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AAT L2 Accounting PT

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Course Outline

Our AAT courses are run part time and available at a Level 2,3 & 4. This will provide you the prefect foundation route into a career as an accountant or any financial role, the career options are endless.

Entry Requirements

No formal qualifications are required, however applicants should have basic Literacy and Numeracy skills.

What will I learn?

This introductory level is where you’ll get to develop your skills in finance administration: double-entry bookkeeping, basic costing principles and purchase, sales and general ledgers.

Course Assessment

Level 2 - 5 Assessments (4 module based and 1 overall)

Career Progression

Many learner's progress into a variety of accountancy related roles such as: Accounts payable and expenses supervisor, Assistant financial accountant, Commercial analyst, Cost accountant, Fixed asset accountant, Payments and billing manager, Payroll manager, Senior bookkeeper, Senior finance officer, Senior fund accountant, Senior insolvency administrator, Tax supervisor, VAT accountant


01 August 2024 - 31 July 2025

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