AAT Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping - Level 2

Level 1 Diploma
Course Overview

If you are keen to start to work in accountancy and financial management, our Level 2 course will introduce you to the basics of the industry.

Further Details

Course Location

Stockport College

Age

Adult

Course Duration

Part-Time - 10 weeks

Department

Accounting & Finance

You must be aged 19+. You will be asked to complete an initial assessment to ensure your numeracy and literacy skills are sufficient to do well on the course. You should be working towards a minimum of level 1 for both Maths and English to commence the programme.

You must have access to a computer/laptop at home supported by Wi Fi. This is to enable access to all online materials throughout the programme via Microsoft Teams. In the event of a local lockdown due to Covid-19 delivery will be temporarily switched to an online model and platform.

For further details please contact Course Enquiries on 0300 300 0090
Bookkeeping Transactions
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Successful completion of this course alongside and excellent attendance record will provide you with one of the entrance requirements for the Level 3 AAT Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping or alternatively complete Foundation Certificate in Accounting at Level 2.





The roles you are qualified to perform after completing this qualification include:

Accounts Administrator
Account Assistant
Accounts Payable Clerk
Bookkeeper
Payroll Administrator
Payroll Officer
Purchase/Sales Ledger Clerk
Tax Assistant
Trainee Accounts Technician

Examinations per unit

£462
This includes the AAT Assessment costs (£100). Fees are due at enrolment. You are required to register with the AAT. Membership costs are currently £48 per annum.

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