The Accounting and Finance course programme will offer students the opportunity to gain valuable skills to enter the work place in a business, accounting or finance environment, while achieving a nationally recognised qualification that could ultimately lead to the full level 2 AAT Accounting qualification, AAT membership and level 3 LiBF Financial Studies certificate. The programme is suitable for students who are looking to develop both their accounting and finance skills and is particularly suitable for younger learners focused on pursue a career in the financial world.
This programme is based at our Colchester campus and delivered over three-four days using classroom-based teaching and industry case studies and activities. It will include visits to appropriate institutions e.g. The Bank of England and guest speakers from a financial and business background.
Work experience and developing your English and maths skills is an integral and mandatory part of the course.
Please note: Students will be required to become student members of the AAT and this needs to be paid at the beginning of the year. For further information on student fees, membership criteria and to undertake the AAT skills check, please visit www.aat.org.uk
Learners who have any criminal or civil convictions, have been subject to a Debt Relief Order, County Court Judgements or have entered into an arrangement with their creditors should contact the AAT to discuss their membership application.
|Campus / Adult Skills Centre||Colchester Campus|
|Start Date||September 2024|
|Fee(s)||16-18 year olds: Free|
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