About the course
About the AAT
The AAT are the UK’s leading awarding body for accounting and finance based qualifications, awarding 90% of all qualifications in these areas. The status of the AAT makes their qualifications recognised globally meaning you could become an internationally respected Accountant who is attractive to employers.
The status of their qualifications and membership benefits mean you could be working as an Accountant within weeks of registering!
The course consists of five units:
- Bookkeeping Transactions
- Bookkeeping Controls
- Elements of Costing
- Using Accounting Software
- Working Effectively in Finance
The AAT Level 2 Foundation Certificate in Accounting sits at Level 2 on the Regulated Qualifications Frameowrk (RQF), which is formerly known as the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
To sit your exams and receive your qualification, you will need to pay:
- AAT Registration Fees
- AAT Annual Student Membership Fees (Due one year after registration)
- AAT Exam Fees
For the AAT Level 2 there are five exams which need to be completed online at an AAT approved exam centre.
Our AAT Specialists can advise you on the latest AAT fee information and how these fees can be paid. Exam centre fees will vary depending on your chosen location.
There are over 200 external AAT assessment venues available. All venues accept external candidates to sit their AAT computer based assessments.
Please speak to one of our specialists regarding taking your assessment.
We provide you with tutor support throughout your 12-month course access period. Your tutor will be available to you 24/7 and can provide guidance through the course and professional advice to help you through any potential issue you may come across. The tutor support is provided so we can ensure you have the best chance of passing your examinations. AAT pass rates with tutor support currently stand at 92%.
We provide 12 months access to the course but many of our students complete this within six months, it is entirely dependent upon your initial commitment to study.