AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting & Advanced Diploma in Accounting

Part Time 52 Weeks Online

What will I learn?

Develop your skills in finance administration and how to use accounting software. You will learn how to process customer and supplier transactions, and process receipts and payments. Understand complex bookkeeping procedures such as applying the principles of advanced double-entry bookkeeping and preparing and recording depreciation calculations. Upon completion of your course and exams, you will become a Licensed Bookkeeper (AATQB).


Studying AAT Levels 2 & 3 will allow you to become a Bookkeeper and gain AATQB status, giving you to the opportunity to setup your own business and offer five services.

What are the requirements?

There are no official prerequisites, however, we do recommend you possess a solid understanding of accounting principles as well as a good standard of English literacy and maths skills.

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Key skills

Accounting Systems and Controls Final Accounts Preparation Costing Indirect Taxation Elements of Costing Spreadsheets for Accounting Using Accounting Software
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