Since beginning life in the slick 80s, the #Aat name has become synonymous with quality in the world of accountancy. Organisations know that they can confidently look to AAT qualified employees for knowledge, diligence and extremely high professionalism in relation to their work. It’s a hard-earned level of education that speaks volumes of both the AAT registered institutions and those students working hard to pass. But is it right for you? Whether it’s a change of career or just the next step in your educational journey, AAT qualifications are certainly worth considering if accountancy is a career path that interests you.

CENTRAL LONDON’S NEWEST LOCATION FOR AAT COURSES

The UKCBC is just days away from the official inauguration of their newest, shiniest location, located in the heart of Central London.

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The college’s Holborn campus has already opened their doors to students who wish to achieve an AAT qualification and if this is your first step into the world of accounting then you're in the right place.

The #Level 2 AAT qualification offers students an ideal grounding in accounting. The foundation level is perfect for those just getting started in the world of accountancy and finance, aiding students in developing a strong understanding of the sector, whilst teaching practical skills that will be required for future jobs and training. Areas covered in the 6-12 month course include bookkeeping transactions and introducing students to practices that will help them work effectively in finance. From this strong base, students will be able to confidently move onto studying at AAT level 3. But what if you’re already working in accountancy? Why jump back into education?

The level 3 AAT qualification is ideal for those looking to step up from intermediate level accountancy and into more advanced practices.

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It also offers a credible solution for those who have experience in the sector but lack the formal certification that many companies now require. The course prepares graduates for their next step in the industry, whether it be a jump up in employment, a level 4 AAT qualification, or training for a personal enterprise.

At level 3, students will master advanced elements of finance, covering topics such as professional ethics, and final accounts. The course takes between 6-12 months to complete and upon completion of the course, graduates will be able to approach complex challenges with newfound confidence.

Give the UKCBC Holborn #Campus a call today and find out how you can step up your accountancy level.