BPP Professional Apprenticeships - Business, Finance, Accountancy and Law
Posted: 9th of January 2017 by Naomi Bourne
We are a national training provider of apprenticeships in Business, Finance, Accountancy and Law. We work with top employers across the country to offer high-achieving students an alternative route to prestigious careers that have typically only been available to graduates.
We have roles available across the country and are looking for ambitious, intelligent and driven individuals who are ready to kick start their career in Business, Finance, Accountancy or Law. With Degree Apprenticeships, you can now gain your full bachelor’s or master’s degree through the apprenticeship route without paying tuition fees – all whilst working for a great employer and earning a wage.
How to apply
What are the progression routes?
BPP Professional Apprenticeships are aligned to recognised professional qualifications and institutions. They offer a clear pathway from one qualification to the next up (such as to chartered status), enabling apprentices to follow career paths that typically have previously only been accessible to university graduates. Not only do they provide a true alternative route into these professions, they provide a real job, a real wage, real experience and opportunity to progress.
We work with employers to create apprenticeship or School Leaver Programmes tailored to their business that provides training and progression.
What apprenticeships do BPP offer?
Business and Accountancy Apprenticeships:
- Business – Level 4
- Accounting: AAT – Level 2,3
- Professional Accountancy/Taxation Technician – Level 4
- Senior Financial Services Customer Advisor – Level 3
- Insurance Practitioner – Level 3
- Investment Operations Specialist – Level 4
- Actuarial Technician – Level 4
- Chartered Manager – Level 6 Degree Apprenticeship
- Digital and Technology Solutions – Level 6 Degree Apprenticeship
- Paralegal – Level 3
- Solicitor – Level 7
There are brand new apprenticeship programmes coming soon, so keep an eye out for the exciting opportunities that will be available to you.
What are the entry requirements?
Minimum requirements set by the Government to be an apprentice state you must be:
- Aged 16+
- Employed in a relevant role for more than 30 hours per week at the time you start your apprenticeship
- Permanent resident in England
For more details on the exact entry requirements for each pathway, and to check your eligibility, please visit our website.
Individual employers may also state their entry requirements.
Where can I study?
We work with employers across the country and offer flexible study options including In Centre Face to Face, Online Classroom and Online Classroom Live to fit around work commitments and travel restrictions.
Start your career: www.bpp.com/apprenticeships
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