Earn whilst you learn.
Study for your AAT qualification via an apprenticeship with government funding to cover your tuition fees.
An apprenticeship is a work-based training programme that combines on-the-job training with your AAT studies, offering a direct route into accounting and finance. Apprentices cover the same study areas and have the same distance learning options as other AAT students, with additional 1-2-1 dedicated support from your work-based assessor.
You'll be employed in an accounting role for a minimum of 30 hours per week, whilst studying for your AAT qualification. We work with many employers and could help you secure a suitable apprentice role to get you started. Learn on-the-job, develop your accountancy knowledge and skills, gain your AAT qualification and earn a wage – all at the same time.
Benefits to Apprentices:
- No university tuition fees
- Start your career whilst gaining a professional education
- Earn a wage – on average £209 a week^
- Learn a business from the bottom up whilst developing your skills
- Fast-track your career – apprenticeships are a great path to further qualifications
- AAT apprentices will benefit from BPP Momentum
If you're aged 16-23, your apprenticeship could be 100% government funded. If you've over 18, your apprenticeship can be part government funded and part employer funded – still no tuition fees for you to pay.
What requirements are there for apprentices?
- You must be aged 16+
- You must be in a full time accounting role – this is something we can help you secure
- You must live in the UK/EEA/EU
- You can't be a university graduate
^ Apprenticeship Pay Survey 2011