AAT Accounting Qualifications for your staff

Posted: 25 July 2018 at 11:58 am | Author: Lauren Daws

By investing in the practical training of your finance team, you can provide them with the skills and knowledge to run efficient processes that support your business growth.

Accounting qualifications via the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is not just for new employees; many of our students are already employed in a finance role and are looking to upskill, gain confidence and learn new skills that they can apply in their daily jobs.

Why AAT?

Cost effective
Investing in training your current staff can help avoid extra costs of outsourcing or recruiting skilled labour.

Build a loyal workforce
As well as filling any skill gaps, investing in the personal development of your team is far more likely to produce loyal employees and reduce staff turnover; a significant drain on time and money.

Apprenticeship options
Apprenticeships are not just for new members of staff, it is likely that your current staff are eligible to train via an apprenticeship route. Gaining AAT qualifications as part of an apprenticeship can be a cost effective way to train.

What courses do we offer?

All of our AAT Accounting and Bookkeeping courses take place at our modern training centre in Godmanchester (near Huntingdon) Cambridgeshire. Half day release (one morning a week, 9.15am-1pm) or evening class (one evening a week, 5.30pm-8.30pm) options are available on most courses.

  • Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping
    Looks at a range of basic accounting techniques including manual double entry bookkeeping and associated documents and processes, up to Trial Balance standard.
  • Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping
    Looks at double entry bookkeeping, indirect taxation, year-end adjustments and the drafting of financial statements.
  • Level 2 Certificate in Accounting
    Looks at basic accounting principles and techniques, from costing and double-entry bookkeeping to computerised accounting.
  • Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting
    Looks at a range of complex accounting tasks such as maintaining cost accounting records and the preparation of income statements, reports and returns.
  • Level 4 Diploma in Accounting
    Looks at a range of higher level accounting tasks including drafting financial statements, managing budgets, evaluating financial performance and preparing personal and business tax returns.

The next step

If you’re interested in training a member of your staff with one of our accounting qualifications and wish to discuss what course is best for them, please contact us and speak to a member of staff who can talk you through the options. If your employee knows which course that want to undertake, they can apply online via the relevant course page.

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