This T Level in Accounts is a new two-year technical study programme, designed with employers to give young people the skills that industry needs. The T Level Accounts will provide a mixture of technical knowledge and skills as well as a relevant industry placement.
On completion, students will be able to choose between moving into a skilled occupation such as an Assistant Accountant or Payroll Administrator or to go into further and higher professional or academic study, for example, a higher degree level Accounts Apprenticeship, or higher-level technical study including higher education.
Students who study a T Level in Accounts with us will:
1. Develop Technical core skills, behaviours and knowledge to work in an Accounting practice and
with Accounts policy and procedures through class based learning to achieve a technical
qualification that is the equivalent to 3 A Levels.
2. Be able to apply skills and knowledge of Accounts procedures in an industrial placement and
work with partnership employers who will support employer based project work.
3. Further develop their English, Maths and Digital Skills throughout the two year course.
4. Develop their own research and analytical skills, use of variety of sources of information,
problem solve and investigate to make reasoned conclusions, communicate those conclusions
and become solutions focused
5. Work independently and collaborate with others.
1. Further Study
2. Higher Level Study ? professional or HE based
3. Employment in an Accounts Profession
1. Accounts Assistant
2. Payroll Administrator
Assessment is externally set in the form of 2 written exam papers at the end of the course (synoptic in nature).
Successful completion of an employer led project and demonstration of specialist technical Accounting skills will also form part of the assessment to achieve this course.
This further education course is free for all 16-18 year olds who are resident in the UK and the European Economic Area for the last 3 years.
(You must be under 19 on 31st August in the calendar year that you start your course).