|Mode of study||Part-time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||4 February 2019|
|Course code||PLR2BKP001 (1819B)|
|Runs on|| Monday |
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Bookkeeping qualification is suitable for a wide range of students who are interested in gaining skills in manual bookkeeping. This could include those with no prior knowledge of bookkeeping, or those who have some practical knowledge who would like an accredited qualification in the subject.
The course has been specifically designed for:
This course can be complemented by studying it alongside the AAT Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Accounting.
On successful completion of the course students will have the basic skills and knowledge to be able to understand the double-entry bookkeeping system and associated processes. They will also be able to maintain the journal and control accounts, reconcile balances and make corrections, and redraft the trial balance. This will be particularly attractive to those looking to start their own business as it gives them the essential skills to manage their books effectively. If you have achieved at Level 2, you may be eligible for progression on to the part time AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting or the Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping.
There are no formal entry requirements but strong numeracy and literacy skills are essential.
You will need to attend college one evening a week over a 16 week period. To pass the qualification, you will need to complete 2 external exams on a pre-arranged date. Re-sits can be taken almost immediately.
The topics covered include:
All assessments in the qualification will be computer based assessments (CBAs). CBAs are an up to date method of assessment that directly reflect the practical tasks that you currently perform or will be performing in the workplace. CBAs offer you greater flexibility as you can take these assessments as and when you are ready and with the agreement of your tutor. Each of your 2 exams is marked immediately.
An indication of course costs for you to consider are:
All course costs are waived for students aged 18 years and under.
There may be fee waivers available for students aged 19-23. For students aged 19+, financial assistance may be available through the College towards the cost of books and AAT registrations.
For fee enquiries please contact course advice on 01743 342333.
In addition to attending the classes, you will find it necessary to supplement their studies with home study.
Previous convictions: Please note – When registering with AAT, you will need to declare whether you have committed any criminal convictions or had civil convictions against you. All declarations will be followed up by AAT. Serious convictions may result in you being barred from becoming an AAT registered student.
If you meet the entry requirements for this course, please use the Register my Interest or Apply Now buttons or contact Course Advice on 01743 342333 to organise enrolment. If you are still undecided about the course most suitable for you, please drop in to one of our Advice Events, ring Course Advice on 01743 342 333, use our Live Chat facility or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees stated are for enrolment for the current academic year only. Courses which run for 2 or 3 years will be subject to further fees and possible price increases each year.
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