Most apprenticeships are made up of several different qualifications that are designed to both develop knowledge and then ensure that individuals are applying that knowledge consistently in the workplace.

Angela Renshaw | Curriculum Lead for Accounts

We deliver intermediate, advanced and higher apprenticeships. An intermediate apprenticeship is broadly equivalent to five good GCSEs. An advanced apprenticeship is the vocational equivalent of two A-Levels. We also offer higher apprenticeships in legal services, business & administration, accounts and management. These are set at first year undergraduate level (level 4) or, in the case of management, second year undergraduate level (level 5). We will advise you on the most appropriate apprenticeship for the role.

The wide range of units within each apprenticeship allows us to build a qualification that is tailored to a particular job. As a result, one of our students working in an administrative role for a firm of solicitors will pick different units to a student who is an administrator in the travel industry.

We also offer a range of complementary qualifications, including:

  • CMI (Chartered Management Institute) management qualifications
  • Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) at foundation, intermediate and technician level

Where a full apprenticeship is too broad a qualification to meet specific training needs, we can deliver individual components designed to, say, improve frontline customer service skills.

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