Students complete first ICAEW Level 7 apprenticeship exams
13 September 2019, The results for the first ever ICAEW Level 7 Professional Accountancy Apprenticeship Project Report have been released today.
The Project Report is the second part of the Level 7 Professional Accountancy Apprenticeship end-point assessment. The first being the ACA Advanced Level Case Study exam which many students sat in July.
There was a pass rate of 100% for the students who completed this first ever session of the Level 7 Accountancy Professional Apprenticeship Project Report. The students are now closer to becoming ICAEW Chartered Accountants following the full Level 7 Accountancy Professional Apprenticeship programme, the first ICAEW students ever to do so.
Commenting on the results, Mark Protherough, ICAEW Executive Director, Learning & Professional Development, said:
“Together, the ACA and the Level 7 Accountancy Professional Apprenticeship enable students to develop knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to start their career while studying towards the ACA qualification. This also means that students gain practical skills and training that employers are looking for. It involves completing the ACA qualification with additional apprenticeship-specific requirements over 36-48 months.”
“We know the students put a lot of hard work into their studies, so it’s great to see so many receiving excellent results. Our congratulations to all of them.”
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