Funding is available for our Level 3 and Level 4 AAT accountancy qualifications.
If your organisation has an annual PAYE bill of more than £3 million, you will already be paying the Apprenticeship Levy. You can use funds in your levy pot (your Apprenticeship Service Account) to pay for our accountancy qualifications, which would otherwise cost £9,000.
If your business does not qualify for the Apprenticeship Levy, apprenticeships are still the smart way to train accountancy staff. Generous government funding means small businesses pay just 10% of the cost of a Level 3 or Level 4 apprenticeship – £900 + VAT. By comparison, Level 3 or Level 4 Diplomas take comparable lengths of time to complete but are not eligible for co-funding and cost approximately £2700 + VAT each.
Solvo Vir is an expert in the apprenticeship funding process and will help you make light work of the paperwork. Whether you are a larger business paying the Levy, or a smaller business wanting to claim co-investment, we will support you throughout.
Our accountancy qualifications are accredited by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT). The AAT is a professional membership body, which awards skills-based accountancy and finance qualifications. It has over 140,000 members worldwide.
An AAT accountant qualification is a practical, industry-focussed qualification that will enable learners to manage finances, budgets and cashflow effectively and play a key role in business growth. AAT qualification recognises a level of excellence and work-readiness sought after by businesses. What’s more, successful qualification rewards the learner with full AAT membership.
Upon completion of the Level 2, 3 and 4 accounting training courses and gaining their relevant qualifications, learners can display the letters ‘MAAT’ after their name.