The role of a business administrator involves a number of different responsibilities and skills, and with recent research finding that the average salary has risen by 9% to £25,000 a career in business administration can be an extremely rewarding prospect.
The role of a business administrator
A business administrator is responsible for numerous aspects that ensure the organisation, communication and overall smooth running of a business. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
- Updating company databases
- Scheduling events and appointments
- Building positive customer relationships
- Organising, scheduling and preparing for company meetings
- Amongst many more responsibilities
Becoming a business administrator
Business administrator roles, particularly the higher paid roles, will require qualifications. Businesses searching for the ideal candidate will look for these qualifications and will also look to see that they were gained from a respected provider. Businesses that would like to provide their current administrators with upskilling training should also seek out a quality training provider.
Businesses throughout the UK approach the Avidity team to provide further training to their existing employees, as well as to introduce candidates currently taking part in our apprenticeship training courses.
We offer two levels of apprenticeship training in business administration, both of which go hand in hand with a number of potential career prospects.
Apprentices that take part in our intermediate apprenticeships may work as:
- Office juniors
- Receptionists & medical receptionists
- Junior legal secretaries
- Junior medical secretaries
- And many others
Our advanced apprenticeships could result in the following jobs for candidates:
- Administration executives
- Team leaders
- Personal assistants
- Secretaries (medical and legal)
The opportunities are endless with a business administration apprenticeship, speak to a member of the Avidity team today to discuss your requirements.