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Aat accounting level 2 and 3

Open Study College
Online

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Typology A Level
Methodology Online
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Description

Short Description: The AAT Level 2 Certificate and Level 3 Diploma in Accounting introduce you to a wide range of accountancy principles, techniques and skills. These AAT qualifications can be studied from home, making it even easier for you to begin your Accountancy career.Take the steps towards becoming a fully-fledged accountant from the comfort of your own home!This course will allow you to:

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Rebecca Kelly
01/12/2016
What I would highlight I am obliged to a great lady, Alex. She has helped me all along my course and worth the cost. I really acknowledge the assistance and suggestion.

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Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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What you'll learn on the course

Financial Training
Production
Financial
Benefits
Bookkeeping
Accounts
Transactions
VAT
Spreadsheet
Finance
Accountancy

Course programme

  • AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2:

    UNIT 1: BOOKKEEPING TRANSACTIONS (GLH: 60)
    • Understand financial transactions within a bookkeeping system
    • Processing customer transactions
    • Processing supplier transactions
    • Processing receipts and payments
    • Processing transactions through the ledgers to the trial balance
    UNIT 2: BOOKKEEPING CONTROLS (GLH: 45)
    • Understanding payment methods
    • Understanding controls in a bookkeeping system
    • Using control accounts
    • Using the journal
    • Reconciling a bank statement with the cash book
    UNIT 3: ELEMENT OF COSTING (GLH: 45)
    • Understand an organisation’s cost recording system
    • Using a cost recording system to record or extract data
    UNIT 4: WORK EFFECTIVELY IN FINANCE (GLH: 45)
    • Understanding an organisation’s finance function
    • Using numeracy, literacy and communication skills
    • Working independently or in a team to prioritise tasks and manage colleagues’ responsibilities
    • Understanding ethical values, principles and importance of confidentiality
    • Understanding and explaining benefits to organisations of sustainable values
    UNIT 5: USING ACCOUNTS SOFTWARE (GLH: 45)
    • Recording and processing customer and supplier transactions
    • Recording and reconciling bank and cash transactions
    • Processing and using journals to enter accounting transactions
    • Production of reports for customer and suppliers
    • Production of a trial balance and general ledger reports
  • AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting Level 3:

    UNIT 1: ADVANCED BOOKKEEPING (GLH: 60)
    • Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping
    • Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets
    • Accounting for purchase of non-current assets
    • Accounting for depreciation and adjustments
    • Accounting for disposal of non-current assets
    • Preparing and extending the trial balance
    UNIT 2: FINAL ACCOUNTS PREPARATION (GLH: 60)
    • Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts
    • Preparing accounting records from incomplete information
    • Producing final accounts for sole traders
    • Understanding partnerships’ legislative and accounting requirements
    • Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account
    • Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership
    UNIT 3: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: COSTING (GLH: 80)
    • Understanding an organisation’s costing systems
    • Recording and analysing cost information
    • Apportioning costs to organisational requirements
    • Analysing budget deviations and reporting these to management
    • Using information gathered from costing systems to assist decision making
    UNIT 4: INDIRECT TAX (GLH: 60)
    • Understanding VAT regulations
    • Completing VAT returns accurately and on time
    • Understanding VAT penalties and adjust for previous errors
    • Communicating VAT information
    UNIT 5: ETHICS FOR ACCOUNTING (GLH: 50)
    • Understanding principles of ethical working
    • Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers
    • Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches
    • Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability
    UNIT 6: SPREADSHEET FOR ACCOUNTING (GLH: 50)
    • Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data
    • Selecting and using appropriate formulas and data analysis tools and techniques
    • Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information
  • Achievements for this centre

    2017

    Additional information

    ASSESSMENT: Both courses are assessed by four unit assessments and one synoptic assessment all of which are computer-based assessments that are taken at an external exam centre. The four unit assessments are available on demand throughout the year while the synoptic are available at set dates throughout the year. COURSE DURATION: Together, this combined course takes approximately 490 study hours to complete (if you study over the period of one year, that's around 8 hours per week). However, you have two years to complete your course.

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