Accounting AAT Level 2 Certificate and Level 3 (Fast Track) at Warwickshire College Group
The course is very structured and you will generally study two to three units at a time.
Each unit is delivered by means of lectures and workshops. In addition homework and self study will be expected to be undertaken.
- Basic book-keeping through to preparation of final accounts for sole traders and partnerships
- Costing and decision making for manufacturing and service industries
- Indirect Tax (VAT)
- Working Effectively in Accounting and Finance, and Professional Ethics
- SAGE computerised accounts and Excel spreadsheets
Completion of one week work placement (compulsory for students aged 16 - 19 yrs)
You can submit an application online at www.warwickshire.ac.uk
There are also opportunities to visit the College at an Open Event to find out more and apply in person – see www.warwickshire.ac.uk/openevents for more information and to book your place.
English and maths qualifications are vitally important for future employers and universities, so the government has made it a priority for students to improve these skills.
Entry Level / Level 1 and Level 2: We’re here to help you on your journey, so if you do not achieve grade A*-C in GCSE English and/or maths, then you will study English and/or maths as part of your college course.
Students who achieve a D grade will be placed on the relevant GCSE programme, while students who achieve an E or below will be assessed to ensure they are placed on the right study programme for their ability.
Level 3 programmes: You will need to meet the course entry requirements specified on the course information above. For the majority of our Level 3 courses, students will need grade A*-C in GCSE English and/or maths. If this is not specified in the course entry requirement, then you may be able to study English and/or maths as part of your college course.
Each unit is examinable, with a final synophe assessment to complete the Level 3.
AAT Level 3 provides UCAS points and can be used to assist university applications. Alternatively students can progress on to the Level 4 AAT (available as a part-time course) and ultimately membership of the AAT organisation. For students considering Higher Education, completion of Level 4 can allow students to progress to the second year of relevant degrees or the second year of some professional accountancy qualifications.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Warwickshire College Group directly.