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Overview

Title: Insurance Practitioner T Level

Pathway: Legal, Finance & Accounting

Available Study Options:
Full Time

Delivery Method: Face-to-face

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What will I study?

If you want to develop a career in finance then why not focus on the role of an Insurance Practitioner. Enrol now on this new generation of Gold Standard qualifications as a technical alternative to A Levels. T Levels are developed by the Institute of Apprenticeships; employers and the Department for Education. The T Level Technical Qualification in Finance provides the opportunity to specialise in the role of an Insurance Practitioner. An Insurance Practitioner provides outstanding service to customers and clients by outlining the potential risks they face in a variety of situations. From driving to natural disasters, they use best practice to offer the appropriate products that may help alleviate the fears in relation to these issues.

T-Level's are split into three main sections:

1) Technical qualification (TQ): This is the main, classroom-based element. Students will learn about their chosen sectors through a curriculum designed by employers and developed by the awarding organisation (AO) Pearsons. This is made up of core content and then the opportunity to specialise into 1 of 4 different occupational specialisms, in this case an Insurance Practitioner. Through the core content, students will develop an understanding of a broad range of issues relevant to the sector, including:

  • The business environment – general understanding of business models, tax laws, fundamental business principles and drivers for change.
  • Fundamentals of financial accounting – an understanding of elementary financial principles, concepts and practices and how this content links to relevant accounting, bookkeeping, and business mathematics.
  • Professionalism and ethics - an understanding of professional conduct and responsibilities in the workplace and ethical dilemmas for the individual, organisation and professional.
  • Data driven innovation and analytics and design thinking – an awareness of key requirements of a data governance framework and understand the main contemporary visualisation tools and when they are best used to support decision making.


2) Industry placement: This runs for a minimum of 315 hours (45 days) overall and will give students practical insights into their sector and an opportunity to embed the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.
3) English, maths and digital provision: These are also built into the classroom-based element of the T Level, meaning students will be given a solid foundation of transferable skills.

 

How will I be assessed?

To achieve this T Level, learners must meet all requirements of the T Level framework of which the technical qualification is one part. Learners must successfully complete an industry placement, maths and English at level 2 

Learners must complete:
Two externally set exams, one employer-set project and one occupational specialism assessment.

What will this lead to?

The T Level in Finance aims to progress students into one of 4 occupational specialisms through employment or as an Apprentice. These specialisms are Financial Compliance Risk Analyst, Insurance Practitioner, Invest Banking Asset Management Analyst or Retail and Commercial Banking Analyst. Furthermore, the completion of this qualifications gives students the opportunity to progress onto higher education courses and training. 

 

Entry requirements

Entry Level Courses : 
Skills for Life & Work 
No formal qualifications are required for this course, although evidence of personal progression from previous education establishments would be beneficial.  
These courses are specifically designed for learners with a special educational need (SEND). 

Skills & Employability  
English & maths GCSE Grades G-U / 1 or English & maths Functional Skills Entry Level 3  

Full Time GCSE Re-sit Study Course
You will receive an offer of a place on the course subject to passing an English & Maths assessment. 

Full Time Level 1 Course 
English & Maths GCSE Grades E-G/1- 2 or English & Maths Functional Skills Entry Level 3. 

Full Time Level 2 Course 
Minimum of 4 GCSEs at grade D/3 including English and Maths or a vocational qualification Level 1, plus GCSE grade D/3 in both English and Maths. 
English & Maths Functional Skills Level 1 will be accepted as an alternative to GCSEs.  

Full time Level 3 Course
Minimum of 4 GCSEs at grades A-C/4-9 (including English and Maths) or a vocational qualification Level 2, plus GCSE grade C/4 in both English and Maths

T Level 
Minimum of 5 GCSE passes but English and Maths GCSE must be Grade 5 or above. 
T levels in Science and Healthcare Science will also require a minimum of a grade 5 in a GCSE Science subject.

 

How to apply

You can apply for all our courses by choosing the Apply Now button, which appears once you have chosen the area you are interested in.

You can apply for Apprenticeship vacancies or register your interest in an Apprenticeship sector as follows -

To register your interest - http://www.oldham.ac.uk/apprenticeships-traineeships/apprenticeships/

To apply for a vacancy - http://www.oldham.ac.uk/apprenticeships-traineeships/apprenticeship-vacancies/

Cost

Full Time

If you are aged between 16 and 18 when you start your course and are taking a course leading to a qualification, the tuition and exam fees are free. However, there may be some additional costs for optional trips, recommended text books and professional start up kits. We have a bursary scheme to assist with these costs.

  • If you're aged 19 or over, you may need to pay tuition fees and exam fees, but many students will be eligible for discounts on these.
  • If you're 19 to 23 and do not already hold a full Level 2 (five or more GCSEs at Grade A* to C/1-4; NVQ Level 2 or equivalent) or full Level 3 (an Access to Higher Education Course, BTEC National Certificate or Diploma, NVQ Level 3, or two or more A Levels or equivalent) qualification you will be exempt from paying tuition fee and exam fees if you undertake a full Level 2 or full Level 3 qualifications.    
  • If you are 19 and over, undertaking an Entry Level, Level 1 or Level 2 course you may be exempt from paying tuition and exam fees if you receive an active benefit (e.g. Universal Credit, Employment Support Allowance, Job Seekers Allowance) and are seeking work.
  • If you are aged 19 and over and study GCSE Maths or English and do not already hold a C grade/4 or higher in the subject that you are studying, you will be exempt from paying tuition fee and exam fees.
  • Please note that fees may be charged to students ages 19 and over on certain courses. For more information about course fees and whether you may be eligible for fee remission please ring 0161 785 4039 or email admissions@oldham.ac.uk

Part Time

If you are aged between 16 and 18 when you start your course and are taking a course leading to a qualification, the tuition and exam fees are free. However, there may be some additional costs for optional trips, recommended text books and professional start up kits.

Please note that fees may be charged to students ages 19 and over on certain courses. For more information about course fees and whether you may be eligible for fee remission please ring 0161 785 4039 or email admissions@oldham.ac.uk

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This will provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the course/Apprenticeship and to see our facilities.