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The AAT Access Award in Business Skills qualification has been designed to support individuals who are just starting out in the workplace or looking to improve their overall accounting knowledge.
This course will also benefit new business owners, looking to undertake their own accounting in-house, and provide necessary materials to help you consider and prepare for, Business, Leadership and Management careers.
Throughout this 9-module course, you’ll be introduced to key terminology and processes required in accounting, including expenses, assets, liabilities, profit and loss accounts, and balance sheets.
This course includes the AAT subscription fee worth £48.
This is the second level of AAT's computerised accountancy qualifications, where you can learn practical skills and knowledge in the use of accounting software with tutor support included.
The AAT Access Award in Business Skills course would make an ideal first step for school leavers, but is also suitable for individuals returning to work, or considering a career change. On this course, you will develop entry-level accounting skills and understanding how to apply them into a business environment.
While there are no specific entry requirements to study this AAT Access Award in Business Skills course, we do recommend the following:
The AAT Access Award in Business Skills course is a great starting point to gain a better understanding of business accounting basics.
As with all our access courses, progression onto our intermediate and advanced accounting courses is a logical option for those looking to advance further into accounting. These courses include the AAT Level 2 Certificate & Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting and the Level 4 AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting. Each course will help you towards moving into a new career, working towards a promotion at work, or starting your own business.
With the skills gained in this AAT Access Award in Business Skills course, new career opportunities could include becoming a cashier, clerical assistant or accounting assistant.
If you're looking for a career in Business, Leadership & Management e-Careers can help.
While accounting duties vary by role, sector and experience, mid-level accounting duties include:
Accounting careers typically offer good job security and higher than average salaries. While the average salary for an accountant in the UK is around £32,500 a year. Part-qualified accountants can earn anywhere between £25,000 and £35,000 a year, making this an excellent career choice.
e-Careers is an award-winning, industry recognised company, and we know what it takes to succeed. As such, we ensure our students have everything you need to have the best chance of success in our eLearning and onsite courses. Other benefits include:
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On this course you'll learn many accounting essentials, including: