Accounting courses are a quality investment for your career – they are highly respected and valued by employers, globally recognised, and provide the right type of skills for immediate employment.
Three compulsory units will extend skills in cost management, resource allocation, accounting systems management, internal controls (fraud) and the drafting of financial statements.
Students must also undertake two further units which are likely to be: Personal Tax and Cash & Financial Management.
This course is for learners aged 19 years and over.
|Start Date||September 2022 - Applications open on 4th January 2022|
|Attendance||Learners have the choice of two attendance modes:|
Attendance Mode 1:
1 Day per week:
Thursday (9am - 4pm)
Attendance Mode 2:
2 evenings (both) per week:
Wednesday (6pm-9pm) &
|Price||£2,573 plus AAT fee. More information on AAT membership and current fees can be found at www.aat.org.uk.|
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