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Financial Services Administrator Apprenticeship
What will I do on this course?
You will increase your knowledge and experience of working in an administrative role in the nance sector. You will learn the advanced skills and qualities that employers in this industry look for, as well as gaining work experience and earning a wage.
The apprenticeship will be adapted to suit your learning goals and the needs of your employer, and could include providing general o ce administrative support including ling/scanning/photocopying, banking/post/ franking, processing premium payments, answering the telephone, managing instalment and credit provisions for customers, ensuring that all compliance procedures are adhered to on a day to day basis and ensuring customer files are complete in accordance with procedures. You’ll also learn to manage new and existing claims and complete any claims analysis as is necessary, working with the Claims Department.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed through workplace observations and an end-point assessment.
What could I do after this course?
Most of our apprentices are kept on by their employers at the end of their course, and many move on to nance industry qualifications specialised to roles such as senior administrator, paraplanner, financial adviser or mortgage adviser.
English and maths at GCSE grade 4/C and above. You must be in relevant employment, but we can support you to achieve this.
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What Our Students Say
Bella Febry, Business Studies
“It was an amazing once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It will definitely help my future career prospects."
Former school: Priory
Work Experience: Bella completed her work experience with international oil and gas company 'OiLSERV' in Dubai. During this Bella gained skills in HR, finance, IT, law, marketing, sales and project delivery.
Course: Business Studies
What next? After being awarded Work Experience Student of the Year, Bella aims to get a distinction star and then take a gap year before going to university.