The Association of Accounting Technicians, or AAT, is a UK qualification and professional body for vocational accountants, with over 140,000 members worldwide. It is a technician level qualification offering higher apprenticeships which entitles those who have completed the exams and obtained relevant supervised work experience to become an accountant. The programme is divided into three levels of Foundation Certificate in Accounting, Foundation Diploma in Accounting, Advanced Diploma in Accounting, and the Professional Diploma levels. Participants are required to attain competency at each level in order to progress to the next levels. The programme covers such modules as Finnce Administration, Basic Costing principles, Advanced Boookekeeping, Final Accounts Preparation, Indirect Tax, Accounting Systems and Controls, Financial Statements of Limited Companies.
Aspiring Accountants. Accounting and Finance technicians without technical training.
Course Admission Requirements
Holders of BGCSE (O Levels) or equivalent should have at least a Pass in English and Credit in Mathematics. Accounting and Business Studies subjects are an added advantage for admission. Recognition of Prior Learning also applies.