Business and IT and Professional


Course Title: Business and Administration Intermediate Apprenticeship
Course Code: AD010

The Business Administration Apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to earn while you learn. Our apprentices work in some very exciting placements including solicitors offices, design companies, the NHS, the Police Service and even the occasional brewery! As an apprentice you will learn vital skills to help kick-start your career and receive an opportunity to practise what you are learning, giving you the experience you need to seek further employment in the future.



OCR Level 2 Diploma in Business and Administration (Combined Qualification)

Course Content

Mandatory Units
- Business Communication
- Providing Administration Services
- Producing Business Documents
- Developing Working Relationships
- Understand Employer Organisations
- Manage Personal Performance

Along with the mandatory units, you are required to complete a set number of optional units, which you are able to choose based on the environment you are working in and the job role you have.

Additional course content - Functional Skills in English and/or maths depending upon GCSE achievement.

Delivery of this course is in the workplace, with regular college workshops.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements are required. You will need a keen interest in administration and be keen to learn new skills and participate wholly. GCSE Math, English and ICT A*-C are an advantage, although where required Functional Skills will be completed. You will need to find a work placement.

Next Steps

Following completion of the Intermediate Apprenticeship, candidates are eligible to progress onto an Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration, Customer Service or ICT .

Career Opportunities

Some of the career opportunities available to a Level 2 Apprentice include: - Business Support Officer - Administration Assistant - Office Junior - Receptionist With additional training, Intermediate apprentices may be able to progress in their careers to roles including administration executive, administration team leader, office supervisor, personal assistant, secretary or a wide range of other business and administration roles.