AAT Level 2 is the first level of qualification for people with limited or no accounts knowledge.
This “Foundation Certificate in accounting” training equips you for an entry-level role in an Accounting or Finance department.
Moreover, this AAT course also lays the groundwork for a promising future in the accounting profession.
By the end of the course, you will have a greater understanding and skills of manual and computerised accounts and how to use them in a ‘real business world’ setting.
Want a new direction for your career? Think Accountancy, according to statistics, the average salary for Accountants is £50,000; it is the sector where the employ-ability rate is greater than any other sector.
What are the benefits after completing AAT courses?
A newly qualified AAT member can expect to earn an average of £21,600. Some accounting technicians work as accounts assistant; others go on to become managing directors or finance directors of well-known companies. Some go to work as a self employed accountant as AAT allows the student to become chartered.
Osborne Training is an AAT Approved Training Provider in London. In taking the Association of Accounting Technicians qualification with Osborne Training, you will make one of the greatest decisions of your career.
You can expect this qualification to take 1-1.5 year to complete for most students.
Tutors are highly qualified with extensive knowledge of accountancy.
Classroom Based – evening, Weekend and Daytime sessions for AAT course from London Campus. Osborne Training continuously opening new campuses throughout the UK.
Online Live – Interactive online sessions through world-class Virtual Learning Campus with study materials are delivered to your home address.
Distance Learning- Self-Study with Study Material and access to Online study Material through Virtual Learning Campus.
Who is this course for?
This level of AAT qualification is for people with limited or no accounts knowledge. The AAT accounting training will equip you for an entry level role in an Accounting or Finance department. By the end of the course you will have a greater understanding of manual and computerised accounts and how to use them in a ‘real world’ setting.