Is this course right for me?

If you’re looking to become a qualified accountant or to gain professional status, then this course will develop your practical accounting workplace skills and prepare you for higher level accounting qualifications.

The main topics are:

  • Bookkeeping Transactions
  • Bookkeeping Controls
  • Elements of Costing
  • Using Accounting Software
  • Work Effectively in Finance

*Plus end of year Synoptic Assessment

Please see the relevant part-time prospectus for details of costs, including exam fees.

Entry requirements:

  • AAT Access Level 1 or alternatively GCSE Maths and English grade C
  • Ideally, you should be working in an Accounting role
  • All students are required to register with the professional body for accounting technicians
  • All places are subject to satisfactory interview

AAT may refuse membership on issues of bankruptcy or certain unspent criminal convictions. For more information click here.

Delivery:

  • formal lectures
  • will involve a commitment to reading and practising your skills outside lectures

Assessment:

  • computer-based assessments spread throughout the course

Progression:

Completion of the programme can lead to a range of options in employment and education, including:

  • Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Level 3 Diploma in Accounting.

Additional campus/course information:

  • Bangor

    This course is delivered in various patterns at Bangor and Rhos-on-Sea. At Rhos-on-Sea, it is delivered 1 day a week over 31 weeks starting in September.

    The course is available as a day release on a Monday.

  • Rhos-on-Sea

    This course is delivered in various patterns at Bangor and Rhos-on-Sea. At Rhos-on-Sea, it is delivered 1 day a week over 31 weeks starting in September.

    Either day release on Tuesday or Tuesday and Thursday evenings.