AAT apprenticeships are designed especially for the finance sector. They cover a broad range of categories, including; advanced bookkeeping, final accounts preparation, management accounting (costing), indirect tax & advanced diploma synoptic assessment.
Training and Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships can help staff develop and apply skills that are essential to create a successful career.
Apprenticeships provide a simple and rational programme of learning that presents learners achievement and qualifications in a way that is easy to understand, measure and compare to other national qualifications.
We aim to give individuals the opportunity to learn in a more flexible way and this enables a wider range of organisations, including employers, to have their training recognised.
Within AAT Accounting, the following apprenticeship pathway qualifications are available;
- Level 3 Apprenticeship in Advanced Diploma in Accounting
- Level 4 Higher Apprenticeships in Professional Diploma in Accountancy
We can deliver in the following counties:
We have established excellent working relationships with employers of all sizes across Wales. We have a network of employers who engage with apprenticeships as part of their training development programme and always welcome any new enquiries from employers within Wales.
If you would like more information about training we deliver or are interested in any of our qualifications please don’t hesitate to contact our Head of Business Unit for AAT Accounting, Heather Martin; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Apprenticeship, Traineeship and Jobs Growth Wales Programmes, led by the Welsh Government, are supported by the European Social Fund. For further information regarding this, please click here »