Business Admin Level 1 & 2

Business Admin Level 1 & 2 Course Overview:


Our free, fully funded business course will help you develop new skills and improve your current job prospects, prepare for a new job role or go on to study business at higher levels.


In just 1-3 weeks you can learn new skills using our new virtual classroom, where you can meet your tutor and chat via text, phone or video. You will be fully supported by our team and will be able to keep in contact with other learners the same way.

  • Apply professional administration skills in office situations.
  • Understand how to maintain security using data and devices.
  • Communicate socially and professionally using technology.
  • Understand IT software fundamentals.
  • Developing working relationships with colleagues.
  • Using presentation and spreadsheet software.
  • Using IT to increase productivity.
  • Carrying out administrative duties effectively.
Professionally, I vastly improved my abilities and my employability.  I gained an incredible amount of confidence, and a knowledge of how to communicate effectively and positively within any professional niche. 

My tutor Emma Thatchett was a brilliant communicator, always enthusiastic and friendly. She was amazing at presenting the material, answering any queries and providing helpful feedback. One of the best educators that I have seen personally. 





All of our courses are free for learners because we are government funded. Without funding course costs would range from £700.00 to £1,200.00. In order to confirm your eligibility for funding please complete the application form below and start your course in as little as 48 hours. If you’d like to find out more or have any further questions please CLICK HERE to contact us.


ELIGIBILITY FOR FREE TRAINING:  For most people training is completely free but we have to check your eligibility. Go Train are co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and the Greater London Authority (GLA).