AccountancyAdvanced Apprenticeship • Level 3
About the course
The AAT Accountancy Apprenticeship qualification covers a range of basic bookkeeping systems and skills and will be assessed via computer-based assessments. Basic costing Understanding an organisation's cost recording system and using it to record or extract data, use of spreadsheets to convey information on actual and budgeted income and expenditure Computerised bookkeeping Entering data at the start of an accounting period to set up customer and supplier accounts, Recording and processing customer / supplier transactions, Recording and reconciling bank transactions, Processing and using journals to enter accounting transactions Processing bookkeeping transaction Understanding double-entry bookkeeping, Integrating books of prime entry and describing coding system functions, Understanding discounts and settlement, trade and bulk discount differences, Preparing and processing customer and supplier invoices and credit notes, Totalling and balancing a 3-column analysed cash book, Processing ledger transactions and extracting a trial balance.
A minimum of two GCSEs at Grade 5 or above. Applicants must be hardworking, reliable and motivated. As part of the interview process, Apprentices will undertake a BKSB assessment in English, Mathematics and ICT. Applicants who do not meet the exact entry requirements but hold relevant industry experience are encouraged to apply. Applicants who do not meet the exact entry requirements may also be considered.
Knowledge is assessed via workplace observations and an exam.
Apprenticeships are an increasingly attractive option for employers of all sizes wanting to bring new talent into their business. An Apprentice can be a solution for your business if you want to: • Develop new talent to meet your needs • Free up existing staff to take on more responsibility • Give your team new skills and energy • Give a young person a career opportunity.