AAT Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping

AAT Level 3 Certificate In Bookkeeping

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You can pay the full price or pay a deposit of £105.00 (0% APR), followed by 5 monthly payments of £41.50

Advantages of studying with IDEAL:

This course is aimed at those looking to gain a recongnised bookkeeping qualification and is the natural follow-on from the Level 2 AAT Certificate in Bookkeeping qualification. Also, if you are an experienced bookkeeper and looking to gain a recognised qualification this is a suitable option for you. Covering the required aspects of Financial Accounting and Tax Processes for Business, you’ll also be guided though your course with personalised assignment feedback and will have access to your tutor via phone, email, live chat of via our private social media groups.

You should consider this level of study if:

If you have not previously completed the Level 2 qualifications, but have other relevant qualifications and/or experience, you can gauge your required level of entry by completing the AAT Skill Check. Click Here

Once you’ve completed the the two examinations you’ll be awarded the AAT Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping.

Ideal Schools will provide:

Exam Structure:

2 x centre based examinations

Study Time:

Approx 90-100 hours (OFQUAL guide is 210hrs)

Additional Costs:

1 x AAT Registration fee £90

2 x Centre-Based exams: Exam fees are £60 per exam. Exam centres charge an admin fee and this varies greatly. Together, these could range from £80 to £120+ per exam. When registered, via your AAT account you can locate your nearest centres and compare for the best value.

Monthly Payment Notice

We do not charge interest for monthly payments. To cover costs of additional security measures recently implemented in the banking system, there is a £1.50 charge added to each monthly payments to cover the cost of applying these measures in our systems.

There are 2 mandatory units within this qualification package:
Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements
Understand the accounting principles underlying final accounts preparation
Understand the principles of advanced double-entry bookkeeping
Implement procedures for the acquisition and disposal of non-current assets
Prepare and record depreciation calculations
Record period end adjustments
Produce and extend the trial balance
Produce financial statements for sole traders and partnerships
Interpret financial statements using profitability ratios
Prepare accounting records from incomplete information
Tax Processes For Business
Understand legislation requirements relating to VAT
Calculate VAT
Review and verify VAT returns
Understand principles of payroll
Report information within the organisation
Here are just a few positions that you could consider upon completion of this study.
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