Apprentices can also become an ACCA member after the successful completion of their apprenticeship. They’ll need 36 months of practical experience, some of which they’ll gain on their apprenticeship journey.
Apprenticeships enable those with school and college qualifications to start working in the sector of their choice, while studying towards a qualification and gaining practical skills. … By doing an ICAEW Apprenticeship you can start working in any sector and take the first steps to qualifying as a chartered accountant.
Karen Young, director at Hays Accountancy & Finance, says: ‘The average salary for an ACCA trainee is currently around £19,300 per annum, while an ACCA part-qualified can expect to earn £25,800 per annum. ACCA finalists are commanding an average salary of £30,700 a year.