Bookkeeping (AAT Level 2)

Bookkeeping (AAT Level 2)

Subject Area: Accounting Adult Learning Professional Development

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Course Information

  • Start Date: Apr, 2019
  • Attendance: Part-time
  • Duration: 10 Weeks
  • Course Code: 138559
  • Entry Requirements

    A good profile of GCSEs including English and maths at grade 4 (grade C) or above.

    You need to be aged 19+.

    Course Overview

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    Completing the course will involve the study of the following units:

    · Processing bookkeeping transactions

    · Control accounts, journals, and the banking system

    You will attend college for 3.5 hours per week and study each unit in turn. A computerised exam will be sat at the end of each unit. Exams may take place outside of classroom times.

    Course Highlights

    According to the AAT Regional Manager, the East Anglian region has a higher percentage of Bookkeepers in employment than any other part of the UK, which makes this course desirable for people looking to enter the profession and/or gain an accredited qualification.

    This qualification covers the underpinning knowledge and understanding of Bookkeeping which can be applied in a working environment, whether you are employed or self-employed.

    Next Steps

    Accounting technicians are skilled support staff working in accounting and finance in a variety of organisations. The Association of Accounting Technicians is a widely-respected professional organisation. When employers advertise for accounts staff, they frequently state that applicants should have or should be studying for an AAT qualification. Successful completion of this course will strengthen your CV and give you an increased chance of gaining employment in an accounts position.

    Tuition Costs

    For all students aged 19+ fees are £380.

    Additional Costs

    Students will need to join the AAT as student members, this involves paying a joining fee which is currently £43. In addition to this students will need to buy textbooks for each unit costing approximately £23 in total.