What opportunities will this course give me?
The finance, accountancy, business and communications skills developed in the AAT Level 3 Diploma in Book-keeping can lead to employment as a professional bookkeeper, an accounts manager and a ledger manager to name but a few. The accountancy and finance knowledge developed in this qualification also forms part of the underpinning knowledge for the Advanced Diploma in Accounting Level 3.
What will I be learning?
The AAT Advanced Certificate in Book-keeping covers a range of advanced skills in two mandatory units, Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements and Tax Processes for Business. The purpose of this qualification is to ensure that students are well prepared to progress within a business, finance or professional accountancy careers. A student completing this qualification will further develop accountancy skills in double-entry bookkeeping, as well as furthering an understanding of purchase, sales and general ledgers. On completion of this qualification, learners will be able to apply for qualified bookkeeper status with the AAT and register a business for VAT and complete VAT returns.
Why is Eastleigh College my best choice?
The course is delivered in college on a part-time basis one day per week for 19 weeks. Delivery is through a blend of tutor led sessions and independent study supported by tutorials and course materials through the colleges virtual learning environment. Units are assessed individually in end-of-unit computer-based assessments.
What do I need to sign up?
Candidates will be required to attend an interview prior to commencing on the course and demonstrate an appropriate standard of Literacy and Numeracy. Candidates will need to have a level 2 foundation certificate in accounting or a working knowledge of double entry bookkeeping which will be assessed at interview. IT skills will also be required.
Is there anything else I need to know?
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is a professional body and membership is required in order to undertake this qualification. Registration with the AAT must be made upon commencement of the course and will incur a further charge. Course text books will also be required and full details will be given upon commencement.
A calculator, notebook, pens and an A4 folder are required for the start of the course.
Please note that all courses are subject to minimum numbers and course descriptions may be subject to change. A place on your chosen course is not confirmed until all of the necessary enrolment paperwork is signed and any relevant fees are paid. The team will be in touch to discuss this with you, once your application has been processed.
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