AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting (19+)

Overview

  • Adults (Part-time)
  • Part-time day or eve hours per week

Level 3: Advanced Diploma in Accounting

  • A1064-22
  • 12 September 2022 - 35 weeks
  • Wembley Park Campus
  • Standard: £2,573

Level 3: Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Evening)

  • A1153-22
  • 12 September 2022 - 35 weeks
  • Wembley Park Campus
  • Standard: £2,573

Details

At this level you will master complex financial processes, including final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, reports and returns and professional ethics.

This course covers the following:  

  • Business Awareness (AQ2022)
  • Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements (AQ2022)
  • Management Accounting Techniques (AQ2022)
  • Tax Processes for Businesses (AQ2022)

How is the course taught?

You will build on what you learned at AAT Level 2 using a range of teaching methods. In addition, you will be required to spend an extra 8-10 hours a week on private study.

What support is available?

Our qualified tutors will support and guide you in the lessons using a range of resources to help you develop the skills and behaviours required in industry Learning Support is also available for those with learning difficulties/disabilities; please let us know on application if you require this service. If you need help or advice on other matters such as welfare and finance, please contact our Course Information Centres at Willesden or Wembley Park.

What social activities can I take part in?

We offer a programme of social and sports activities to all our students; full information is available from the Student Room at your centre of study. Student rooms are available for those who want to play games, meet up with friends or just chill.

What facilities and resources are available?

A range of snacks, hot and cold foods are available to purchase in the canteen and café facilities, as well as vending machines. Halal meat and washing facilities are available at both centres. We have Quiet Rooms for those preferring to reflect. LRCs (libraries) are available at both centres, fully equipped with a wide range of learning materials and qualified friendly.

What else should I know?

Accountants work at the very heart of a business and are expected to be able to communicate information clearly and appropriately to a given audience. Accountants increasingly need to interpret information and advise managers and clients, rather than simply carrying out calculations.

With this in mind, our courses are specifically designed to develop your English language skills to support employability instead of simply passing exams. This also ensures you are prepared for AAT level 4 and other higher levels of study.