AAT Award in Bookkeeping – Level 1

Course code

B70119A

 

Course title  

AAT Award in Bookkeeping – Level 1

Why study this course?

The skills developed by studying this qualification will give students a solid base from which to seek employment with greater confidence or enable them to progress to the next level of learning.

The skills developed in this qualification can lead to employment in junior or supporting administrative roles in companies across a wide range of sectors, for example, as a:

  • trainee bookkeeper
  • accounts administrator
  • billing/payments administrator/coordinator
  • accounts junior
  • accounts receivable/payable assistant
  • procurement and finance assistant
  • assistant cashier.

The knowledge and skills developed in this qualification may also support those students who wish to complement their studies with any of the other qualifications in the suite of AAT Access qualifications:

  • AAT Access Award in Accounting Software Level 1
  • AAT Access Award in Business Skills Level 1

The skills developed in this qualification may also underpin those developed further in the suite of AAT Foundation qualifications:

  • AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2
  • AAT Foundation Diploma in Accounting and Business Level 2
  • AAT Foundation Award in Accounting Software Level 2
  • AAT Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping Level 2.

Course content 

The AAT Access Award in Bookkeeping offers you the opportunity to develop practical bookkeeping skills. This qualification may help you to move on to further study in either accountancy or bookkeeping with AAT, offer a route into employment, or be of interest to you if you are already in employment. The skills developed by studying this qualification will give students a solid base from which to seek employment with greater confidence or enable them to progress to the next level of learning.

The qualification consists of four units, with ONE assessment, and offers progression opportunities to further levels of study in bookkeeping, accountancy, or computerised accounts.

All work will be presented in a portfolio at the end of the course

Entry requirements  

AAT does not set any prerequisites for the study of this qualification. However, the ability to communicate information clearly and appropriately to a given audience is a valuable skill in any role and any type of business, and it will support students in studying this qualification. For the best chance of success, we recommend that students begin their AAT studies with a good standard of English and maths.

Materials

Class materials and access to a computer.

Day, time and duration  

Tuesday

Course finishes: 17th January

Start date  

Tuesday 26th September 2022

Fees

22/23 Course fees to be confirmed

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