AAT Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping (Level 2)
The AAT Certificate in Bookkeeping is a short qualification to help students develop essential bookkeeping skills. It is one of the three qualifications that enable students to apply for the AAT ‘Professional Bookkeeper’ status.
No formal qualifications are required. A key skills initial assessment may be required for all applicants who do not hold one of the following:
– Qualification at Level 2 or above in a related field, (e.g. bookkeeping, business administration)
– GCSE grade C or above in maths or English
– Recent, relevant work experience (on agreement with Course Tutor)
There are specified units which make up the key roles of the bookkeeping occupation at this level. These units are as follows;
Further details to the content and syllabus for each of these units can be obtained from the AAT website (www.aat.org.uk)
Materials/Text Book Requirements
Text book purchases are required for this course at an approximate cost of £30. Additional revision books are also available. These books can be purchased through any online bookstore, or direct from the publishers using details that will be provided nearer the time.
You will need a great deal of commitment, and will be expected undertake additional work as well as that done during college classes (on average 3 to 6 hours per week).
You are required to successfully complete a Computer Based Assessment for each unit detailed above.
*includes all aspect of the course, including tuition and exams (excluding textbooks – see below)
Textbooks will be required at an approximate cost of £30, payable direct to the publisher or your chosen bookstore.
All students will be required to register with the AAT as a Student Member. This incurs an initial subscription fee of £40, payable directly to the AAT. See www.aat.org.uk for more details.
Refund of fees will only be paid in the event the College cancels the course, or if you notify the College of your intention to withdraw from the course 2 weeks prior to the start date.
Fees – All fees quoted are for British/ EEA Citizens with settled status who have been resident in an EEA country for the last 3 years or have exceptional circumstances or exceptional leave to remain. If you are in any doubt as to your status please ask for advice on enrolment.
For further information or advice on fees, please contact the Information Centre on 01305 208808. The College Fees Policy document is available at the College Library.
You can apply to enrol:-
- By calling in to the Reception/Information Centre situated in Fleet Building at any time. Times of Opening are: 30am-4.00pm Monday to Friday.
For further information on this or any other courses, please either contact the Information Centre as above or visit the Weymouth College website www.weymouth.ac.uk