DurationUp to 12 weeks
Study Hours250 hours
ExperienceNone needed
Jobs It Can Lead ToAccounts Administrator, Bookkeeping Assistant, Accounts Clerk, Finance Assistant, Payroll Assistant
Exams2

This entry AAT accounting course is the ideal introduction to a career in bookkeeping and accounting. It will enable you to support finance teams with everyday businesses activities and understand sales and purchase processes.

You will learn how different organisations operate financially, as well as basic numerical skills needed in the workplace, such as decimals, percentages and fractions, and applying proportions and ratios.

What’s included?

  • Personal, unlimited tutor support
  • On-site exam
  • Course materials included

Book your entry AAT accounting course today.

Funding Options

Ready to pay for your entry AAT accounting course?

This course costs £228 and can be paid for in full by yourself or your employer.

If you would like to spread the cost of your course, you can pay a deposit upon booking, then set up a payment plan.

If you’re aged 19+ and in receipt of certain benefits, or working and earning less than £20,319 annual gross salary, you could be eligible for a fee waiver. Click the ‘I am eligible for funding’ payment option at the checkout and we will contact you for more information. 

Entry Criteria

You don’t need formal qualifications or experience to study the Access Award in Business Skills. You should enjoy working with figures, be literate and numerate.

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If you’re aged 19+ and in receipt of certain benefits, or working and earning less than £20,319 annual gross salary, you could be eligible for funding to cover the cost of your course. Click the ‘I am eligible for funding’ payment option at the checkout and we will contact you for more information. 

Modules Include...

Working in the business environment

Covers skills needed in the workplace, including teamwork, communication, effective time management and professional behaviour.

  • Develop skills for the workplace
  • Understand how organisations operate
  • Understand how sales and purchases support businesses
  • Apply business procedures to sales and purchases

Using numbers in business

Covers basic skills in working with numbers in business, including how to use and apply them to a wide range of situations.

  • Perform simple business calculations
  • Calculate decimals, fractions, percentage, proportions and ratios
  • Use tools and techniques to present numerical data