Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Bookkeeping - What's it all about?

Bookkeeping is fundamental to all businesses.


Bookkeeping involves managing all business financial transactions in a company. Whether it is a question of purchase or sale, or change of loans, all this information has to be recorded in the books. This position therefore requires strong accuracy and good attention to detail.
 
Good Bookkeeping is fundamental for most companies whether big or small because it allows businesses to keep an eye on profitability. Therefore to be a good accountant you must have good book keeping skills and experience.
 
AAT level 2 is heavily focused on bookkeeping and offers two modules dedicated on how to process bookkeeping and transactions as well as how to monitor control accounts, journals and the banking system.

The Training place of Excellence offer AAT courses in Level 2, 3 & 4 with 6 months work practical work experience with a chartered accountant firm.

We have recognized employers need for candidates with work experience to support their applications.Visit our website for more info and enrollment info : http://bit.ly/1nwFNxd 

Stay tuned for more accounting bites!

Monday, 2 June 2014

Learn more about AAT


AAT is the UK’s leading qualification and membership body for accounting staff. AAT award around 90% of all vocational qualifications in accounting, and are sponsored by the chartered accounting bodies CIPFA, ICAEW, CIMA and ICAS. Also a member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), the global organisation for the accountancy profession dedicated to serving the public interest by strengthening the profession and contributing to the development of strong international economies.
AAT has more than 120,000 members in more than 90 countries worldwide and includes students, people working in accountancy and self-employed business owners.

The AAT qualifications are internationally recognised and respected by employers who actively recruit AAT trained staff and employees
You can study AAT whatever your age, experience or previous qualifications

AAT is a fast-track, non-graduate route into charted accountancy. People who choose this route can become chartered much faster than if they had gone to university
You can study AAT through an Apprenticeship you will gain the hands-on experience and be rest assure that the AAT qualification is widely respected and often preferred by several large employers, improving your job prospects and earning up to 15% more than their unqualified colleagues.

16 – 18 year can get this training for FREE via the Apprenticeship route.
The standards of the AAT qualification are regularly updated in consultation with employers, to ensure that all students are up to date with current work practises and legislation.