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AAT Accountancy (Intermediate Apprenticeship)

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Accountancy (AAT Level 2)

McArthur Dean Training Limited

Old Custom House, Lowgate, Hull, HU1 1RS

This course is delivered at Lowgate

Telephone: 01482-210093

Fax: 01482-210981

Website: www.mcarthurdean.co.uk

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Description

The Apprenticeship in Accountancy is designed for those who wish to pursue a career in accounts or finance and is offered under the Apprenticeship at levels 2, 3 and 4.

 

What will you be learning?

This level will start to develop the learner's skills in double entry bookkeeping and give the individual an understanding of managements and administrative practices. In addition, the learner will be shown how to use manual and computerised accounting systems and work with the purchase ledger, sales ledger and general ledger.

The course at level 2 consists of the following units:

  • Basic Accounting 1
  • Basic Accounting 2
  • Basic Costing
  • Work Effectively in Accountancy and Finance
  • Computerised Accounts (Sage)
  • Professional Ethics

You will gain knowledge of these units through classes that you will attend half a day per week at McArthur Dean, as well as the experience you gaine in the workplace.

Basic Accounting 1 and 2 must be taught in consecutive order, but the other units can be completed in any order.

Each unit is followew by an exam, which takes place online at McArthur Dean, and for which the results are usually available immediately.

When?

Duration: (Full Time)

How is it delivered?

Learners will attend weekly classes at McArthur Dean for half a day per week, as well as recieve any relevant/required training in the workplace.

Availability: 2017-2018

Who can do it?

Age Range: 16-19, 19+

What will you be working towards?

Skills Sector: Accounting and Finance

Awarding Body: AAT

Type: Apprenticeship

Level: Level 2

Entry Requirements:

Due to the level of qualification, we ideally prefer candidates to have grade C and above in English and a grade B or above in Mathematics, or the equivalent qualification. Candidates must be numerate and possess good literacy skills.

If a learner has not achieved a grade C or above in Maths and English, or does not have an equivalent qualification, then the learner will need to complete Functional Skills in Mathematics and English. This will involve working towards an exam in the subject(s).

Additional Information

Course Contact: Matt Morfitt, Business Development Team

Progression:

Providing the learner completes the Apprenticeship to a satisfactory standard, and subject to funding, the employer will usually look to take them on permanently. You could then progress on to higher qualifications, such as the AAT Level 3.

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