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Business Administration Apprentice - Paragon Trianing - Luton

Business Administration Apprentice - Paragon Trianing - Luton

  • Location : Bedfordshire
  • Wage £140 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : 16/11/2017
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday
  • Hours Per Week: 40

Role Details


Future Prospects

Ongoing training and development encouraged by the employer which will give the applicant the opportunity to move on to a full-time job.

Address :


Skills Required :

• Good communication skills will be required
• A keen interest in the industry
• Computer literate
• Good telephone manner

Qualification(s) Required :

Minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent (A-C in English and Maths preferable)


Learning Provider : Lifetime Training

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Business Administration Apprentice

Expected Duration: 12 Months

Training Provided
Apprenticeship in Business Administration
Functional Skills in Maths
Functional Skills in English
Functional Skills in ICT

Company Description

Company : Paragon Trianing - Luton
Company Website : http://www.paragon-training.com/

Paragon Training specialises in producing up-to-date and comprehensive health and safety video training packages. All our packages are designed to comply with UK and EU health and safety regulations. We are the sole UK distributor for the world's largest professional safety video production company.

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