Level 3 AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting



Our AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting will help your learners to develop their knowledge of accounting and progress within an accounting career. They will learn crucial skills and financial processes, including period end accounting adjustments, preparing final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, identifying the costs and revenues of products and services and key spreadsheet skills.

With a current pass rate of 93% coupled with our award-winning online learning platform and outstanding learner support from qualified Tutors and dedicated Advisors, there is no better learning provider to study an AAT course with.

INTRODUCTION TO AAT

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is the world’s leading professional body for accounting with over 130,000 members worldwide. Their qualifications are developed in consultation with employers and will equip your employees' with the key financial skills businesses currently need, plus they are the perfect starting point for a successful, rewarding career in accounting and finance.

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Learners can study from their own home, in their own time

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Unit 1: Advanced Bookkeeping

In this unit, your learners will learn about how to apply the principles of advanced double entry bookkeeping, implement procedures for the acquisition and disposal of non-current assets, prepare and record depreciation calculations, record period end adjustments and produce and extend the trial balance.

On completion of this unit, learners will sit a computer-based test at a local centre of their choice. Topics from this unit may also appear within the synoptic assessment.

Unit 2: Final Accounts Preparation

This unit will allow your learners to distinguish between financial recording and reporting requirements of different types of organisation, the need for final accounts and the accounting and ethical principles underlying their preparation, as well as preparing accounting records from incomplete information, producing accounts for sole traders and partnerships and the key differences between preparing accounts for a limited company and a sole trader.

On completion of this unit, learners will sit a computer-based test at a local centre of their choice. Topics from this unit may also appear within the synoptic assessment.

Unit 3: Management Accounting: Costing

This unit will provide your learners with an understanding of the purpose and use of management accounting within an organisation and how to apply techniques required for dealing with costs, apportion costs according to organisational requirements, analyse and review deviations from budget and report these to management and apply management accounting techniques to support decision making.

On completion of this unit, learners will sit a computer-based test at a local centre of their choice. Topics from this unit may also appear within the synoptic assessment.

Unit 4: Indirect Tax

This unit will provide your learners with an understanding of applying VAT legislation requirements, accurately completing VAT returns and submitting them in a timely manner, the implications for the business of errors, omissions, late filing and payment as well as reporting VAT-related information within the organisation in accordance with regulatory and organisational requirements.

On completion of this unit, learners will sit a computer-based test at a local centre of their choice. Topics from this unit may also appear within the synoptic assessment.

Unit 5: Ethics for Accountants

This unit will provide your learners with an understanding of the need to act ethically, the relevance to the accountant's work of the ethical code for professional accountants, how to act ethically in an accounting role and identifying actions to take in relation to unethical behaviour or illegal acts.

Topics within this unit will be tested in the synoptic assessment.

Unit 6: Spreadsheets for Accounting

This unit will allow your learners to design and structure appropriate spreadsheets to meet customer needs, use spreadsheet software to record, format and organise data, use relevant tools to manipulate and analyse data, verify accuracy and protect data and use tools and techniques to prepare and report accounting information.

Topics within this unit will be tested in the synoptic assessment.

Additional synoptic assessment revision unit

Your learners will also be given an additional revision unit to prepare for the synoptic assessment. This additional unit includes revision sections for the key topics presented throughout all six units. This unit is built to give learners an indication as to which areas need to be further revised and will help to identify strengths and weaknesses.

On successful completion of this Accounting Diploma (UK), learners may wish to progress onto the Level 4 Accounting programme. Please contact us for more information.

The benefits of completing this accounting training online include:

  • Learners will achieve an internationally recognised AAT level 3 qualification
  • Learners can learn from their own home, in their own time
  • Learners get access to award-winning learning and assessment materials
  • Learners will receive subject specialist support from a Tutor and access to a Learner Support Advisor for everyday queries
  • Access to over 500 practice questions
  • Work saves automatically to ensure it's never lost
  • Free mock exams marked by a qualified Tutor
  • Award-winning online AAT courses
  • Learners could go on to become a chartered and certified accountant

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