Business and Administration Apprenticeship
Business, Administration and Law
We are only accepting one application per candidate.
What will you be working towards?
||Business and Administration Apprenticeship
||National Award (BTEC)
As an apprentice you will be working with an employer and earning at the same time as training on the job and studying for a qualification.
Apprenticeships are an ideal way to earn and learn, as an Apprentice you are fuly employed and will have one of our industry experienced assessors visiting you in your workplace. As a Business and Administration Apprentice your duties will depend on your employer - it's likely that you will be putting together information on spreadsheets, sending out post, co-ordinating events or dealing with customer enquiries. This type of work requires a sense of responsibility and attention to detail. You will attend the Grimsby Institute one day a week or on block release from your employer where you will study for your qualification and gain valuable underpinning knowledge about your area of work. As an Apprentice you will have access to the Institute facilities as well as ongoing support and guidance. In order to do an Apprenticeship you need a job as well as a training provider - you can apply for vacancies by sending your CV to employers to ask if they would be willing to take you on as an Apprentice. If successful you can then contact us telling us who the employer is and their contact details so we can make the arrangements for you to be assessed and speak to the employer. You can also apply for vacancies at www.apprenticeships.org.uk - click on Find an Apprenticeship and follow the instructions to apply for a role. If you complete a Lincs2 application form for an apprenticeship you are expressing an interest in an appretniceship and we will contact you to advise you about contacting employers and using the apprenticeships website to look for vacancies. You can email the Workforce Skills team at email@example.com
How will it be delivered?
Apprenticeships are assessed through portfolio building, practical assessments, assignments, and oral and written questions.
Most apprenticeships require a minimum of GCSE grade 4 or equivalent in English, Maths and ICT with some occupations, particularly in the engineering sector, require Science at grade 4 or equivalent. A vocational assessment my have to be taken and passed as well as an interview before acceptance on the programme.
Your next steps...
Successful students may progress onto the next level of apprenticeship, into employment or study at a higher level.