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Accounting AAT Level 3 Apprenticeship at Richard Huish College

Course description

This course is aimed at those who are currently working or would like to work in Accountancy or Finance but who do not have any Accountancy qualifications.

We offer day release and afternoon/evening study options for Levels 3 and 4 (day release only for Level 2). We also offer distance learning at all levels of the AAT.

Course content

This consists of six units:

  1. Accounts preparation
  2. Prepare final accounts for sole traders and partnerships
  3. Cost and revenues
  4. Professional ethics
  5. Indirect tax
  6. Spreadsheets software

Entry requirements

You do not need any formal qualifications, although any relevant qualifications from school or college, a degree or some experience in accounting may enable you to start studying at a higher level.

Assessment

Courses are taught over approximately 37 weeks, with examinations on a modular basis, which means students only have to revise and take one exam at a time.

Financial information

If you are paying for this course yourself, the course fees can be paid in instalments by standing order. Students who are 19 or over taking a Level 3 or 4 course can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan.

Some Accounting apprenticeship vacancies may be available and successful applicants’ AAT studies will be free.

Future opportunities

Completing the AAT qualification provides you with a platform to develop your career and is a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Accountancy

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Richard Huish College directly.

Last updated date: 14 November 2016
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    • Huish is situated on the edge of parkland overlooking fields and hills, about ten minutes walk from the town centre.

      Huish is committed to encouraging you to travel to college by cycle, public transport or car sharing where possible. There is a cycle path to the College taking you to Vivary Park so that you don’t have to walk or cycle with the traffic along South Road. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to college from the bus station but many of the buses students use come directly to the campus.