Accounts/Finance, Level Two Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship is designed for those in the following roles: Accounts Assistant / Accounts Payable Clerk / Accounts Administrator / Business Accounts Administrator / Finance Assistant Junior / Cost Accountant Assistant/ Assistant Bookkeeper / Junior Cashier / Junior Credit Control clerk / Data input clerk / Accounts Receivable Clerk/ General Administrator/ Bank Reconciliation Clerk/ Cash Poster/ Finance Administrator.
What will I study?
- Processing book keeping transactions
- Control accounts, journals, banking systems
- Working effectively in accounting and finance
- Providing basic costs and revenue information
- Computerised accounts (Sage)
How will I be assessed?
The AAT qualification is assessed via 6 exams, 1 for each module and a final synoptic assessment. The apprenticeship end point assessment comprises two parts, a one to one interview using the portfolio of evidence and an in-tray exercise.
Applicants should ideally possess GCSE English and Maths at Grade 4 or above and need a genuine interest in a career in accounting or finance.
Level 3 Assistant Accountant.
For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.