Aurelia Training Ltd can meet all of your training needs
If you are recruiting, taking on an Apprentice is a great way to employ someone and train them alongside their new job role. Apprenticeships can also be a training option for existing employees who want to gain a qualification. Organisations receive Government funding towards training.
Qualification of the Month
The 31st July 2020 will be the last date for learners to register for the Business Administration L2 and Children & Young People's Workforce L3, as these apprenticeships are coming to an end.
So if you want to register your staff or yourself please Apply Now!
Children and Young People's Workforce L3
The qualification is a work-based qualification is aimed at learners who are working in childcare, social care learning development and support services. It could lead to employment as a care worker, careers adviser, children's centre worker, education welfare officer, registered childminder, or youth and community worker.
During the course you will use evidence from your work setting and experience to complete questions and answer workbooks and participate in workshop discussions.
You will gather witness testimony and complete reflective work to complete your evidence of the knowledge and understanding in your field.
Business Administration L2
This apprenticeship is perfect for those who are starting to work in administration, who have not completed a qualification previously, or those who may have been out of education for a while and would like to gain an intermediate apprenticeship qualification before progressing to the new Level 3 Business Administrator Standard
The course runs for 12 months and in that time you will produce a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of business & administration duties as well as providing examples of your skills and experience. You will be observed a minimum of two times by your assessor/tutor, take part in recorded discussions and your manager or supervisor will give a witness statement giving examples of times they have observed you completing tasks.
The Business Administration Apprenticeship can be adapted to suit your experience and the organisation you are working with, you will cover the basics of an administration role, including communication, understanding employer organisations, principles of providing administrative service, document production and information management, managing your personal development and working with others.
We can tailor the course to meet your requirements these can include but are not restricted to,
Telephone use, mail handling, reception services, event organization, finance, pay roll health and safety, HR services/ recruitment, word processing, spreadsheet use, bespoke software, customer service, marketing, team leading and use of social media.