• Intakes : Every Month
  • Duration : 8 months
  • Accredited by : AAT
  • Location: London (in-class) or
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Mandatory Units:
  • Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping
  • Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets
  • Accounting for purchase of non-current assets
  • Accounting for depreciation and adjustments
  • Accounting for disposal of non-current assets
  • Preparing and extending the trial balance.
  • Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts
  • Preparing accounting records from incomplete information
  • Producing final accounts for sole traders
  • Understanding partnerships’ legislative and accounting requirements
  • Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account
  • Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership.
  • Understanding an organisation’s costing systems
  • Recording and analysing cost information
  • Apportioning costs to organisational requirements
  • Analysing budget deviations and reporting these to management
  • Using information gathered from costing systems to assist decision making.
  • Understanding principles of ethical working
  • Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers
  • Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches
  • Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability
  • Understanding VAT regulations
  • Completing VAT returns accurately and on time
  • Understanding VAT penalties and adjusting for previous errors
  • Communicating VAT information.
  • Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data
  • Selecting and using appropriate formulae and data analysis tools and techniques
  • Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information.
Optional Units (only two modules to take out of five):
  • Completing corporation tax returns and supporting computations for incorporated businesses
  • Understanding impact of legislation and legislative changes
  • Understanding tax law and its implications for incorporated/unincorporated business
  • Understand Capital assets
  • Calculating income from all sources and identifying taxable and non-taxable items
  • Applying current legislation to calculate tax payable on income
  • Accounting for capital gains tax according to current legislations
  • Preparing accurate computations and completing relevant parts of self-assessment tax returns
  • Planning an audit identifying areas for verification and associated risk
  • Conducting a supervised audit
  • Preparing draft reports for approval
  • Understanding auditing principles and legal and professional standards required for an external auditor
  • Using statistical techniques and financial information to prepare income and expenditure forecast
  • Preparing cash to monitor an organization’s cash flow
  • Managing cash balances effectively
  • Investing surplus funds, observing organizational policies
  • Understanding relevant legislation and impact on credit management
  • Using information from various sources to grant customers’ credit within organizational guidelines
  • Using a range of techniques for debt collection
  • Monitoring and controlling credit supply

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