This course will provide you with the skills and essential knowledge to manage books effectively. You will become confident with manual double entry bookkeeping, associated documents and processes up to Trial Balance standard. Whether you are enhancing skills for use in your current workplace, or want to gain employment as a clerical assistant, trainee bookkeeper, accounts clerk or finance assistant, this is the course for you.
With this qualification there is no need for any prior accounting knowledge. This qualification will give you a solid background in single entry bookkeeping. However, you should have English, maths and IT skills at level 1. If you do not have the entry requirements, you will need to conduct a maths assessment to ensure your skills are at the necessary level to succeed on the course.
Teaching and Learning Methods
Your tutor will use a variety of teaching methods to accommodate different learning styles to support you in achieving your goals. The teaching on this course will involve lectures, discussions, course book, individual practice, and lots of worked examples. You will spend the majority of your time practising using a PC. Throughout the course, your tutor will give you verbal and written feedback on your progress towards the requirements of the qualification. The skills you are learning should be practised outside college and all resources will be uploaded to our Teams platform for you to access from home so that you develop and progress. Your practical skills should be supplemented with the study necessary to successfully complete the range of different assessments.
There will be continual assessment during the course as well as two end-of-unit Computer based assessments for the certificate. On successful completion of this course, if you pass both exams, you will be awarded the AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping.
Next Steps and Progression
Following successful completion of your course you can further enhance your skills on our AAT-Certificate in Bookkeeping Level 3 course. Request an interview for further guidance.
For more information please contact the Learner Services Team via Live Chat or on: 020 7255 4700 or email: LearnerServices@wmcollege.ac.uk
Additional Learning Support
Additional Learning Support (ALS) is available for this course. ALS is subject to an assessment with a trained member of staff and support may include one or more of the following: support in the classroom, out of class workshops such as English, ICT and maths and specialist support for dyslexia. Provision of assistive equipment is also available and access support can be provided through reasonable adjustments with our Disability Officer. Please let us know as soon as possible about your learning needs and/or disabilities so we can arrange support at the earliest opportunity. Teachers are supported to ensure their materials are inclusive to meet all learners needs. Digital Learning support is available in the Learning Centre at our Camden site. Careers advice and guidance is also available to all learners.
WM College is able to provide financial support with course fees and you may be eligible based on prior qualifications, if you are on a low income or on benefits. For more information and to find out if you are eligible, go to the Fees & Finance page on our website or contact the Learner Services team via Live Chat or on 020 7255 4700.