Level 4 AAT Applied Management Accounting
Management accountants are not only required to interpret and analyse data to produce reports, they are also required to have the requisite skills to be able to relate their findings to the organisation and provide insightful feedback that will help the business to move forward and achieve its objectives. This online learning AAT qualification has close links with Level 2 Principles of Costing, Level 3 Management Accounting Techniques, Level 4 Internal Accounting Systems and Controls and Level 4 Cash and Financial Management. This online unit is mandatory if learners are undertaking the full AAT L4 Accounting qualification.
What is AAT? 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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- Fully online course
- Access to an award-winning e-learning platform
- Study from anywhere, at any time
- Perfect for an introduction or refresher in a subject
- A great addition to a CV
- Internationally recognised
- Official AAT provider delivering approved AAT courses
- No hidden costs
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This unit focuses on the three fundamental areas of management accounting: planning, control and decision making. All organisations rely on the provision of accurate, business-focused information in order to make sound business judgements.
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