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AAT Level 2 Foundation in Accounting and Bookkeeping-Tutor-led- BLACK FRIDAY DISCOUNTS

Classroom with an online component (blended) + Study Material and Tutor Support


Pitman Training Wembley

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£255 inc VAT (was £300)
Offer ends 30 November 2020
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£300 including VAT for each module. Books and exam fees not included.

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Study method
Blended (classroom and online)
Duration
6 months, Part-time
Qualification
AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting (QCF)
CPD
220 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price, and must be purchased separately
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Address
1-3
Lancelot Road
WEMBLEY
Middlesex
HA02AL
United Kingdom

Overview

Studying with us offers a great opportunity to gain an AAT
Foundation Diploma in Accounting qualification.

Highlights of the course:

  • One to one tutor led sessions with a qualified professional – Classroom based
  • Guaranteed work placement for 3 months in a reputed accounting firm
  • Hands on experience in Sage Accounts Line 50
  • 0% Interest free instalment options
  • Pass rate – 95%. Our students have passed first time with merit or distinction
  • Core subjects are Bookkeeping transactions, Bookkeeping controls, costing, Sage Line 50 Accounts, Synoptic assessment.

Qualification

AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting (QCF)

CPD

220 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office

Description

Bookkeeping transactions
Includes the double entry system, the basics of VAT,
creating sales invoices, general ledger, purchase
and sales ledgers, cash and petty cash books, and
balancing the cash book, petty cash book and
ledger accounts, preparing a trial balance.


Bookkeeping controls
Includes bank reconciliation, sales and purchase
ledger control accounts, using the journal to account
for contra entries and bad debt, checking invoices
for accuracy, accounting for payroll in the accounts,
preparing statements of account, reconciliation of
statements of account, paying invoices falling due
and using information from within the double entry
system to prepare a VAT Return.
Includes preparing a trial balance from the ledger
accounts, using the journal to start up a new set
of double entry accounts, account for bad debts
with associated VAT, correct errors and clear
the suspense account.


Sage 50 Accounts
Convert your manual bookkeeping skills to
computerised accounts using the most popular
software.


Elements of Costing
Learn about the cost recording system within an
organisation; using cost recording techniques; learn
how to provide information on actual and budgeted
costs and income.

Foundation synoptic assessment
Work Effectively in Finance
Learn the finance function within an organisation;
use personal skills development in finance; produce
work effectively; learn about corporate responsibility,
ethics and sustainability within organisations.

Also, bookkeeping transactions, bookkeeping controls and elements of costing is tested in synoptic assessment.

Who is this course for?

Anyone interested in starting a career in accountancy field

Requirements

There are no formal pre-requisites required.

Career path

This course is ideal if you’re looking for a career in accounts and
finance, working as an Accounts Assistant or Bookkeeper for
example. From here, you could progress to undertake the AAT
Level 3 qualification which could lead to careers as an Accountant,
Management Accountant, Finance Manager.

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What are CPD hours/points?

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