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Actuary - Level 7 - Apprenticeship Standard
This apprenticeship standard is Level 7 and typically takes 36 months to complete.
Details of standard
Actuaries work in a very niche industry with only approximately 450 qualifying each year. The actuarial profession however is still a diverse sector, working in the areas of insurance, pensions, healthcare, investment and the growing area of financial risk management. The role, responsibilities and exams that are required as an Actuary require individuals to stretch their abilities to a very high level. Actuaries use mathematical skills to measure the probability and risk of future events, and the financial impact on a business and/or individuals.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Apprentices who complete the program will receive a Actuary - Level 7 - Apprenticeship Standardtechnical certificate.
Level 7 qualifications are equivalent to:
- a Master’s degree
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