We recommend that individuals have basic knowledge of accounting through work experience or studying before enrolling in AAT Foundation & Advanced in Accounting (Level 2 & 3). Although, if individuals are confident in their learning capabilities, anyone can enrol as long as they meet the following criteria:
There are numerous benefits in taking this AAT Foundation & Advanced in Accounting (Level 2 & 3) course. From progressing in your company to applying for other senior roles. For example, you will have the fundamental requirements to become an Accountant and carry out important financial tasks.
Want to continue studying to apply for even higher advanced financial roles? The AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting Level 4 is available to you and even provides an avenue for you to start your own business or receive a promotion in your current company.
With extreme demand for candidates that have completed Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2, the roles available to you will include the following:
After you have complete level 2 and the Advanced Diploma in Accounting Level 3, the following roles will be within reach:
Salaries mentioned vary depending on the company and industry. Overall, professionals that have completed this course will average between £23k and £25k. However, after gaining experience, individuals can go on to earn over £60k annually.
When you have earned your AAT Level 3 qualification, you can set up your own business and apply to provide 5 services.
These services include:
AAT Licensed Bookkeeper (Level 3) - Bookkeeping, Financial accounts, VAT, Computerised accountancy systems, and Payroll.
Earning your AAT Level 3 qualification will give you AATQB status, letting you use the designatory letters AATQB after your name. These designatory letters show you have gained the skills, experience and knowledge to work that employers are looking for, which can result in an increase in your earning potential. You can also now legally submit final balances for any sized organisation.
AATQB (gained with AAT Level 3) - An AAT Bookkeeping member is a qualified Bookkeeper who has been approved for AAT bookkeeping membership. Delegates who have earned their AATQB status can use the designatory letters AATQB after their name, and they can apply to run their own practice as an AAT Licensed Bookkeeper.
All of our courses have been carefully designed so you learn all the crucial material needed for the exams and your new position. With our straight to the point teaching methods, you will learn effectively without wasting any precious time. Known for our professionalism and high pass rates, we will help you achieve your goals.
We have developed an expert team over the last 10 years since our inception. In that time, we have trained over 595,000 delegates globally, which has helped offer the highest quality training. By refining our processes, partner relationships, and course materials, we can offer high-quality training solutions for our delegates.
Some of our key benefits include:
For more information about our course, or if you’re wanting to enrol today, contact us now. Let your dreams become reality.
The AAT Level 2 & 3 courses in Accounting will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of accounting practices and processes, such as advanced double-entry bookkeeping, implementing procedures for acquisition and disposal of non-current assets.
AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting (Level 2) Modules:
AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Level 3) Modules:
The AAT requires all students to join as a student member but don’t worry, the membership fee is something we've included with our courses! Just be sure to register as a student member within 14 days of your course start date, please. This registration allows you to take any necessary exams and benefit from additional AAT support and resources.
This course package is compatible with Windows and Mac devices but please note that the Sage 50 software is only compatible with Windows.
AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting (Level 2) Exams
There are five exams in total: 4 computer-based exams and 1 Synoptic Assessment:
For Levels 2 & 3, when you are ready to take your assessments, you have two options:
Online Assessments directly with e-Careers - To take your assessment from the comfort of your home, please contact e-Careers Customer Service to book and pay for your assessment. Not available on the Synoptic Assessment.
Test Centre Assessments - You can still choose to sit your exam at a suitable AAT approved assessment venue. We can help find the closest one to you. Exam fees vary from centre to centre.
AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Level 3) Exams
There are five exams in total: 4 computer-based exams and 1 Synoptic Assessment.
Please note, exam fees are not included in the course price.
We’ve achieved some of the highest pass marks in the UK, which we are extremely proud of. This is mainly due to the study package that we offer, which includes our eLearning courses, study books, mock exams, AAT membership, and more!
Pearson VUE-owned test centres will be following the recommendations from the CDC and World Health Organization for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting testing candidates and their staff. Candidates are asked to comply with the health and safety guidelines outlined below to keep fellow candidates safe. (Face masks are now required while testing at Pearson VUE-owned test centres).
What you need to know
You will not be admitted to the test centre and should reschedule your exam if:
You have tested positive for COVID-19 (unless you have been symptom-free and fever-free for at least 72 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine and at least 14 days have passed since your last exposure, or you have received two negative COVID-19 test results in a row, 24 hours apart)
You are currently experiencing or have experienced one or more associated symptoms within the last fourteen (14) days (unless You have been symptom-free and fever-free for at least 72 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine):
You live with or have had close contact with someone who has confirmed or suspected COVID-19 (unless at least 14 days have passed since your last exposure).
Have been or are under home quarantine or centralized observation by government or healthcare authorities (unless at least 14 days have passed since your quarantine or centralized observation has been lifted by the government or healthcare authorities).
Synoptic windows revised
Synoptic window dates have now been confirmed for the remainder of the year and include additional dates to help with planning and potential capacity issues due to social distancing restrictions. Full details can be found here.
Level 2 synoptic assessments
In agreement with Ofqual, the UK qualifications regulator, the AAT has announced the intention to issue calculated results for eligible students studying the Foundation Certificate in Accounting - Level 2 (Level 5 in Scotland) and Foundation Diploma in Accounting and Business (Level 2).
Full details on the revised synoptic windows can be found here.