Business Administration Intermediate Apprenticeship

What is the course about?

Level 2 will suit you if you are in a junior role and want to develop your skills to become a future team leader or business manager. You need practical knowledge of more complex administrative support, perhaps supporting meetings and events or retrieving information.

Learners will have a range of different units to study which will complement their work based learning, such as:

Unit 201           Manage own performance in a business environment
Unit 202           Improve own performance in a business environment
Unit 203           Work in a business environment
Unit 204           Communicate in a business environment

Who could take this qualification?

Level 2 Business Administration will help you gain practical know-how in providing routine and more complex administrative support.

You can become an apprentice in England if you’re:

16 or over
Eligible to work in England
Not in full-time education

What could this qualification lead to?

These qualifications in Business Administration are for people who want to work in administrative support roles in public or private sector organisations, or people who want to improve their administrative and supervisory skills. A qualification in Business and Administration can help you succeed in a support role in any size or type of organisation.

These roles include:

Administrator / Business Support Officer
Office Junior
Receptionist
Junior Legal Secretary
Junior Medical Secretary
Medical Receptionist

What does this qualification cover?

This qualification covers the essentials of business administration, allowing the learner to develop the skills and knowledge required in a business environment.

The following areas can be covered within this qualification:

All learners will cover the mandatory core units and then a choice of optional units.

Communicate in a business environment
Manage personal and professional development
Contribute to the improvement of business performance
Principles of administration
Principles of business

How is the course assessed?

The majority of the course is assessed internally through assignments complete over the first and second years. These might be work based projects or written research assignments.