Table of Contents
- What is AAT Bookkeeping Course - Fast Track
- Course Description
- Bookkeeping Transactions
- AAT Level 2 Overview
- Career Benefits
- Why study AAT with Future Connect Training?
- About the course
- AAT Membership Benefits
- How is it assessed?
- Who this Course is For
- What are CPD hours/points
- What is a 'regulated qualification'?
- What is an 'endorsed' course?
What is AAT Bookkeeping Course - Fast Track:
The AAT is an internationally recognized accounting qualification made up of three levels: Foundation, Advanced, and Professional. Over 100,000 people are currently gaining an AAT qualification and full AAT membership. Qualifying will help you support throughout your accountancy career. This qualification provides training for a vast range of bookkeeping roles and is respected by employers worldwide.
We offer five short bookkeeping qualifications, which each takes just 6 to 12 weeks to complete. You don't need any previous skills or accountancy experience to begin studying AAT. Anyone from school leavers to career changers can start the qualification. We provide training for all levels.
Level 2 is Foundation entry-level qualification and can provide a solid knowledge of accounting with no previous bookkeeping knowledge or experience. The AAT Level 2, Foundation Certificate is consist of two levels
- The AAT Level 2, Foundation Certificate Bookkeeping
- The AAT Level 2, Foundation Certificate Accounting
Most of the students starting AAT level 2 will begin with the Bookkeeping Transactions unit (BTRN). The content covers a wide range of fundamental concepts that are essential foundations in a career in accountancy.
The AAT Bookkeeping Transactions Essentials Pack will help you understand the underlying financial transactions within a bookkeeping system. It contains everything you need for exam success.
AAT Level 2 Overview:
The qualification delivers the skills, basic knowledge and practical work-related skills that make it a popular course with employers. AAT Level 2 is the initial step towards your and successful Career in accounting and finance.
AAT Level 2 provides a full-on understanding of different kind of financial transactions and financial activities such as dealing with customers and supplier records, entering invoices, discount calculations, trial balance, recording journals, dealing with bank reconciliations within a bookkeeping job role.
- Accounts Administrator
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Trainee Accounting Technician
- Credit Controller
Average earning more than £25K per year
Why study AAT with Future Connect Training?
- Over 99% of UK accountants start their Career with an AAT qualification.
- 95.7% of our students pass their AAT exams after completing our training.
About the course
- AAT Membership included online course materials accredited by AAT
- Study practical and real-work experience anywhere, anytime, on a wide range of devices
- FREE study plan to keep you on the right track to get your training done on time
- STUDY BOOKS INCLUDED
- Expert tutor support included
AAT Membership Benefits
- eLearning tests so you know where you're at
- Mock assessments unit outlines to aid your studies
- Access to your achievements and results
- Helpful tips and advice directly from employers and help with creating a CV
How is it assessed?
In terms of achieving the qualification, students are required to pass computer-based assessments.
Preparation for the evaluations is following tests that run throughout the course, along with the model answers for self-assessment. At the end of the learning, students should refer to the AAT website for two further practice exams.
Who this Course is For:
This course is related to every person who wants to work in bookkeeping in a larger company's department, people who are looking to become an independent bookkeeper or self-employed people who want to do their books.
The course is suited for who passed the Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping, previously working in finance, who looking to back up their experience, wants to work in bookkeeping in a larger company's or as an independent professional or people who are self-employed or doing their bookkeeping. This course provides an opportunity for further study within the AAT bookkeeping qualification structure.
What are CPD hours/points:
CPD (Continuing Professional Development) work in certain professions or for specific companies, your employer may require you to complete some CPD hours, per year. You can find a range of CPD on reed.co.uk, many of which can complete online.
What is a 'regulated qualification'?
A Regulated qualification delivered by the Institution which is regulated by a Government body. In England, Ofqual course regulated by the government body.Ofqual regulated qualifications that sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RFQ), which can help students understand how different requirements in different fields compare to each other. The framework also allows students to understand which qualifications they need and progress towards a higher learning goal. Such as a university degree or Career.
What is an 'endorsed' course?
Endorsed course are skills-based, which are checked and approved by IAB (Independent awarding body). Student can purchase a certificate showing the awarding body's logo if they wish.