AAT Level 2 – Intermediate Apprenticeship
AAT Level 3 – Advanced Apprenticeship
The aim of the Intermediate apprenticeship is to introduce an apprentice to basic accounting and finance skills. You’ll develop your skills in finance administration: double-entry bookkeeping, basic costing principles and purchase, sales and general ledgers.
Whereas the aim of the Advanced Apprenticeship is that it offers you the skills and knowledge to develop as finance professional. The aim of this level is to enhance the skills developed in the intermediate apprenticeship. You’ll cover more complex financial processes, including final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, reports and returns and professional ethics.
Accounting apprenticeships let you learn on the job, develop knowledge and skills, gain an AAT Accounting Qualification and earn money – all at the same time.
You’ll focus on developing practical accounting and finance skills while working within the business environment.