If you’re looking to study while working then Kaplan Apprenticeships could be the perfect route for your career. Have you just finished school or college and want to kick-start your career while gaining a qualification? If so, a Kaplan Apprenticeship could be just what you’re looking for to advance your career while providing you with a credible alternative to college and university.
When it comes down to becoming a financial professional then there’s not better place to learn that at Kaplan who are the experts themselves in delivering high quality training with relevancy to the finance services. With over 60 years of experience Kaplan are committed to helping you to achieve your academic and career best.
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What do Kaplan Apprenticeships involve?
Kaplan Apprenticeships involves a work-based training programme that mixes on the job training with academic study enabling you to develop your skills while gaining a nationally recognised qualification and real life work experience plus you’ll even get paid!
If you’re keen to start your career in the accountancy and tax industries then a Kaplan Apprenticeship could be the answer you’ve been looking for. They offer a wide range of Apprenticeship qualifications in finance so whatever stage in your education you’re up to there’s bound to be something to suit you out of the following qualifications:
There are so many benefits to doing an Apprenticeship, for example you’ll gain free work-based training, earn at least the apprentice minimum wage, receive at least 20 days paid holiday a year, plus Bank Holidays, be working towards and obtain a nationally recognised qualification and there are Apprenticeships available up to level 7 (Masters).
Upon completion of your Apprenticeship with Kaplan you’ll have proven your capabilities and depending on your preference you could choose to progress onto an advanced (Level 3) or a higher level Apprenticeship (Level 4, 5, 6, 7) or you might want to continue advancing your career with the current company you’re at or find a new company hiring for a role relevant to what you’re qualified in.