19 Years and Over


The purpose of this course is to provide students with the specialist knowledge and skills required for progressing either to employment in an accounting or finance role, or to enable progression to further study in accountancy and finance.

Entry Requirements

You will need to have achieved one of the following:

• AAT Level 2
• You can demonstate a sound knowledge of double-entry book-keeping with relevant work experience

On receipt of your application to study this course you will be invited to attend an admissions interview with a member of the teaching team to discuss the course and its requirements in more depth to ensure the course is right for you.


The course covers the following units:

• Advanced Bookkeeping
• Final Accounts Preparation
• Management Accounting: Costing
• Indirect Tax
• Ethics for Accountants
• Spreadsheets for Accounting


Four units are assessed individually in end-of-unit assessements, in addition to this there is a synoptic assesement which draws on assessed knowledge and understanding from across the qualification.

Awarding body

Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) www.aat.org.uk


Fees: 1795.00

Fees Advanced Learning Loan: 1795.00


Upon successful completion of this course, you may wish to apply to study AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting.

Additional information

Additional help and support is available for you should you require it and this can be discussed at your admissions interview.

Due to the AAT being a professional awarding body, you will need to become a student member of the AAT and pay a membership fee of £147 (if this is your first year of study) or £99 to renew your membership directly to the AAT within 4 weeks of joining the course.

You will also need to purchase text books that are approximately £100. You will be provided with
a book list during the first week of the course and be expected to buy these immediately.

Further Information

For further information, advice and guidance call The Learner Experience Team on 01625 410062.

Duration and Times

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