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AAT Level 1 is designed to give learners a gentle introduction to the world of accountancy and consists of four modules including Accounting in a Professional environment, Creating Business Documents, Essential Accounting procedures and Mathematics for Accounting.

AAT Level 2 covers the day-to-day elements of accounting including the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, business documents and the recording of day-to-day transactions up to trial balance level. Elements of Costing will provide an introduction to Cost and Management Accounting. Working Effectively in Accounts and Finance looks at some of the administrative aspects of working in an accounts or office environment including scheduling/prioritisation of work, teamwork and office communication.

AAT Level 2 covers the day-to-day elements of accounting including the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, business documents and the recording of day-to-day transactions up to trial balance level. Elements of Costing will provide an introduction to Cost and Management Accounting. Working Effectively in Accounts and Finance looks at some of the administrative aspects of working in an accounts or office environment including scheduling/prioritisation of work, teamwork and office communication.

AAT Level 2 covers the day-to-day elements of accounting including the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, business documents and the recording of day-to-day transactions up to trial balance level. Elements of Costing will provide an introduction to Cost and Management Accounting. Working Effectively in Accounts and Finance looks at some of the administrative aspects of working in an accounts or office environment including scheduling/prioritisation of work, teamwork and office communication.

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) works with around 130,000 members worldwide in more than 90 countries and supported by over 30,000 employers. AAT qualifications are universally respected and internationally recognised.

The purpose of the AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting is to prepare students to master more complex financial processes, including final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, costs and revenues and professional ethics.

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.

AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting (AQ2016) course outline:

  • Advanced Bookkeeping;
  • Final Accounts Preparation;
  • Management Accounting: Costing;
  • Indirect Tax;
  • Ethics for Accountants;
  • Spreadsheets for Accounting.

The duration of this Apprenticeship is approximately 12 months.

AAT Level 3 emphasises the reports produced by businesses at the end of accounting periods including the final accounts and VAT returns. Costing examines how businesses measure/control their costs and use cost information to make decisions while Professional Ethics examines morals and behaviour in an accounts or financial environment. The Spreadsheet Software module will cover a wide range of the main functions of the Excel Spreadsheet package including construction of spreadsheets, manipulation of data and presentation of information.

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