AAT LEVEL 2 IN ACCOUNTANCY EXAMINATION BOARD Association of Accountants (AAT)
AIMS OF THE COURSE The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification gives you practical, internationally recognised finance and accounting skills which can open doors for you in any industry across the world. This one-year course provides students with an introduction to basic accounting theory and the practical skills needed to work effectively in an accounting office environment. The course includes bookkeeping, costing, office procedures, computerised accounts and additional qualifications in personal and business finance.
ASSESSMENT There are six mandatory units at the intermediate level. • • • • • •
Accounts preparation Prepare final accounts for sole traders and partnerships Cost and revenues Professional ethics Indirect tax Spreadsheets software.
WHERE CAN I GO AFTER COMPLETING THIS COURSE?
Successful students will progress onto the full time Accounting or to the workplace or part AAT Level 3.
What sort of job could I expect after completing the introductory level? • Accounts Administrator • Accounts Assistant • Accounts Payable Clerk • Bookkeeper • Payroll Administrator • Payroll Officer • Purchase/Sales Ledger Clerk • Tax Assistant/Trainee • Trainee Accounts Technician. What’s my potential salary after completing AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting After completing AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting, your typical salary range will be between £8,320 to £24,000.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Grade C in GCSE Maths. This is a course with a strong accounting bias, so students applying to join the course must have a desire to develop a career in accounting.