Please note all students will be required to register as student members of the AAT or IAB
AAT LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING (FOUNDATION)
This is the first stage of the AAT course, suitable for beginners with no experience or knowledge. Part-time study for 36 weeks.
Course fees £750 (includes tuition, books and examination entries) payable in 4 installments.
Begins 11th September 2014 Thursdays 10am - 1pm or 6pm - 9pm
AT LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING (INTERMEDIATE)
The second stage of the AAt course, suitable for those who have completed Level 2 or already have some accountancy experience or training. Part-time study for 36 weeks. Course fees £1,200 (if paid before 31/7 with £100 deposit) or £1,240 from 1/8 - Fees include tuition, books and examination entries and are payable in 4 installments.
Begins 9th or 10th September 2014 - Tuesday 10am - 3.30pm OR Wednesday 1pm - 7pm
AAT LEVEL 4 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING (TECHNICIAN)
The final stage of the AAT course, suitable for those who have completed the AAT Level 3 Intermediate Diploma of Accounting. Once completed and with relevant industry experience can gain MAAT status and progress on to professional accountancy qualifications. Part-time study for 36 weeks. Course fees £1260 (if paid before 31/7 with £100 deposit) or £1300 after 1/8. Fees include tuition, books and examination entries and are payable in 4 installments.
Begins 9th or 10th September 2014 - Tuesdays 10am - 3.30pm OR Wednesdays 1pm - 7.00pm
IAB LEVEL 1, 2 and 3 COMPUTERISED BOOKKEEPING
Using Sage Kine 50 accounting software. This is suitable at Level 1 for those starting computerised accountancy training for the first time and progressing through the year to Level 3. Part-time study for :
Level 1 8 weeks Course fees £175
Level 2 10 weeks Course fees £195
Level 3 12 weeks Course fees £250
(All fees include tuition, IAB registration, manuals and examination entries) payable in 3 installments.
exact dates to be confirmed Monday 6pm - 8pm
For further information about our accountancy qualifications please visit http://wmraccountancytraining.co.uk/
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