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This AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting (Level 4) qualification builds on the knowledge you’ve gained through the AAT Level 2 Certificate & Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting, opening options to do a Chartered or Management Accounts qualification.
Throughout this qualification you will learn about managing budgets and evaluating financial performance, drafting financial statements, and have the option to study specialist units like business and personal tax.
Once you have successfully completed the AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting (Level 4) and fulfilled the AAT work experience requirements, you will be able to apply for AAT full membership and achieve professional MAAT status. Then you will be able to use the initials MAAT after your name.
As with all our AAT courses, the AAT membership is included, saving you £143!
This course is available for anyone looking to further their career in accounting and considering moving into more senior roles, or looking to take on management responsibility.
If you’ve followed the AAT course pathway to this point you will now be on your way to completing the full “AAT Journey”. Having this qualification on your C.V will demonstrate your focus on personal development and your commitment to the accounting profession.
If you're not from an accounting background or have not completed AAT Level 2 Certificate & Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting, we would advise you to start there before progressing to this level (unless you have suitable accounting work experience).
Completing our AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting (Level 4) course will provide you with the necessary knowledge to review financial reports, maintain general ledgers, reconcile account balances and more. This will enable you to progress into more senior roles and undertake more senior responsibilities, helping you work towards a promotion or a new job role.
Additional pathways also include working towards becoming a Chartered Accountant, starting your own accountancy business, or taking on a new senior job.
New career opportunities could include:
At this level, you will be very comfortable working on higher level accounting tasks required of a Finance Officer or Senior Accountant, where responsibilities may include:
Salaries vary by industry, sector and role; however, industry averages range between £32,500 and £42,500 a year, with some companies offering above £60,000 a year, at this level.
If you’re looking to complete this Level 4 Professional diploma through an award-winning, recognised company that embodies professionalism and support, e-Careers is here for you! However, we offer so much more. Other benefits include:
Contact us today to get enrolled in this accounting course and move closer to becoming a qualified, accounting professional.
The AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting (Level 4) is made up of four mandatory modules; an assessment, and a choice of five optional modules. You’ll need to complete all the mandatory modules and two of the five optional modules, in order to complete the course.
It’s best to complete the mandatory modules first, before deciding which optional modules you'll want to study. Should you want to specialise in tax, you’ll want to consider waiting until you have most of the new year ahead of you, before requesting the textbooks, as tax changes year-on-year and you don't want to have an out-of-date textbook.
We include the study text so that you have everything you need to study, including textbooks and exam revision kits, so that you can test yourself at home and be sure you’re fully prepared for the exam.
As this course is delivered via textbook, your course will never expire, meaning you can take the exams when you’re ready.
Mandatory modules and assessment