Professional Diploma in Accounting
You will gain skills in the following areas:
Drafting and interpreting limited company financial statements
Preparing forecasts of income and expenditure
Preparing draft budgets and revising them as required by the business
Managing budgets and reporting variances back to the business
Reviewing the finance function to identify risk and make recommendations for improvements
There will be a computer based exam at the end of each unit, with a final exam covering all units at the end of the course. Your qualification will be graded ( Pass, Merit, Distinction).
Please note that all AAT exams will be scheduled during the daytime and not the evening and there will be a limit to the number of exam retakes you can do.
Candidates will also be expected to undertake additional study outside class times.
Course fees comprise tuition fees and computer based assessment fees (registration/exam) for each of the units, payable to the college. AAT membership fees are payable directly to AAT.
Text books, with a question banks are available for purchase at a discount through the college.
Applicants need to have spoken to someone at the college BEFORE booking onto this course.
Knowledge of double entry bookkeeping and accounts qualifications at level 3 or above are desirable.
However, students who have prior accounts experience may be accepted at the discretion of the course tutor, and upon successful completion of a short test.
GCSE Maths A*-C or grade 4-9
Please call the college to discuss your experience, current role and expectations.
Accounts Payable and Expenses Supervisor, Assistant Financial Accountant, Commercial Analyst, Cost Accountant, Fixed Asset Accountant, Indirect Tax Manager, Payments and Billing Manager, Payroll Manager, Senior Bookkeeper, Senior Finance Officer, Senior Fund Accountant, Senior Insolvency Adminstrator, Tax Supervisor, VAT Accountant.