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									Accounting AAT Certificate Level 2 (Sept ’10)


This course information relates to courses starting in September 2010.

Course code: B1152

Course category: Part-time

End Qualification: AAT Level 3 Certificate in Accounting

Starting and ending month: September to June

Starting year: 2010

Days of the week: Tuesday, Thursday

Course duration: 36 weeks

Time of day: p.m.

Course location: Pelham Campus

Course aims:
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is the original professional body for accounting support
staff.

This course aims to provide a solid introduction to accountancy for you to progress into this field of work. It
aims to develop skills in book-keeping and management accounting and to provide the opportunity to gain a
widely recognised accounting qualification, improving the individual’s effectiveness in the workplace and
providing opportunities for career advancement.

Course content:
The course contains units covering:

   •   Basic accounting
   •   Basic costing
   •   Work effectively in accounting and finance
   •   Computerised accounting


Facilities for students:
Students are encouraged to make full use of the college’s excellent Library and refectory facilities and to
make use of the virtual learning environment which can be accessed on-line.

Tutors:
This Level 2 course is taught by a dedicated team of lecturers who are also professional accountants with
substantial experience of successfully delivering AAT courses.

Assessment: The AAT units are assessed by a combination of formal exams, skills tests and project work
some of which may be completed on computer.

UCAS Tariff: Level 2

Awarding Body: AAT

Entry Requirements:
Students joining the Level 2 certificate course are not required to have any previous experience of
book-keeping or accounting. However, an aptitude for working with numbers is an advantage.

Interview for entry: Interview required

Progression and links:
Successful students way wish to consider progression to the AAT level 3 Diploma course at City College.

There is a high demand for competent accounting professionals within a wide range of business and
non-profit making organisations at all levels, both full-time and part-time as well as opportunities to become
self-employed providing accounting services. An AAT qualification gives an advantage when seeking a new
position.

Work experience opportunities:
No provision is made for providing work experience while on this course. However, some opportunities for
this may arise.

Costs of your Course:
There are five parts to the cost of your course:

   1.   Tuition Fees
   2.   College registration
   3.   Awarding Body registration
   4.   Resource Fee
   5.   Exam / Assessment Fees



Tuition fees

How much will the Tuition Fees cost?
Below are the fees for 10/11.

Home/EU students tuition fees (per year): £800

Total for 19 and over: £800
Total for under 19: N/A




Further information: AAT registration, exam and assessment costs are included in the course fee however
it will be necessary to charge for any resits which are required.

Disclaimer:
Although the information given is believed to be correct at the time of publication, it does not form any part of
a contract between City College Brighton and Hove and the student. Courses may be subject to change.

Timetables are subject to change and you should check with your tutor prior to enrolment for the details of
your timetable.

								
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