Business Administration allows you to develop a range of transferable skills. The role may involve you working independently or as part of a team and will involve maintaining, improving, and implementing administrative services. The key skills and behaviours you develop supports your own progression towards management responsibilities.
Typical roles that this apprenticeship can support are:
- Administration Assistant
- Legal Secretary
- Personal/Office Assistant
- Administration supervisor
- Understand the organisations aims, values, visions for the future
- Understand the relevant external factors
- A practical knowledge of managing stakeholders and their differing relationships to an organisation.
- Have knowledge of the laws and regulations that apply to your role including data protection, health and safety and compliance
- Understand the organisations internal policies and key business policies relating to the sector
- Understand the applicability of business principles such as managing change, business finances and project management
- Have a clear understanding of the organisational structure and demonstrate understanding of how your work benefits the organisation.
- Skilled in the use of multiple IT packages and systems relevant to the organisation
- Produce accurate records and documents
- Exercise proactivity and good judgement
- Build and maintain positive relationships within your own team and across the organisation
- Demonstrate good communication skills
- Complete tasks to a high standard
- Take responsibility for initiating and completing tasks, manage priorities and time to successfully meet deadlines
- Use relevant project management principles and tools to scope, plan, monitor and report
- Managing performance
- Personal qualities
Personalised Tutor Support
Our programme is developed with a blended approach giving you support both in the workplace and outside through our online learning portal. You will be given your own unique portal that you will upload your work to and receive feedback from your assessor.
You will also be given access to a vast amount of learning support materials that can be accessed at any time so you can make most of your face to face training.
RM Training assessors will support you
throughout the programme, provide a single point of contact for any questions
you have or help you build your portfolio as the programme progresses.
We will also meet you and your managers regularly to monitor progress and provide help where needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
To be an apprentice, you will need to be 16 or over, living in England and not be in full-time education.
Certain apprenticeships will also have specific requirements you must meet.
If you are under 19, you will be paid at least the Apprenticeship Minimum Wage of £4.30 an hour, however, it is common that some employers will pay above the minimum.
If you are 19 or over, after completing your first year of your apprenticeship, you must be paid at least the full National Minimum Wage.
At the end of your apprenticeship, your employer will decide whether to keep you on or not and you will have the opportunity to decide what you want to do next.
Most apprentices choose to continue working at the same company, whilst others may decide to apply their skills and knowledge elsewhere.