The course covers a range of accounting practices and techniques, such as maintaining cost accounting records and the preparation of reports and returns.
You cover six units:
What are the future prospects?
With AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) qualifications you open up huge opportunities nationally and internationally. The qualifications are recognised throughout the finance world, from small local enterprises to the biggest multinationals, there is a demand for qualified accounting staff. You can climb the finance ladder by gaining further AAT qualifications at Level 4. At over 30 UK universities AAT qualifications from level 3 provide exemptions on accounting and finance related degrees. All the UK chartered and certified accountancy bodies recognise the AAT accounting qualification and offer AAT members generous exemptions.
Time: Tue 17:00 - 21:00 & Thur 17:00 - 21:00
AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting or A Level Accounting. A minimum of A* - C grades in GCSE English and Mathematics (or Level 2 Literacy and Numeracy)
All units use computer-based assessment, 4 of which are electronically marked by AAT, the remaining two are marked internally.
In addition you will have to pay AAT membership renewal paid directly to AAT £86, and you will be expected to buy course books, one per unit which at £13 each will total a further £78.
You will need a textbook for each unit. Your tutor will advise you of the cheapest places to buy these at the start of the course. Limited textbooks are available in the college LRC for short term loans.