This is an excellent course for those working within or looking to enter the financial sector, as many employers are asking potential or existing employees to gain this qualification. Gaining this certification will also allow you to become a member of the AAT professional body.
This course is offered as a distance learning course, where you will study from home in your own time. The course materials will be made available on a weekly basis via the college’s Blackboard system. You will be able to contact the course tutor via email at any point to discuss any aspect of the course and the materials provided. On the build-up to the online assessments there will be the option for you to come into the college for additional support from one of the AAT lecturers.
The costs for the course will depend on your age, what previous qualifications that you have already achieved at, whether you are on benefits or in full time employment. For full details of the costs please ring Linda Scott on 01302 553553 ext 2849 in the Learner Services Department at The Hub.
If you have to pay the full costs for the course it is £500.
The course fees will include your membership to AAT, all materials for the course and all exam fees for 1 sitting only, (should you not pass any of the exams then the resit costs would have to be paid for by yourself).
There are many ways to pay for the course and this could be done as follows:
- You could get your employer to pay for the course, the college would require a letter from them on company letter headed paper. Just present this to Learner Services when you enrol.
- You could pay by Standing Order.
- Course Level
January 2017 - July 2017
During this course you will be taught 2 subjects. All of the units within the qualification are mandatory.
- Bookkeeping Transactions
- Bookkeeping controls
On successful completion of this course you would be able to apply for AAT Advanced Accounting.
You should hold a Grade C (4) or above in maths, or an equivalent qualification.