BCoT held its first virtual open event of the academic year on Tuesday 13 October.
Apprenticeships let you learn on the job, develop
knowledge and skills, gain an AAT Accounting Qualification and earn money – all at the same time.
This apprenticeship is ideal for someone just starting
their journey in accounting and can be the first step on the ladder to becoming
a fully qualified Accountant.
You will learn on
the job and in college taking into account how you would assist in the day to
day financial activities such as data entry to month end management accounts
and/or year-end financial statements. In addition the Assistant Accountant may find themselves
involved in regulatory financial requirements such as the completion of VAT
returns or assisting in the preparation of tax computations.
You’ll study an AAT qualification by attending a college
class one day a week with qualified tutors who all currently still work in the
Study units include: Advanced Bookkeeping and Preparing
Final Accounts, Management Accounting Costing, Professional Ethics, Indirect Tax
earn while you learn
Units studied will be
Final Accounts preparation
Management Accounting: costing
Ethics for accountants
Spreadsheets for Accounting
Students should have Maths and English to GCSE Level Grade C or above. To start Directly at Level 3 an AAT Foundation Certificate Level 2 is required.
Each unit will be assessed by way of a computerised examination. Successful completion of all exams at each level will result in the qualification being awarded.
AAT Professional Accounting Tax-Technician Apprenticeship