Last night the AAT and eagle delivered an on online webinar for prospective students. Find out more...
In recent news articles we have demonstrated the success of people who become a Professional Accountants following a vocational route, rather than going to university to obtain a degree. We thought, what a great opportunity to provide you with a clear visual illustrating how this can be achieved.
We would like to invite prospective students to join AAT and eagle for a free taster lesson which will provide an introduction to the double-entry bookkeeping system which underpins accounting processes world-wide. You can experience what it will be like studying an AAT accounting or bookkeeping course online.
Traditionally, it's expected that a University Degree will provide the best opportunities for successful careers. However, in the accounting profession, the vocational route is a highly regarded route and often preferred.
Often potential customers ask us if they're too old to study for an AAT qualification - the answer is always no! Most of our customers are 'mature' and in the last 15 years we've seen so many benefit significantly from qualifying. Infact, eagle's very first customer was a newly retired bank manager, aged 65!
When people start to consider studying a professional qualification, it's usually because they'd like to instigate some form of change in their lives, and they wonder if an AAT Accounting or Bookkeeping qualification will help them achieve this. Is the investment worth it?