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Over 3.25 million people in the UK currently working in Business & Administration roles. Millions more are working in positions that require administration skills in some respect. It's the oil in the machine.

Many sectors are now entering a critical period: the ageing 'baby boomers' are approaching retirement and beginning to reduce their hours or leave altogether. The prosperity of individuals, businesses and the nation depends, in part, on the acquisition of professional administration skills. For some organisations this means a large amount of capability and experience will leave their roles over a relatively short period of time with current administration replacement demand running at 600,000 people over the next five years. We need to get training.

Business Administration courses are delivered at both University Centre St Helens and St Helens College and include entry level qualifications and courses, apprenticeships up to degree level study.

Studying Business Administration will prepare you for a career in business or progression to many other business related courses. Students develop specialized skills and improve their capacity to analyse, communicate effectively with associates, think independently and thrive in work situations.

Source - Council for Administration July 2013