ACCA; accounting


Accountants help organisations deal with their finances. They may work for several clients or a single employer and can work in both the private sector (industry and commerce) and the public sector (e.g. local or national government). After gaining professional qualifications, many accountants move into senior management positions in large firms. The Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) in many of the UK’s leading companies are qualified accountants and all Finance Directors (the step down from the CEO in the corporate hierarchy) are accountants. So, if this sort of career appeals to you, or if you just like numbers and recognise their ability to add value in your current job or to help open a path to a new career, then one of our accounting courses could be right up your street.

Name Study Level Category Duration
AAT Accounting – Level 2 Foundation Certificate Adults Accounting 34 weeks
AAT Accounting Level 3 Advanced Diploma Adults Accounting 36 weeks
AAT Accounting Level 4 Professional Diploma Adults Accounting 52 weeks
AAT Level 1 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping Adults Accounting 10 weeks
ACCA Audit & Assurance (F8) Adults Accounting 16 weeks (3.5 hours per week)
ACCA Financial Management (F9) Adults Accounting 16 weeks (3.5 hours per week)
ACCA Financial Reporting F7 Adults Accounting 16 weeks
ACCA Performance Management (F5) Adults Accounting 16 weeks
Access to AAT – Level 1 Award Adults Accounting 6 weeks
Business Analysis (ACCA: P3) Adults Accounting 16 weeks
Computerised Book-Keeping – IAB Level 1 Award Adults Accounting 10 Weeks
IAB Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping Adults Accounting 20 weeks