AAT Level 2 Certificate (Part-time day)

23240L0 | Leigh Adult Learning Centre
Start Date | 15/09/2021
Time/Day | 09:30 - 14:30 TUE

Is this course for me?

You should study for this qualification, if you would like to work as an accounts assistant in a manual or computerised accounting environment.

What will I study?

The AAT Foundation Stage accounts programme consists of: processing bookkeeping transactions, control accounts, journals and the banking system, basic costing and computerised accounting.

How long is the course?

This is a one year, part time course, covering four hours per week in class.

How will I be assessed?

By computerised external assessment.

What qualifications do I need?

Students will be required to have GCSE Grade D / 3 in English and Maths.

What can I progress onto?

You may progress onto AAT Intermediate and Technician levels and ultimately membership of the AAT (MAAT).

Other Information

The Association of Accounting Technicians is recognised by leading accounting institutions: the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Association of Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Course Fees

16-18 Year Olds 19+ year olds Free for eligible learners? Is Loan Available?
£632.50 Yes No

Exam Fee

£414.00

Course fees shown are per annum for University Centre courses. Courses lasting longer than one year, fees will be payable per year.

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