How long will the qualification take?
This qualification will take around six months to complete.

What you’ll learn
Aimed at experienced bookkeepers, this qualification covers areas such as double entry bookkeeping, financial statements, intermediate spreadsheets and software use. For full details of what you’ll learn read the qualification specification.

Achieve professional AAT Bookkeeper status
If you successfully complete this qualification, you can apply for AAT associate bookkeeping membership and achieve professional AAT Bookkeeper status (AATQB)

Syllabus
Advanced Bookkeeping
Final Accounts Preparation
Indirect Tax

What jobs can you do with this qualification?
AAT Qualifications arerecognised by employers as practical and technical qualifications that prepare students for the world of work and for working specifically in accountancy and finance roles. 

The Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping can lead to employment as:
Professional Bookkeeper
Senior Bookkeeper
Accounts Manager
Ledger Manager  

Cost
Private tutor fees: TBC Paid to training provider.
These fees vary widely depending on:
Classroom-based or distance learning
Amount of study materials and support provided

Assessment fees: £70 – £80 per assessment Paid to your training provider or AAT Approved assessment venue.
These fees will vary depending on the training provider or assessment venue. Check whether these are included in your overall training provider fees.

Professional body AAT fees: £48 Paid to AAT.
This payment will give you access to the qualification and the ability to sit the assessments for a maximum of 12 months or until you complete the qualification, whichever comes first. In addition, you’ll have access to study support resources for the duration of your relationship with AAT.