Business Administrator
Level 3 Apprenticeship

Play a vital role in helping organisations to run effectively.

To get in touch, call us on 0333 323 4050

What will I be doing?

As an advanced apprenticeship, business administration level 3 is designed to help those in administration roles enhance their skills and develop their careers. As the natural progression from level 2, the programme will allow you to build upon the skills you previously gained, with guidance from your colleagues, in-depth training, work-shadowing and one-to-ones.

Some of the modules you may get involved with are:

  • Analysing and presenting business data
  • Organising events
  • Arranging business travel or accommodation
  • Chairing and leading meetings
  • Encouraging workplace innovation
  • Implementing change in the workplace
  • Managing budgets, projects, and business risks.

There is also a multitude of optional modules, including training on the principles of digital marketing and research, the principles of stakeholder relationships, understanding customer service, and the principles of social media within a business.

What qualifications will I achieve?

You will achieve a Business Administrator L3 Apprenticeship Standard and if required, level 2 Functional Skills in Mathematics, English, and ICT.

The qualification continues on from the foundation of knowledge you will have learned on the level 2 apprenticeship, giving you substantial training to become an asset to any business.

Who is this apprenticeship for?

Whether you’re looking for your first role, or have some experience but want to top up your skills and competencies, then this course is for you. If you’re searching for a role, take a look at our vacancies.

For more information, get in touch with us below, or speak to our advisors on 0333 323 4050

What are the entry requirements?

As the level 3 apprenticeship requires more extensive knowledge of the industry, it is recommended that you first complete the level 2 in business administration.

However, there are exceptions for those that can show at least a year’s worth of experience and knowledge on the industry, but this depends on the choices of the employer.

What can I do afterwards?

You can progress further by completing the business administration level 4 apprenticeship. Alternatively, you could seek employment in a variety roles ranging from administration team leader or office supervisor to personal assistant or administration officer.

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