If you're aged 19 and over our Introductory Diploma in Accounting and Business will give you an all-round foundation in accountancy and business skills, so you can move seamlessly into the workplace or further study. You will also get the opportunity to complete Introductory Award in Accounting Skills to Run Your Business which will enable you to explore entrepreneurialism. This qualification is also known as AAT Level 2 Diploma in Accounting and Business. This course teaches skills relevant to finance officer roles.
Entry Requirements, Units, Assessment and more...
Having successfully completed this course, you could find yourself working in forensic accounting, corporate finance, tax or even insolvency industries. You may also want to consider taking the Level 3 Diploma in Accounting.
Computer based assessments (CBAs)
Aims of the course
By introducing you to a range of financial practices and terminology, and teaching you how to apply ethics and professionalism within an accounting environment, we'll make sure you have the skills employers are looking for.
Enjoy enrichment activities Gain English and maths at the required levels (Grade C and above GCSE) Benefit from tutorial support Develop employability skills Work Experience Get support with job/university applications and interview preparation Classrooms and dynamic work spaces Dedicated 90-seater theatre and specialist IT equipped classrooms and a well-resourced Learning Centre
AAT is a brand that employers trust. Employers love AAT qualifications as they demonstrate you have the practical real world skills they need. Our qualifications are developed in consultation with employers and will equip you with the key finance skills modern businesses are looking for.
What can I earn in business, accounting and law? When you're deciding what to study post-16, it's important to think about where your course will lead. If you choose to study for a qualification in business, accounting or law, you'll be starting on a career path with loads of opportunity for progression ? and a top salary in your sights. For example: Financial project managers start on around £29,000 a year and can earn up to £50,000 with 3-5 years' experience Business administrators start on around £26,000 a year and can earn £39,000 with 3-5 years' experience Legal secretaries start on around £24,000 and can earn up to £35,000 with 3-4 years' experience