International Accountancy Day (10th November) has just passed, a day dedicated to celebrating the work that Accountants do! We thought we would take this as an opportunity to congratulate our Accountancy Apprentices who have passed their End Point Assessment (EPA) in the last two months and wish those who have taken their EPA in November the best of luck with their final assessments, all with the goal of gaining valuable AAT qualifications!
A big congratulations to the apprentices who have already passed their level 3 Assistant Accountant End Point Assessments in the last two months! There have been some great success stories coming from the EPA’s, one that stands out is Corben from Pure Innovations.
Corben, who was supported by Pure Innovations during his apprenticeship, received great results (over 80% mark) in both his Synoptic and Portfolio. After passing, he shared the following feedback with his coach Frank and tutor Andy;
“I’ve been checking the AAT website for my assessment results recently and I’ve just found out today that I got 87% for my reflective assessment and 88% for the advanced synoptic! I’d like to thank you and Andy again for helping me achieve this!” A great result!
Corben was also nominated by his employer to receive our Apprentice Star award in the summer. Well done Corben! You can read about him winning the award here.
In the last week we’ve had 42 apprentices sitting their Synoptic Exams. We’d like to wish them the best of luck, as they wait to receive their results. They all work in the Finance departments at high profile organisations, such as Worldpay, Network Rail, UHY Hacker Young, My Accountancy Place and more.
Below is a snapshot of some of the employers who have hired finance trainees through The Apprentice Academy:
How are you celebrating Accountancy Day? Here at The Academy we will be delivering our weekly training as normal! The Apprentice Academy specialises in the delivery of the level 3 Assistant Accountant Apprenticeship and the level 4 Professional Accounting apprenticeship to make learners occupationally competent. Learn more about them at the links below: