|Study type||Study Tier||Start Date||Duration||Course Contact|
|31 August 2020||1 year||Juliet Burden|
Accredited by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).
Regulated by Ofqual, SQA Accreditation, Qualification Wales and The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations & Assessment (CCEA).
Students will have to have successfully completed the following:
- AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting
- Grade 4 (C) GCSE Maths and English or equivalent qualifications
- Interview with Course Co-ordinator
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
The course is for those who have completed the AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting and wish to further develop their skills, knowledge and career in accountancy.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
The AAT courses cover all aspects of accounting including financial accounting, management accounting and taxation. A detailed prospectus is available for each level and more information is available on the AAT website at www.aat.org.uk.
The 4 core modules of the course are:
- Financial Statements of Limited Companies
- Management Accounting: Decision and Control,
- Management Accounting: Budgeting
- Accounting Systems and Controls
Plus the following 4 option modules:
- Credit Management
- External Auditing
- Personal Tax
- Business Tax
Students must pass all of the 4 core modules and 2 of the option modules in order to gain the qualification.
HOW WILL I LEARN?
Level 4 students will be required to attend college for 3 hours per week over 2 years. In certain circumstances students may be able to complete in 14 months if they could attend for 2 sessions each week. This option would require an exceptionally high level of commitment and students would need to discuss their options with the course co-ordinator prior to making any firm decision.
Classes will combine conventional lectures with practical task based learning exercises. In addition to scheduled classes students are provided with work books which they are expected to study and work through at home. Students should expect to study at home for a minimum of 5 hours per week if course is taken over two years and 10 hours per week if course is taken over 1 year. Students will also be given guidance on how to use the college intranet.
Assessment at Level 4 is by computer based examinations set by the AAT.
WHAT CAN THIS COURSE LEAD TO?
On successful completion of level 4 the student will be highly employable in many accounting functions. They will also be entitled to claim exemptions from some stages of the chartered accountant qualifications.
On completion of one year’s relevant practical experience the student will be eligible for full membership of the Association of Accounting Technicians.
Students who achieve the AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting may also receive first year exemptions from some university courses.
This course will be undertaken at The Isle of Wight College.
If you require further information and/or advice about these courses please contact the AAT course co-ordinator, Juliet Burden.
Please note that students undertaking the AAT course will need to become a member of the AAT which comes with an additional cost payable directly to the AAT. Please ensure that you have checked that you are able to become a member by contacting the AAT directly or visiting their website www.aat.org.uk.
Fees for 2017/2018 were £2,200, which included the tuition fee of £1,680, material fees of £160 and exam fees of £360.
However, these are likely to increase each year in line with the increase in fees by the textbook provider, the AAT exam fees and The Isle of Wight College fee policy for the tuition fees.
Depending on you circumstances you may be able to get financial help with paying your fees. Visit our Financial Support page to see if you are eligible for help to pay your fees.Last updated 12 mins ago.