AAT is the perfect start if you’re looking to study a professional qualification in accounting.
Unlike some other qualifications, there are no entry requirements with AAT, and you don’t need any relevant work experience. This means AAT’s ideal if you’re leaving school or college or thinking about a change of career.
Even though there are no entry requirements, it will help if you’re good with numbers and committed to putting in the study hours.
According to Robert Half, The average salary for someone who is AAT qualified and an AAT member (MAAT) is around £24,500. This can rise to to £36,900 for Fellow Membership (FMAAT).
The Costs and Revenues paper consists of two units:
Indirect Tax enables you to tackle some of the most commonly occurring VAT issues in a business. Although some basic knowledge is expected, the emphasis here is on awareness and understanding, rather than recall.
Professional Ethics in Accounting and Finance develops your understanding of your ethical duties as an accounting technician and the importance of fulfilling them.
Spreadsheet Software shows you how to select and use a wide range of advanced spreadsheet software tools and techniques. These will enable you produce, present and check spreadsheets that are complex and non-routine.