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Intermediate Apprenticeship in Accounting at System Training

Course description

Who is it for?

Designed for ambitious individuals who are employed in an accounting or financial administration role, the Intermediate Apprenticeship in Accounting enables learners to develop their career whilst gaining practical and theoretical sector skills and knowledge.

 

Why choose System Training Financial?

Unlike other training providers, System Training Financial offers interactive teaching that is relevant to and fits within a professional framework, rather than using a traditional, inflexible, fixed programme approach.

All of our tutors are fully experienced, highly qualified and have a genuine, practical understanding of working in the finance and accountancy sector. Not only do they provide students with a friendly, supportive teaching environment, they encourage individuals to take responsibility for their own learning, allowing learners to grow into the professionally competent, motivated team members that form the building blocks of a thriving business.

 

The programme

During the apprenticeship learners will work towards achieving the AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting. This qualification enables individuals to demonstrate their professional competence and knowledge, in turn allowing them to take on more responsibility in the workplace and put their newly attained skills into action.

Apprentices will gain a fundamental understanding of the needs of their organisation, its customers and the sector they work in, ultimately enhancing their technical abilities and providing an awareness of key working practices.

 

Training included

  • AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting
  • Functional Skills in English and Maths (if appropriate)
  • Employee Rights and Responsibilities
  • Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

 

AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting

The Level 2 Certificate in Accounting covers the basic principles of ledger accounting and methods of recording financial transactions. Using both manual and computerised systems, learners will become familiar with the day-to-day techniques that are necessary to work effectively in an accountancy or financial administration role.

The course consists of a number of key learning and assessment areas:

  • Basic accounting 1
  • Basic accounting 2
  • Working effectively in accounting and finance
  • Basic costing
  • Computerised accounting
  • Professional ethics in accounting and finance

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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