AAT Bookkeeping courses

AAT Level 2 Certificate in BookkeepingDownload Pdf

Level 3 Diploma in Accounting

  • Accounts PreparationOpen or Close

    Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping

    Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets

    Accounting for purchase of non-current assets

    Accounting for depreciation and adjustments

    Accounting for disposal of non-current assets

    Preparing and extending the trial balance

  • Prepare Final Accounts for Sole Traders and PartnershipsOpen or Close

    Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts

    Preparing accounting records from incomplete information

    Producing final accounts for sole traders

    Understanding partnerships' legislative and accounting requirements

    Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account

    Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership

  • Costs and RevenuesOpen or Close

    Understanding an organisation's costing systems

    Recording and analysing cost information

    Apportioning costs to organisational requirements

    Analysing budget deviations and reporting these to management

    Using information gathered from costing systems to assist decision making.

  • Professional EthicsOpen or Close

    Understanding principles of ethical working

    Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers

    Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches

    Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability

  • Spreadsheet SoftwareOpen or Close

    Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data

    Selecting and using appropriate formulae and data analysis tools and techniques

    Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information.

  • Indirect TaxOpen or Close

    Understanding VAT regulations

    Completing VAT returns accurately and on time

    Understanding VAT penalties and adjusting for previous errors

    Communicating VAT information

Level 4 Diploma in Accounting

  • Mandatory UnitsOpen or Close
  • Financial StatementsOpen or Close

    Understanding the regulatory framework underpinning financial reporting

    Understanding key features of published financial statements

    Drafting a limited company´┐Żs statutory financial statements

    Drafting consolidated financial statements

    Interpreting financial statements using ratio analysis

  • BudgetingOpen or Close

    Preparing budgets and income and expenditure forecasts

    Assessing budgetary impact of internal and external factors

    Using budgetary control to improve organisational performance

  • Financial PerformanceOpen or Close

    Collating and analysing cost information from various sources

    Measuring performance and managing costs appropriately

    Making suggestions for improving financial performance by monitoring and analysing information

    Preparing performance reports for management

  • Internal Control and Accounting Systems (project unit)Open or Close

    Understand the role of accounting within an organisation

    Understand the importance and use of internal control systems

    Evaluate the accounting system and identify areas for improvement

    Conduct an ethical evaluation of the accounting systems

    Conduct a sustainability evaluation of the accounting system

    Make recommendations to improve the accounting system

Note: This project includes the submission of a 4000-5000 word report based on an AAT case-study scenario.
Optional Units (choose two of the following)

  • Cash ManagementOpen or Close

    Using statistical techniques and financial information to prepare income and expenditure forecasts

    Preparing cash to monitor an organisations cash flow

    Managing cash balances effectively

    Investing surplus funds, observing organisational policies

  • Credit ControlOpen or Close

    Understanding relevant legislation and impact on credit management

    Using information from various sources to grant customers' credit within organisational guidelines

    Using a range of techniques for debt collection

    Monitoring and controlling credit supply

  • Business TaxOpen or Close

    Completing Corporation Tax returns and supporting computations for incorporated businesses

    Understanding the impact of legislation and legislative changes

    Understanding tax law and its implications for incorporated/unincorporated business

    Understanding capital assets

  • Personal TaxOpen or Close

    Calculating income from all sources and identifying taxable and non-taxable items

    Applying current legislation to calculate tax payable on income

    Accounting for Capital Gains Tax according to current legislation

    Preparing accurate computations and complete relevant parts of self-assessment tax returns

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