This apprenticeship is designed to enable you to develop a highly-transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours to help you progress at work.
Importantly, it will give you a firm grounding in business-related operations and functional processes, as well as the wider working environment.
As an apprentice you will develop key skills and behaviours to support your progression towards management responsibilities.
You will typically be working in the public sector, private sector or charitable sector as an administration assistant, personal assistant, business administrator, office assistant or office supervisor.
Why choose Brock for Business Administrator Apprenticeship Level 3?
At Brockenhurst College we have over 30 years of experience in delivering high-quality apprenticeships.
We are passionate about providing students with the best learning environment, including access to industry-standard facilities and resources, plus teachers with relevant industry experience.
As a learner, you will also have access to the College’s additional support for apprentices.
Teaching & learning
You will follow a structured programme of training and development, which includes off-the-job training that may include work-shadowing, offsite visits and research.
Both theory and practice will be covered in detail to give you the knowledge and skills you can take forward to your End Point Assessment (EPA).
This learning opportunity is geared towards helping you acquire and develop the appropriate skills, knowledge and behaviours for your job role.
Skills comprise IT skills, planning and organisation skills and project management skills. Meanwhile, knowledge includes knowledge of your organisation and business fundamentals. Finally, the term behaviours covers personal qualities, professionalism and managing performance
Minimum entry requirements
- GCSE Maths and English at grade 4 or above.
- Functional Skills Maths and English will be included in your programme if you have not achieved at least GCSE grade 4.
- You must be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week.
How will I be assessed?
You will be allocated an official assessor who will meet with you regularly to assess your performance. Please note, your assessor will expect you to complete college work in between his or her visits.
Your EPA will comprise the following three elements:
- Knowledge test
- Portfolio-based interview
- Project presentation
Your employer will decide when you are ready to undertake your EPA.
Information & support
You will need a computer and internet access to follow your programme and be able to access the appropriate learning resources.
What can I do with this Apprenticeship?
We expect this qualification to help consolidate you in your job as a multi-skilled and knowledgeable team player who represents a key personnel asset.
Following your successful completion of this apprenticeship you may wish to aim for management-based job opportunities and/or higher education.