Business and administration apprenticeships help you take the road to success and stay at the forefront of the economy.
Business and administration apprenticeships are probably the most identifiable and common to consider, but it isn’t all about sitting at a computer all day. From accounting and finance to project management and market research, a career in business and administration is ideal for exploring all facets of the workplace.
Administration is a popular one, with many entry level opportunities available. Business administrators do a bit of everything: they deal with internal and external correspondence; type up letters, agendas and reports; send emails; answer phone calls, and much more. It’s no wonder that many executive members of staff rely on the assistance of administrators to do their jobs.
It doesn’t stop there though. From recruitment to law, apprenticeships are available to train the legion of skilled workers needed to keep UK businesses secure, productive and at the forefront of the economy.
If you fancy entering the legal world, you could train to become a solicitor or a chartered legal executive, and there are also opportunities available in conveyancing, human resources, project management and much more.
As a business-to-business sales professional, meanwhile, you could take the lead on long term, complex commercial projects, while budding CEOs who want to lead Fortune 500 companies could take up the senior leader apprenticeship.
Of course, most jobs in this sector are office-based, working typical 9am to 5pm hours, in a Monday to Friday working week, but ‘flexible working’ means that this isn’t the case at every employer, and remote working is fast becoming the norm for many businesses.
If you’ve got aspirations in leadership and management and want to get started in the workplace as soon as possible, a business apprenticeship could be the right route for you.
To find your perfect business and administration apprenticeship, take a look at the options below.
Sell products and services to other businesses Business-to-business sales is multi-faceted. It involves leading on long-term, complex propositions, such as...View Apprenticeship
Work in areas of law that require presenting in court on family, civil or criminal matters. Order! A Chartered Legal...View Apprenticeship