Business Administration Apprenticeship
Creative Sport & Leisure Limited
To support the overall well-being and running of the business by conducting day to day administrative duties. This may include a wide range of different tasks, some of which may include: reception duties, office management, liaising with customers or clients, invoicing, scheduling or dealing with external suppliers. A successful business administrator is flexible to take on new duties as they arise, in a timely, discreet and supportive manner.
This will include the following:
- Acting as a first point of contact for directors in some cases
- Managing diaries and organising meetings and appointments via outlook or associated platforms
- Booking and arranging travel, transport and accommodation
- Assisting in the organising of events and conferences
- Reminding the manager/executive of important tasks and deadlines
- Typing, compiling and preparing reports, presentations and correspondence
- Managing databases and filing systems
- Implementing and maintaining procedures/administrative systems
- Liaising with staff, suppliers and clients
- Collating and filing expenses
- Conducting research on behalf of the management
- Upon successful completion, the business administrator route may be a gateway to further career opportunities, such as management or support roles
- Candidate will need to travel to London 5 times per year and stay overnight to assist with conference delivery
- IT and computer literate
- Good communication and time keeping skills
- Likes meeting people with confident telephone manner
- Good energy level with smart appearance
- Self-motivated and driven
- Honest and trustworthy
- Self-development and an appreciation of the sector we operate within.
- Five GCSEs (or equivalent) at Grade C/4 minimum (maths & English Required)
The apprenticeship will be delivered in the workplace and our assessors will utilise a range of delivery methods to suit each apprentice including face to face delivery and blended learning ensuring apprentices are fully prepared for End Point Assessment.
The apprenticeship provides a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours, which can be gained working across an organisation and its processes. The apprenticeship is a firm grounding in organisational operations and functional processes, as well as the wider working environment.
The knowledge covered in the apprenticeship will include:
- IT Skills
- Relevant regulations
- Business Fundamentals
Apprentices without Level 2 English and maths (GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent) will need to achieve this prior to taking the end-point assessment. As part of the apprenticeship, your Apprentice will build a portfolio of evidence related to your role and requirements of the end point assessment.
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