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AAT Level 3 Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping

Training Link (Birmingham)

£495 PER COURSE

What will I learn?

This advanced certificate course consists of three units for which you will receive individual workbooks containing lessons, examples and activities. Assignments are accessible 24/7 online with instant marking enabling fast progression.

Your allocated tutor will be on hand to answer any questions and guide you through the learning process. Extra lessons, examples and tests are available along with comprehensive exam preparation and practice ensuring you are confident and fully prepared for the exams. You will be required sit an exam at the end of each unit.

Enhanced Learning Resources

Our unique blend of Printed Materials, Practical Activities and Online Resources have proven to significantly reduce the amount of time taken to complete a course, which in turn has vastly increased our students course completion and pass rates. There is no reduction whatsoever in the Learning Content, Outcomes and Qualifications with our Bookkeeping and Accounts Courses. In fact we have higher completion rates with our Bookkeeping and Accounts courses than any home study or classroom based providers.

Waiting hours or days on end for assignments to be marked, and questions to be answered is a thing of the past with Training Link. Many of your assessments can be taken online with instant marking, and within the system you will have 24/7 access to e-books along with extra practice and self-tests that will allow you to continue your studies away from your books and your computer.

Our Student Services Department operational 7 days per week, you are able to progress smoothly and in your own time; no scheduled class times to work around or being held up waiting for answers and our Student Street community is yours to engage and share with fellow students 24/7

The 3 units cover:-

  • Advanced Bookkeeping (AVBK)
    This unit follows on from trial balance stage at level 2. You will learn how to prepare accounts from partial information, correction of errors and how to produce an Extended Trial Balance in preparation of preparing financial statements.
  • Final Accounts Preparation (FAPR)
    You will learn how to prepare financial accounts (statement of profit and loss and statement of financial position) for sole traders and partnerships.
  • Indirect Tax (IDRX)
    This unit covers the treatment of VAT, VAT thresholds, when to register for VAT, how to complete a VAT return and all you need to know about VAT for the small to medium business.

Professional ethics are covered within each of the above units.

What do I need to know?

Level 2 AAT Bookkeeping or equivalent. Please contact us if you hold a qualification or have experience in Bookkeeping and Accounts. We can then assess and advise on any exemptions that may be allowable. A good understanding of the English language is essential.

Awarding Body

Association of Accounting Technicians

Course info

Qualification

Professional or Industry specific qualification

Study Hours

Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode

Online

Price

£495

Total time for completion

1 year

Who runs this course?

TRAINING LINK

TRAINING LINK

Training Link was launched in 1996 and has progressed to become one of the leading distance learning course providers for Bookkeeping and Accounts in the UK. From the beginning it was clear that the standard of materials and resources used throughout the distance learning industry were not effective or suitable for learning outside of the classroom. This is still the case with many distance learning providers as they choose to use off the shelf books and old fashioned processes and support procedures. Training Link are very proud to say that through continued development and investment it has been possible to develop the highest standard and quality study materials, lessons, activities, resources and support procedures to the extent of

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