Accounting, Advanced Apprenticeship

The Account Assistant provides support to internal and external customers, and will work predominantly either as an assistant accountant within practice or alternatively within the finance function of an organisation. The role will involve assisting in the day to day financial activities such as data entry and year-end financial statements.

 

They may also find themselves involved in regulatory financial requirements such as the completion of VAT returns or assisting in the preparation of tax computations. Various behaviours and skills will be required in this role including excellent communication skills, problem solving and team collaboration. Apprentices must also consistently deliver high quality data and understand relevant ethical standards to protect the reputation of the organisation.

Type of study
Apprenticeships

All Apprenticeships are tailored to each individual, the duration is different for every Apprentice. All Apprentices must be on programme for a minimum of one year and a day, although some can last up to four years. If you require more information please contact our Business Development Team for specific course information.

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