Online Accounting Courses
On-campus AAT courses starting January 2024, apply today!
Get AAT qualified at your own pace while growing your accounting and business skills. Become the professional you want to be.Explore our courses
Study where you want, when you want, with online, remote and in person accounting courses available all year round. Get qualified in as little as 12 weeks!
Some online accounting courses may be free, depending on your circumstances, and payment plans are available if you need a little help. Plus, we offer a price match guarantee if you find the same course elsewhere.
Whether you’re studying online or in person, our expert lecturers will support you throughout your learning journey. Plus, you’ll have access to industry-standard, on-campus facilities.
To become an accountant, you typically need to have a relevant degree or professional qualification. For example, AAT qualifications offer a route into accounting for those with little or no experience. AAT qualifications start at Level 1 and go up to Level 4, with each providing a different level of expertise and understanding.
AAT qualifications offer a flexible, affordable, and internationally-recognised route into the accounting profession, making them the best choice for those looking to get into and advance in the industry.
Having accounting qualifications opens up a wide range of career opportunities beyond becoming an accountant. Other jobs that you can do with accounting qualifications include Financial Analyst, Tax Consultant, Audit Manager, Budget Analyst, Business Advisor, Risk Analyst, Investment Banker and Forensic Accountant.
However, the skills and knowledge gained through accounting courses can be applied to a wide range of roles in finance, business and beyond.
The average salary for an accountant varies depending on the role, level of experience, and location. In the UK, the average salary for an AAT qualified accountant is £24,000 per year, rising to £30,000 with experience.
Quay Accounting Courses, powered by Gloucestershire College, has strong links with employers in the financial and professional services sectors, and can help support you with your next steps to a successful career.
To become a successful accountant, you need to have strong analytical skills, attention to detail, the ability to work with numbers, excellent communication skills, and a solid understanding of financial and accounting principles.
The amount of time it takes to become a qualified accountant can vary depending on the specific qualifications. AAT qualifications can typically be completed in as little as six months to two years.