Apprenticeships mix on-the-job training with classroom learning. They provide you with the skills you need for your chosen career that will also lead to nationally recognised qualifications. As an apprentice you earn while you learn and receive other benefits as well. At least 20% of your working week will be devoted to off the job training.

There is no upper age limit to starting an apprenticeship - you may wish to use the apprenticeship route to retrain or to provide you with an opportunity to upskill.

As an apprentice, and with ICB as  your End Point Assessment Organisation, you will be given the chance to take our membership examinations which will not only provide a free-standing qualification but can also lead eventually to you setting up your own practice and working for yourself if that is your chosen route.

Alternatively you may decide to progress onto a higher level of apprenticeship and train to be a fully qualified accountant. ICB works with ICAEW and ACCA to provide a route for you to fulfil your ambition.

For further details please email apprenticeships@bookkeepers.org.uk or telephone 020 7856 2567 and ask to speak to the apprenticeship department.

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