Level 2 AAT Principles of Bookkeeping Controls
Develop your understanding of the relationship between various accounting records and consolidate your knowledge of double entry bookkeeping. The skills and knowledge gained will enable you to understand the business environment and facilitate your comprehension of a digital accounting system. This distance learning course is relevant for businesses of all sizes and in all sectors, and is perfect for individuals in finance roles, small business owners wanting to upskill, or employers looking for bookkeeping training for staff.
AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is the world’s leading professional body for bookkeeping and accounting with over 130,000 members worldwide. Their qualifications are developed in consultation with employers and will equip you with the key financial skills modern businesses are currently looking for, plus they are the perfect starting point for a successful, rewarding career in accounting and finance.
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- Perfect for an introduction or refresher in a subject
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This unit builds on the knowledge and skills acquired from studying Introduction to Bookkeeping and explores control accounts, journals, and reconciliations. It takes students through a number of processes used in bookkeeping that help verify and validate the entries made. Students will also understand the use of the journal to the stage of redrafting the trial balance, following initial adjustments.
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