Computerised Accounts - AAT Level 2 qualification
About the course
The aim of this qualification is to enhance your skills using computerised accounting software. In particular how to use a computerised accounting system to enter accounting transactions, perform reconciliations, correct errors and generate a range of reports.
Study it as a standalone, or as the natural mid-point between the introductory and advanced computerised accounting qualifications.
Benefits of studying this qualification
- Opportunity to upskill and improve job prospects
- Strong recognition by prospective employers of a highly valued qualification
- Robust accredited qualification providing transferable skills
- Additional skills in spreadsheet software and professional ethics units
- Progression opportunities to further AAT qualifications in computerised accounting, bookkeeping and accounting
The introductory level will suit you if:
- You've completed the introductory computerised accounting level and want to build on your skills
- You're already working in finance and you'd like formal recognition of your skills
- You want to work in bookkeeping, either for a firm¿s finance department or as an independent professional
- Entering accounting data at the beginning of an accounting period
- Recording customer transactions
- Recording supplier transactions
- Recording and reconcile bank and cash transactions
- Using journals to enter accounting transaction
- Producing reports
- Maintaining the safety and security of data held in the computerised accounting system
There is one computer-based assessment for this unit.
After successfully completing Level 2 AAT Award in Computerised Accounts you can study:
- AAT Certificate in Accounting