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AAT Level 4 Diploma in Professional Accounting
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Do you want a fulfilling career in accountancy? Have you passed AAT Level 3 or an equivalent accounting qualification? We can help you reach your goal by studying AAT Level 4.
This level builds on the knowledge you gained in the Level 3 Diploma. You will cover higher accounting tasks including drafting financial statements, managing budgets and evaluating financial performance. There are also optional specialist units including business tax, personal tax, auditing, credit management, and cash and financial management. After qualifying you can work in accounting roles or progress onto studying chartered accountancy.
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Eagle courses are for self-motivated learners, who want to learn complex accountancy and management accountancy skills.
You can start studying when you’re ready, at a time and place that suits your lifestyle. Most people complete this course in 12 to 18 months, although you’ll set the pace of learning and work towards your preferred completion date.
To progress comfortably on this course, you’ll need to have good accounting knowledge and be able to perform all the financial and management accounting tasks which are tested on the AAT Level 3 course. Plus you’ll need a good standard of English literacy and basic Maths skills. We recommend you register with AAT before starting this course. This will give you your AAT student number, which enables you to enter for assessments.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to apply complex accounting principles, concepts, and rules to prepare the financial statements of a limited company. You’ll also learn management accounting techniques to aid decision making and control, prepare and monitor budgets, and measure performance.
This level consists of compulsory and optional units:
The Level 4 course is assessed by unit assessments.
A unit assessment only tests knowledge and skills taught in that unit. At Level 4 they are:
Assessment results will be available in your MyAAT account when they are released.
To be awarded the AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting qualification you must achieve at least a 70% competency level in each unit assessment.
You can resit an assessment to improve your grade. Results from the assessment with the highest marks will be used to calculate your final grade. There are no resit restrictions or employer engagement requirements for any fee paying student on any of our AAT courses.
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After you’ve passed this level, you can work in a variety of jobs including forensic accountant, tax manager, accountancy consultant and finance analyst, earning salaries of up to £37,000 as you advance and gain experience.
AAT full members (MAAT) and fellow members (FMAAT) are eligible for exemptions that allow you to take the fast track route to chartered accountant status. You can stay with the same training provider. Eagle offers affordable courses approved by the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) which you can subscribe to.
You are required to become a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) launch to fulfil your qualification. Fees associated with admission and exam fees are in addition to the cost of the course and payable direct to the AAT. Exam fees are paid to the exam centre.
Please be aware that these are subject to change.
And to make it all even more flexible, you can pay for your course as you go. With Eagle, you’re free to manage your costs and choose how often you want to pay, and for how long. You can choose to pay monthly, quarterly or annually and you can cancel anytime.
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£45/month billed monthly
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£36/month billed yearly
These plans are for the new 2022 syllabus. Need access to the AAT 2016 syllabus?
This is the entry point for most people who are at the beginning of their accountancy journey.
You can start at this level if you’ve completed the Level 2 Certificate. You may also be eligible if you’ve worked in an accounting or bookkeeping role.
You’ll need to complete the Level 3 Diploma before starting this level. You may be exempt from some units if you’ve studied a finance or accounting degree.
This level is made up of two subjects: Introduction to Bookkeeping (ITBK) and Principles of Bookkeeping Controls (POBC). You’ll learn about double-entry bookkeeping systems and the associated documents and processes, as well as more complex procedures and payment methods.
This level is made up of two subjects: Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements (FAPS) and Tax processes for Businesses (TPFB). You’ll build on your Level 2 knowledge and learn about VAT legislation, preparing final accounts, and the regulations governing company accounts.