Assistant Accountant - Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship (Starting between August 2020 and July 2021)
Start Date: Starts before 31/07/2021
This apprenticeship is for ambitious people who are new to finance or want to expand and develop their knowledge and skills for a successful career in the sector. By taking this apprenticeship, you can achieve a formal accountancy qualification while gaining hands on accountancy skills and experience in the workplace. You will learn a range of accountancy practices and techniques including costing and double entry bookeeping and also acquire the knowledge, skills and behaviours expected from an Assistant Accountant.
Work Experience & Industry Placements
Industry related employment required.
AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Level 3)
After The Course
With the employer's approval, this apprenticeship can prepare you for employment as an Assistant Financial Accountant, Commercial Analyst, Cost Accountant, Indirect Tax Manager, Payroll Manager, Senior Bookkeeper, Senior Finance Officer, Tax Supervisor, V
What Will I Learn
On-programme training and assessment for the knowledge, skills and behaviours defined in the Standard. Off-job training in support of the acquisition of: • knowledge, skills and behaviours within the Standard • current sector/specialist knowledge
English And Maths
English and maths level 2
You will be taught by an experienced teaching team whose expertise and knowledge are closely matched to the content of the modules on the course. The team includes lecturers and professional practitioners with industry experience.
Teaching Learning and Assessment
Teaching will be through a mix of lecturing, facilitating, Coaching and Mentoring. Learners should expect to be stretched and challenged in every session. Developing an understanding of underpinning theory and application of it from a practical perspectiv
How Will I Be Assessed
The apprenticeship will be assessed by (1) a Synoptic exam which will assess the candidate's relevant technical knowledge. In order to pass this exam, a mark of at least 70% must be achieved. During the length of the apprenticeship, the candidate will be required (with our guidance) to prepare a portfolio of evidence which will demonstrate their achievement of the knowledge, skills and behaviours required in the Standard. Once this has been completed, the apprentice will also sit a professional discussion where they will be given the opportunity to further demonstrate their achievement of the knowledge, skills and behaviours required in the Standard. In order to achieve the apprenticeship, the candidate will need to achieve at least 70% in both the synoptic exam and the professional discussion. If their weighted average of both components is above 90% then a Distinction will be achieved. In addition to this, the candidates will have the opportunity to complete the AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting, there will be 5 computer based examinations which will be sat at Yeovil College. These exams will be sat throughout the duration of the course. A mark of 70% is required to achieve a Pass in each examination.
Individual employers may set any entry requirements and confidence in English and Mathematics is essential.
How To Apply