AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping
The AAT Leve 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping is part of the new AAT Qualified Bookkeeper (AATQB) suite of qualifications. It covers the underpinning skills in all accountancy and finance roles. This qualification is suitable for those already working in finance, those returning to work or unemployed or for those wishing to change career. It also offers progression for students who have started studying accountancy and bookkeeping with AAT.
The qualification is composed of two mandatory units, assessed in two end-of-unit assessments:
• Bookkeeping Transactions • Bookkeeping Controls.
On completion of this qualification you will develop practical accountancy skills in the double-entry bookkeeping system and in using associated documents and processes. You will be able to check transactions for accuracy, make entries in appropriate books and ledgers, and calculate sales invoices and credit notes. Also covering bookkeeping procedures such as dealing with VAT, reconciliation and trial balances. This course will develop the bookkeeping knowledge and skills needed to work within this field or once completed with the AAT Foundation Award Computerised Accounts Level 2 course, to go on study higher-level bookkeeping or accountancy qualifications, such as the AATQB Level 3, to become a AAT Qualified Bookkeeper
Prosp User 3
This course is for those who have manual bookkeeping knowledge or who have already completed a Level 1 manual bookkeeping award. Learners should have good IT skills, and a good standard of English and maths GCSE grade C and above. Prosp User 4
Please bring with you a folder, notepad, pen and calculator. Learners are expected to study outside of class for 2 hrs a week to support learning.

The following work book will be required - TBC
Access to AAT qualifications requires student membership for all learners for a fee of £44 at the start of the course. This cost is not included in the course fees and guidance will be given at the first lesson on how to join AAT
Prosp User 5

COVID classroom safety

COVID classroom safety
When attending a face to face course, learners and staff will be expected to conform with the COVID-19 guidance in place at each venue. When attending a face to face course, learners and staff will be expected to conform with the COVID-19 guidance in place at each venue.
Please note that York Learning have no control over guidance in buildings which may go over and above government guidance or recommendations. Please note that York Learning have no control over guidance in buildings which may go over and above government guidance or recommendations.
There is now no enforced isolation, however we still strongly recommend that if you have tested positive for COVID, have symptoms, or just feel unwell you do not come to class, however we cannot enforce this. There is now no enforced isolation, however we still strongly recommend that if you have tested positive for COVID, have symptoms, or just feel unwell you do not come to class, however we cannot enforce this.
If you are living with someone with COVID symptoms or who has tested positive but you feel well, you are able to attend class if you wish, If you are living with someone with COVID symptoms or who has tested positive but you feel well, you are able to attend class if you wish,
As of April 1st 2022 lateral flow tests are no longer freely available, therefore whilst we agree that it is good practice to take a test we will no longer be recommending that learners take a test before attending class. As of April 1st 2022 lateral flow tests are no longer freely available, therefore whilst we agree that it is good practice to take a test we will no longer be recommending that learners take a test before attending class.
Face coverings can still be worn if you wish but these are no longer required. Please follow the 'catch it, bin it, kill it' guidance issued by the government and City of York Council. Face coverings can still be worn if you wish but these are no longer required. Please follow the 'catch it, bin it, kill it' guidance issued by the government and City of York Council.
Please note that we will not be able to offer refunds in the event that a course is moved from a venue to online in cases of increased risk unless the course cannot be taught online. In this case a pro-rata refund may be offered. Please note that we will not be able to offer refunds in the event that a course is moved from a venue to online in cases of increased risk unless the course cannot be taught online. In this case a pro-rata refund may be offered.

Learners who live in devolved authorities

Learners who live in devolved authorities
York Learning receives government funding which allows us to offer courses at a lower cost. The guidelines relating to devolution means that we cannot apply this funding to learners who live in devolved areas such as the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. York Learning receives government funding which allows us to offer courses at a lower cost. The guidelines relating to devolution means that we cannot apply this funding to learners who live in devolved areas such as the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
If you live in one of these areas we would recommend that , before committing to a course with York Learning, you explore options to study the course in your local area. If you live in one of these areas we would recommend that , before committing to a course with York Learning, you explore options to study the course in your local area.
If you would prefer to continue your learning with York Learning please note that the price of the course could be double the advertised cost. If you would prefer to continue your learning with York Learning please note that the price of the course could be double the advertised cost.
In this case, please contact us on 01904 554277 to complete your enrolment. In this case, please contact us on 01904 554277 to complete your enrolment.
DT1/GN1
19/09/2022
27/03/2023
18:00 - 21:00
Monday
3.00 hrs per wk
26 weeks
Jill Grogan
650.00
£650.00