AAT enables you to choose how, when and where you study.
Training is flexible, practical and open to everyone - whether you’re heading
for your first job in accounting and finance, seeking a change of scene, or
already work in accounting. Professional skills to be proud of! Our
qualification is based on real-world knowledge, supported by in-depth
expertise. Its value is so widely known that firms like Vodafone, the NHS, the
Metropolitan Police and KPMG actively seek AAT qualified staff for their
knowledge, skills, diligence and enthusiasm
How you’re assessed
We assess the skills you’ve developed using flexible and
practical computer based assessments (CBAs). There’s no set time to take these tests
– you can sit them as and when you’re ready, with the agreement of your
training provider. You’ll receive immediate results for online testing. Not
every assessment is an online test; some learning and assessment areas use
other computer-administered methods, including projects, reports or workplace
evidence. These types of assessment, and some of the online tests which have
extended written questions, are marked by hand with the results available up to
and including six weeks later.
How long it takes to
One of the great things about AAT qualifications is the
flexibility of our training. You can study full-time, part-time, from home or
online – so how long you take to qualify is up to you.Get qualified in less than three years. There are three levels to the AAT Accounting Qualification, and
you can expect to spend around a year on each level.
If you want a career within accounts and finance, there is
an alternative. Even if you have the relevant qualifications, university may
not be the right choice for you. The AAT Accounting Qualification will steer
you towards a career in accounts and finance, which in this current climate, is
a great way to avoid student debt and gain work-ready skills.
There are no formal entry requirements in terms of
qualifications (matric is therefore not a prerequisite), but learners must have
a good level of literacy and numeracy and must be able to complete assessments