tests that cover the knowledge aspects of the programme.

Home Study

Apprentices are required to meet target dates for completion of work set by their assessor throughout their programme; this will require some work to be completed in their own time.

Work Placement

Apprentices need to be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week, with an employer who is willing to support the candidate through the apprenticeship. For those not currently in suitable employment, Newbury College can provide a list of current apprenticeship vacancies.

Progression

Apprentices will have the opportunity to progress onto an Advanced Business Administrator apprenticeship.

Fees and Additional Costs

Additional Information

Apprentices will spend time attending classes in college, typically delivered monthly during term time.

CodeDayStartEndTimesFees*
AP/2BADM 192001 Flexible start - £.00
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