AAT level 2 - Certificate in Accounting
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 September 2012 10:15 Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00
OverviewAn introduction to basic accounting methods including double-entry bookkeeping, basic costing and administrative processes. A minimum of 90% attendance is required for this course. This course is eligible for SFA or EFA funding support.
This course will start to develop the students' skills in double entry book-keeping and give an understanding of management and administration process. The students will learn how to use manual and computerised accounting systems and to work with purchase, sales and general ledgers.
ProgressionProgression to AAT level 3 - Diploma in AccountingLearners may progress onto careers in accounting and finance in a variety of industrial and commercial settings.
AssessmentThere are five computer based examinations. These exams are written whenever the learner is ready.
Entry RequirementsThere is no formal entry requirement. However, students are expected to have literacy and numeracy skills equivalent to level 2 (GCSE). Mature students are welcome to apply.
QualificationsAAT Level 2 - Certificate in Accounting.
Home StudyApproximately four to six hours a week. Independent study by way of homework is an essential and integral part of this course.
SkillsWork experience in an accounting environment is not necessary, but would be an advantage.
Work PlacementEmployment in a related area is not necessary but an advantage.
Additional CostsThe following costs are payable directly to AAT- Annual Membership fee 80 plus a one off Admission fee of 36. Exam fees are included in the course fee. Exam resits fees are payable by the student. Books are approximately 80. These fees are subject to change by the awarding body without notice.
|Code||Location||Start||End||Times||Day||Duration||Cost (Year 1)|
|PD0202 121301||Newbury College||10/09/2012||10/07/2013||09:00 to 16:30||Monday||24 Weeks||£830.00|