AAT Levels 2-4 --Self Learning by Video, auto-marked, lots of exercises.

Level 2 Accounting beginners

    • Although there is a Level one of this course, most people start at this level.
    • The AAT Foundation Award in Accounting Software can lead
      to further study in bookkeeping or accountancy or to employment as:
      • a clerical assistant
      • a trainee bookkeeper
      • an accounts clerk
      • a finance assistant
      • an accounts administrator

    What does the qualification cover?
    The AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting covers a range of foundation accounting and finance
    skills in five mandatory units (240 guided learning hours):
    • Bookkeeping Transactions
    • Bookkeeping Controls
    • Elements of Costing
    • Using Accounting Software
    • Work Effectively in Finance

    Level 3

    What does the qualification cover?
    The AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting covers a range of complex accounting tasks, including
    maintaining cost accounting records and the preparation of reports and returns. It comprises six
    mandatory units (390 guided learning hours):
    • Advanced Bookkeeping
    • Final Accounts Preparation
    • Management Accounting: Costing
    • Indirect Tax
    • Ethics for Accountants
    • Spreadsheets for Accounting.

    Skills developed through this qualification can lead to employment as:
    • an accounts assistant
    • an accounts payable and expenses supervisor
    • an accounts payable clerk
    • an assistant accountant
    • an audit trainee
    • a credit controller
    • a finance assistant
    • a finance officer
    • a payroll supervisor
    • a professional bookkeeper
    • a senior bookkeeper
    • a tax assistant.

    Level 4

    Consists of Mandatory and non Mandatory units.

    Mandatory Units:

    This qualification comprises four mandatory units and two specialist units selected from a choice
    of five options (420 guided learning hours in total).
    The mandatory units are:
    • Management Accounting: Budgeting
    • Management Accounting: Decision and Control
    • Financial Statements of Limited Companies
    • Accounting Systems and Controls.

    Non-Mandatory units:

    The optional units are:
    • Business Tax
    • Personal Tax
    • External Auditing
    • Cash and Treasury Management
    • Credit Management.

    However, the primary and most important outcome of the AAT Professional Diploma in
    Accounting is that it can lead to a wide variety of well-paid accountancy and finance jobs, some
    of which include:
    • professional accounting technician
    • assistant auditor
    • assistant management accountant
    • commercial analyst
    • payroll manager
    • senior bookkeeper
    • senior financial officer
    • accounts payable and expenses
    • assistant financial accountant
    • cost accountant
    • fixed asset accountant
    • indirect tax manager
    • payments and billing manager
    • senior fund accountant
    • senior insolvency administrator
    • tax supervisor
    • VAT accountant

    Exam undertaken in a test centre if required and registration with AAT is necessary and not covered by this fees.

    Each level 200 euros or all levels for 400 Euros.

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