The AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting covers a range of topics across accountancy, finance and business. The following diagram gives an overview of content areas in the qualification. For example, it shows what proportion of the qualification is financial accounting and what proportion is management accounting.
The accountancy skills developed through this qualification will enable a student to seek employment withconfidence and/or to progress to the next level of learning. Students will develop skills including mastery ofcomplex financial processes, such as final accounts, reports and returns, spreadsheet use for accountants,VAT returns and professional ethics.This qualification can also open up a choice of great careers, as well as providing progress onto the AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting and a route to higher education. More than 30 UK universities and higher education institutes currently offer exemptions to AAT professional members enrolling on accounting and finance-related degrees.
Who Should Attend
Students with the ambition to complete the program.
Students interested in a vocational route to help prepare them for the workplace.
Students who are graduates or employed and looking for the skills to get into the work place.