If you like Maths lessons, have a look at these apprenticeships. You will need good numeracy skills…

For some, literacy, the arts, or being creative just isn’t for them. If you find yourself taking to mathematics like a duck to water, crunching numbers, writing formulas, or even solving mental numerical problems with ease, then there is a good chance your future vocation will be found here.

Many employers value apprentices that are good with numbers, and accurate in their calculations, particularly in industry sectors such as Finance and Engineering. All activities, from balancing accounts to ensuring a structure is sound in its construction, require a good brain for maths. See if any of the apprenticeships below make sense to you.

An apprenticeship in either the Engineering or Finance sectors might be right up your street but there are loads of other opportunities available, and all of the apprenticeships listed here would enable you to put your numeracy skills to good use.

Accounting and taxation professional apprenticeship

Provide financial information and advice to different organisations Accountancy and taxation professionals are recognised around the world as respected leaders...

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Accounting finance manager apprenticeship

Manage and implement accounting, finance systems and processes As an accounting finance manager, you’ll work in the accounts/finance department of...

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Accounts assistant apprenticeship

Assist the team of accountants with junior accounting duties An accounts assistant—also known as a finance assistant—is an integral part...

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Actuarial technician apprenticeship

Help colleagues to build mathematical models to make financial predictions for clients The actuarial profession is a diverse sector that...

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Actuary apprenticeship

Use mathematical skills to measure the probability and risk of future events, and their financial impact An actuary engages in...

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Aerospace software development engineer apprenticeship

Develop software to support the aerospace industry Aerospace software engineering is highly technical, requiring an apprentice to develop, modify and...

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Air traffic controller apprenticeship

Direct aircraft, both on the ground and through controlled airspace The UK manages one of the busiest and most complex...

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Architect apprenticeship

Work on the design of new buildings and the redesign of existing buildings An architect leads the processes of planning,...

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