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AAT Level 3 and 4 Diploma in Accounting (Professional)

AVADO

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What will I learn?

This AAT course will offer you an accredited route into accountancy, allowing you to quickly advance your accounting career. If you’ve gained your AAT Level 2 qualification and are keen to progress your career as quickly as possible, the AAT Level 3 & 4 Diploma will enable you to complete the full AAT pathway by teaching you about advanced and specialised areas of accountancy.

As the UK’s No.1 Provider for AAT qualifications, we ensure that this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge so that you can gain more responsibility in your current or new role. Also, by completing the AAT Level 3 & 4 course can also serve as a perfect starting point on your journey towards chartered accountancy.

We work hard to create courses which will advance your career whilst being a great study option for you to learn around your work and lifestyle commitments. Also, through AVADO’s pass guarantee, if you don’t pass your exams the first time, you will get access to the online campus and dedicated tutor support for a re-sit, for free.

Description

This course will allow you to progress your skills to an advanced level by introducing you to more complex areas of accounting while also allowing you to explore more specialist skills.

This combined course covers fifteen units, of which twelve must be completed: six in the Level 3 qualification and nine in the Level 4 qualification.

Course syllabus:

  • Advanced Bookkeeping
  • Final Accounts Preparation
  • Indirect Tax
  • Management Accounting: Costing
  • Ethics for Accountants
  • Spreadsheets for Accounting
  • Management Accounting: Budgeting
  • Management Accounting: Decision and Control
  • Financial Statements of Limited Companies
  • Accounting Systems and Controls

Optional units:

  • Personal Tax
  • Business Tax
  • External Auditing
  • Cash and Treasury Management
  • Credit Management

Student Support:

Upon enrolment you will be supported by a personal AAT tutor, as well as being taught by AAT experts and accounting professionals. Your personal tutor will be on hand to help navigate around the platform and any doubts about distance learning at ease.

What is included:

  • FREE Xero cloud-based accounting certification
  • One-to-one tutorial support
  • 24-hour access to the Virtual Learning Campus
  • Practice tests, class recordings and student forums
  • Free TOTUM card, the #1 student discount card

Financial options:

Study for as little as £57.08 a month, interest free*

Choose from a range of flexible payment plans to fit your financial situation. You can split the cost of your course over 12 monthly payments, which means funding your course is easy and affordable.

About the AAT:

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is the leading awarding body for skills based accounting qualifications, awarding 90% of all vocational qualifications in finance and accounting. These qualifications are universally respected and internationally recognised making you highly attractive to employers.

*See our website for more representative examples and for full terms and conditions.

What do I need to know?

In order to enrol, you must have passed AAT Level 2 or an equivalent accounting qualification. Alternatively, you can have gained sufficient work experience in an accounting role for the Level 3 course to be appropriate. If you are unsure which level is right for you, please enquire below and our sales agents will let you know what course is best suited for you. The following entry requirements also apply: - You must be over the age of 18. - You must have a solid grasp of the English language (ITLTS 5.5 or equivalent if English is not your first language) - You must be able to attend all exams at an AAT Approved centre.

Awarding Body

Association of Accounting Technicians

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AVADO  is the largest training provider for professional qualifications in the UK with an active community of over 20,000 students studying to secure their next promotion, a higher salary or to take their career in a new direction. AVADO offers a range of flexible professional courses in Accounting , Bookkeeping & Payroll , Marketing ,  Human Resources  and Learning & Development .  All courses are accredited by the leading industry awarding bodies, including; the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Here are just some of the reasons why our students choose AVADO:

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