This level introduces more complex accounting tasks, like preparing final accounts for sole traders and partnerships and VAT calculations and returns.
Added June 2019
Ideally, students should have one or two GCSE Grades A-C, possibly the AAT Level 2 in Bookkeeping or similar, however, common sense and an aptitude for numbers and estimation are more important.
Open to students of all ages
Unit covers:- understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping, understating accounting methods or recording non-current assets, accounting for purchases of non-current assets, accounting for depreciation and adjustments, accounting for disposal of non-current assets, preparing and extending the trial balance.
Final Accounts Preparation
Unit covers:- 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 statement of financial position relating to a partnership.
Unit covers: - understanding VAT regulations, completing VAT returns accurately and on time, understanding VAT penalties and adjusting for previous errors, communicating VAT information.
All tuition is based around classroom lectures by highly qualified and experienced members of staff. Examinations are on-line assessments
Students will be able to progress to and complete the Association of Accounting Technicians AAT Level 2 full qualification or start the Association of Accounting Technicians AAT Level 3. The course also provides a qualification that employers are looking for.
AAT Enrolment Fee
Exam Fee approx
£ 135 for all the exams studied in the year
This course can be funded through Skills For Industry 2 – please ask for more details.