Accounting Advanced Apprenticeship at Hull College Group
Job roles in accountancy vary. Depending on whether they’re keeping track of one person’s or a global corporation’s finances, there are several things that accountants can do to help their clients businesses.
This variety often makes it an attractive profession to pursue. Apprentices could work in any industry and apply their skills to any business type – from large public sector companies and major corporations, to football clubs and small media firms.
They will learn how to balance accounts, process invoices and payments, complete VAT returns, and help prepare financial statements and reports.
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) provides the core qualifications
which are recognised across the industry and are seen as an excellent route towards qualified Accountant status.
This Apprenticeship follows on from the Intermediate Accounting Apprenticeship for those working in an accounting environment.
It continues from the trial balance stage to financial statements for sole trader and partnership accounts.
In addition it covers higher level costing, spreadsheets, cash management & indirect tax.
There are 3 levels of Apprenticeship available for those aged 16 and over and entry requirements will vary depending on the apprentice’s current level of learning.
You should check the individual entry requirements for your framework at the time of enquiry.
Apprentices who qualify as accounting technicians might work as accounts assistants, credit control clerks, accounts clerks, or finance assistants, all helping
accountants to keep financial records and prepare accounts.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.