Financial Services - Apprenticeship (Level 2) at Babington Business College - Training for today
NVQ Certificate in Providing Financial Services Level 2 allows an individual to learn and gain a nationally recognised qualification. National Vocational Qualifications are designed to meet the standards set by industry in occupational areas. They are designed
to cover various aspects of a job or area of work, assessing skills actually used in the workplace.
The Technical Certificate develops understanding and skills which can be adapted to a work setting. Functional Skills are the skills which are most commonly needed to succeed in a range of activities, learning to use and adapt communication and number skills in a range of settings and contexts. Personal Learning and Thinking Skills are assessed throughout the programme.
There are five available pathways for you to choose from at Level 2:
• Financing & Credit
• General Insurance
• Retail Banking
• Administration for Mortgage and/or Financial Planning Intermediaries
• Customer Payments for Financial Products and Services
Individuals will be assessed by observation in the workplace, by completing a portfolio of evidence or E-Portfolio and by completing a variety of assignments. Support is offered in the workplace or in the training centre.
Certificate in Providing Financial Services Level 2 (NVQ)
Certificate in Customer Service (Technical Certificate) or equivalent
Functional Skills Maths at Level 1
Functional Skills English at Level 2
Employment Right and Responsibilities Workbook
Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
To include Technical Certificate optional choice:
• R01 Financial Services, regulations and ethics, or
• CF1 UK Financial Services, regulations and ethics
• IF1 Insurance, legal and regulatory
• CeMap1 IFS Certificate in Mortgage Advice and practice
No formal qualifications are required but individuals should be enthusiastic, motivated, reliable and prepared to work hard. Good communication skills are essential and it is important to be understanding and show respect for others. Good grades in GCSE
Maths and English (A-C) are preferred.
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.