A Business Administrator will have a wide set of skills that could give them a prospective place in virtually every sector of work there is, in small and large businesses, in the public and private sectors. A business administrator may be able to work on their own or as part of a team developing, implementing, maintaining and improving administrative services. The skills, behaviours and knowledge they attain in their apprenticeship will ultimately direct them upwards towards the responsibilities of management and upper management.
Associate Project Manager
Because of their complexity, business projects must be well managed to ensure their success. An Associate Project Manager will help manage projects by knowing what needs to be achieved, how it will be achieved, how long it will take and what it will cost.
Learning and Development Practitioner
A Learning and Development (L&D) Practitioner specialises in the creation of new and useful learning and training programmes, primarily for employees of organisations. An L&D practitioner works with organisations to design training programmes, deliver training and sustain the benefits of this training by working with managers and stakeholders.
Learning and Development Consultant /
Learning and Development (L&D) Consultant / Business Partners are responsible for identifying areas of improvement in individuals, groups and organisations, and finding appropriate learning and development solutions to improve their organisation. L&D Consultants also ensure that the learning and development techniques they recommend align with the strategic ambitions and objectives of the business, finding creative ways to overcome obstacles. As part of their role, they can influence key stakeholders and make decisions on what the business can and should do in an L&D context.