The AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting covers high-level accounting and finance topics and tasks. Students will become comfortable with a wide range of financial management skills and applications, and gain competencies in, drafting financial statements for limited companies, recommending accounting systems strategy, construction and presentation of complex management accounting reports. Students will also learn about specialist areas such as tax, auditing, credit management and cash and treasury management. This qualification comprises four mandatory units and two specialist units to be chosen from a choice of five. This unit is about understanding and applying the principles of effective credit control in the context of relevant legislation, contract law, best practice, professional ethics and organisational policies. Students will understand the terms and conditions of contracts with customers, interpret performance measures relating to liquidity, profitability and gearing, and gain knowledge of bankruptcy, insolvency, invoice discounting, factoring and credit insurance.
The course is delivered through the colleges E Learning providers online learning environment and supported by regular contact from the course administrator. Study text books and online resources are supplied upon commencement and supplemented by email and telephone support from qualified tutors, as well as individual 1:1 tutorial upon request. All units are assessed individually in end-of-unit computer-based assessments. Once qualified, students automatically become AAT affiliate members and, with relevant work experience, will qualify for AAT full membership, enabling use of the designatory letters MAAT after their name. However, the primary and most important outcome of this qualification is that it can lead to a wide variety of well-paid accountancy and finance jobs, some of which are professional accounting technician, assistant auditor, assistant management accountant, commercial analyst, payroll manager, senior financial officer, accounts payable and expenses supervisor, assistant financial accountant, cost accountant, fixed asset accountant, indirect tax manager, senior fund accountant, senior insolvency administrator, tax supervisor and VAT accountant. The AAT qualification can give qualified students exemptions towards part of the UKs chartered and certified accountancy qualifications.
Applicants must have achieved a Level 3 accounting qualification. Students will be required to attend an interview with the course administrator prior to commencing on the course and demonstrate an appropriate standard of Literacy and Numeracy by way of a short assessment. All elements of the course include a significant amount of writing and literacy skills are as critical as numeracy skills. Basic IT skills will also be required.
Association of Accounting Technicians
This course has been specifically designed for companies training their employees.
Professional or Industry specific qualification
Variable - to suit the learner
No attendance for this course
This is a distance learning course
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More info on price: The above mentioned fee is for students aged 19 plus. Full funding is available for students aged 16 - 18 based on certain entry criteria. Price may vary depending upon individual circumstances.
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