Business Administrators will often work in support of a team to implement, maintain and improve administrative systems and processes within a business. They will have a highly transferable set of skills, knowledge and behaviours that can be applied in a variety of sectors.

The role of a business administrator is to support the day to day running of an organisation improving efficiency by working across teams and providing support in a variety of different areas.

Strong communications skills are essential traits for being a Business Administrator, as is a positive mindset and the ability to show initiative.

Business Administration Level 3 Standards Apprenticeships are generally 18 months long and include the following:


/ apprenticeship portfolio building

This is where you will gather knowledge, skills and behaviours you need within the workplace. During this time, you will build up your portfolio and complete a Business Project.

/ assessment readiness

The Gateway to End Point Assessment (EPA) is towards the end of your apprenticeship and is essentially ensuring you’re ready for your final assessment stage.

/ end point assessment (EPA)

This is where you get to share and affirm everything you’ve learned during your apprenticeship through a short test, interview and presentation.


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