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Apprenticeships with First Intuition

What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a real job, giving employees the chance to gain a nationally recognised qualification whilst earning a salary.

Apprenticeships with First Intuition
In order to deliver apprenticeships that start after 1st May 2017, training providers must be listed on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP).

First Intuition London, Bristol, Cambridge, Reading and Chelmsford have been listed as main providers on the RoATP, which means we are able to deliver a full range of apprenticeship options within the accountancy industry. First Intuition Maidstone is a subcontractor with Kent County Council.

The Skills Funding Agency states:

Organisations that are listed on the RoATP have been through an application process with the SFA that considers due diligence, capability, quality and financial health to assess their capability to deliver high-quality apprenticeship training.

Apprenticeships: Employers

How do apprenticeships affect employers?

First Intuition are working with a number of clients to deliver accountancy apprenticeship programmes.

The BBC caught up with key client Moore Stephens and their apprentice Xena Djima at the National Apprenticeship Show.

If you would like to discuss how working with First Intuition could benefit you and your business, or would like to find out more, please contact us. 

Apprenticeship update for employers

In April 2017 we held a free webinar to help employers manage and implement apprenticeship programmes in order to save money on training costs and/or utilise available levy funds. This event covered the following topics:

  • apprenticeship programmes offered by First Intuition
  • funding rules and the apprenticeship levy
  • recruitment service
  • paperwork and evidence requirements
    the learner journey

Missed this session? Watch the recording by clicking on the link below:

Webinar: Apprenticeship Update for Employers

More information about apprenticeships for employers

Apprenticeships: Apprentices

How can I apply for an apprenticeship?

In order to apply for an apprenticeship, you must meet these criteria:

  • be aged 16-24 and be resident in the UK
  • be in full or part time employment and have the support of your employer
  • not hold a degree or currently be in full time education
  • not be studying for any other qualification

Your employer is required to sign a training agreement in support of your studies and must commit to paying any top-up fees where applicable. To find out more please contact your local First Intuition centre.

Useful Links

AAT Apprenticeships

ICAEW Apprenticeships

National Apprenticeships Website