This course is relevant to employment in all industries. Job roles might include Administration Assistant, Database Clerk, Junior Secretary and Clerical Assistant
The Intermediate Apprenticeship in Business & Administration has been designed in conjunction with employers to enable your team to achieve a nationally recognised qualification whilst carrying out a range of work tasks. The Intermediate Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 months. Throughout this time the candidate will undertake a wide range of tasks in a variety of work contexts. The value of the qualification is that it can be structured to meet the specific needs of your business.
The candidate and employer can choose a selection of units to best fit the business and job role. The units encompass a wide range of business and administration scenarios such as, producing documents, storing and retrieving information and organising and reporting data.
The Apprenticeship is made up of six separate components; the candidate must achieve all parts to gain the full level 2 qualification.
• NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Business & Administration
• Functional skills in Maths Level 1
• Functional skills in English Level 1
• Functional skill in Information Computer Technology Level 1
• Employment rights and responsibilities
There are a large number of units available to choose from within the national standards.
The candidate will choose a selection of units to best fit the business and their job role. The units encompass most areas of business and administration from greeting customers at reception, to minute taking, solving business problems, analysing data and project management, to name but a few.
The NVQ Certificate also includes mandatory units covering managing your own performance, evaluating and improving performance, as well as working within a business environment and communicating in a business environment.
Minimum entry requirements
Apprentices must be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week and must be paid a minimum of £3.50 per hour in accordance with the national Apprenticeship wage. Training will be carried out in the workplace however you may be expected to attend College for up to 5 days per year.
How will I be assessed?
The qualification is work based. An Assessor will be allocated to the Apprentice and will visit your company approximately once every 3 weeks for approximately 2 hours. This may be spent observing their work, completing learning tasks and giving the candidate feedback and guidance on work produced. Candidates will be expected to complete work in between the assessor’s visits; this will be a mixture of assignments and learning to ensure the candidate has both the practical and theoretical skills required to work in the industry.
Information & support
Support is available between Assessor visits to facilitate candidate’s work.
We can provide a free recruitment service using our ‘Apprenticeship Vacancies’ website, a national site accessible through www.apprenticeships.org.uk. We can provide support with advertising and collating CV’s.
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What can I do with this Apprenticeship?
On completion of Level 2, candidates may progress to Level 3.