Apprenticeship programme 2019
Three-year programme to commence in September 2019
Our apprenticeship programme is the perfect platform to launch your career in accounting. The course not only aids your personal and professional development, but it will also enable you to gain valuable skills and abilities that will benefit you throughout your working life.
Working towards your Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification over 3 years, you will gain vital practical experience and have the chance to apply your knowledge across a variety of projects with our tax team.
The programme consists of first-class on-the-job training, alongside formal classroom-based training with our provider, Kaplan. We encourage and support successful students to then study for and gain a Chartered Accountancy qualification.
AAT Accounting Qualification
If you’re looking for a successful career in accounting, AAT is the perfect start to gain a professional qualification…
What support do we provide?
UNW has a very strong coaching culture, and our highly-experienced people work alongside our apprentices, with an emphasis on passing on their skills and experience…
The application process
To apply for our apprenticeship programme, you will have completed your A Level studies, gaining at least 3 grade B’s and will have a minimum grade B GCSE in both Maths and English Language…
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