Starting out in a new job and want to learn how to carry out basic administrative tasks? Perhaps you want to develop your skills to implement and monitor administrative procedures and systems or move into a management role.
Are you interested in the world of Office Skills? Looking to learn how to become a Business Administrator or Personal Assistant with knowledge and skills in using Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Database, in designing and managing processes? Then these courses are for you.
These courses can help you move towards working from the position of Data Entry Clerk to Office Supervisor.
This qualification allows learners to develop and demonstrate the skills and knowledge required when working in an office within a wide variety of sectors including NHS trusts, educational institutions, government departments, charities and the private sector as such as:
- Administrator’s Assistant
- Clerical Assistant/Office Assistant
- Data Entry Clerk
- Junior Secretary
- Conference and Events Operations
The qualification is designed for entry and progression within employment; however, it also offers progression onto the
- Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration
Diploma in Business Administration
At Level 3 you should be able to use your knowledge, skills and judgement to initiate and complete semi-complex tasks and procedures (within limits). This includes being able to address problems with a level of independence. You also need to be aware of different viewpoints or approaches within your area of study or work.
This qualification could help you to progress in a wide range of unsupervised management roles including:
- Administration Team Leader
- Database Clerk
- Executive Officer
- Office Supervisor
- Personal Assistant (PA)
- Administration Clerk/Officer
As part of the Business Administration Programmes Level 3, learners will take the following qualifications:
- Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration (QCF)
Business Administration Traineeship Trailblazer update
In light of the reforms to Traineeship funding, an employer-led Trailblazer group are currently finalising the development of new Business Administrator Traineeship Standards at levels 2 to 3. These Standards relate to specific roles in business administration settings, and after a period of running in tandem will replace the current Traineeship Frameworks in Business & Administration. Further information about Traineeship Standards can be found on the Trailblazer Traineeship Standards page of the website.