AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping - online course for 99 quid (-84%) @ Amazon Local
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AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping - online course for 99 quid (-84%) @ Amazon Local

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Found 17th Mar 2014
AAT course for only 99 pounds. Exams and membership fees excluded of course, but anyway those courses are usually much more pricey.

That's -84% off from 600 pounds. All right, there are other companies offering that course online for 450, but still it's very cheap using this voucher.

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How does this compare with the standard price?

soon accountancy will be consigned to the dustbin.

computers will do the work.

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My grandma was always saying that demand for accountancy and funeral businesses will never end :):)

Aye right, Kev. Computers will do the work, let's not forget robots either. Every household will also own a spaceship....;)

God bless accountants....

Original Poster

Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do maths, but who will take responsibility? I bet not the CEO, not board members, and definitely not software maker, so they will hire accountant.

I'm doing this course. books, online access to pre assessments, and plenty of other useful stuff. Tutor on hand for help, exams and Aat membership 355.00.
Personally id prefer to pay the little extra.
Last year I payed 50.00 for a Sage 50 course through Groupon and it was awful and I never bothered completing.
Imo, you get what you pay for.

A computer can do the maths, if the data is entered correctly!

I got the AAT qualification when I was 20 (many moons ago...) so I'm biased. I agree with Nickster that you usually get what you pay for but this looks like a bargain price.

I'm going to recommend it to one of my work colleagues.

Jamiebhoy, before your college goes ahead and purchases, make them aware that the exams are 35.00 each, plus there is the admin/invigilator fees per exam of upto 45.00, then your aat membership fee on top. So not so cheap once all added up.

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any one knows how many exams are there ?

Thanks for the details, Nickster. Perhaps I will advise them to cost it up with a local training company.

2 x 2 hour exams

Im all for a bargain Jamiebhoy, but after extensively researching, buying as a package was by far the better option. Plus you get study and work books rather than everything being computer based.
Aat.org have a list of distance and college training providers.

Is this only for two modules of the Level 2? Only 40% of the whole level from what I can see......??

Yes, it is for the book keeping module certificate only.

Amazon have exaggerated the cost of this, as you could study the complete aat level 2 for 650.00.

why are the English always one step behind America.

turbotax.intuit.com/

Dinth

Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do … Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do maths, but who will take responsibility? I bet not the CEO, not board members, and definitely not software maker, so they will hire accountant.

[quote=Dinth]Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do maths, but who will take responsibility? I bet not the CEO, not board members, and definitely not software maker, so they will hire accountant.[/quote


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Seriously , you are wrong. turbotax.intuit.com/

jamiebhoy

Aye right, Kev. Computers will do the work, let's not forget robots … Aye right, Kev. Computers will do the work, let's not forget robots either. Every household will also own a spaceship....;)God bless accountants....



Behind the Americans

https://turbotax.intuit.com/best-tax-software/common-questions.js

If you are an accountant , hard to accept change.

I don't see the point in negative comments honestly this is really good for someone wanting to get into accountancy! I'm currently studying my last year of AAT (Level 4) and it's a good thing to get into, AAT are so helpful there are loads of training on there website and Level 2 is a piece of cake. Even if computers can do our job, not everybody wants to use and rely on a computer

AmyElizabeth0x

I don't see the point in negative comments honestly this is really good … I don't see the point in negative comments honestly this is really good for someone wanting to get into accountancy! I'm currently studying my last year of AAT (Level 4) and it's a good thing to get into, AAT are so helpful there are loads of training on there website and Level 2 is a piece of cake. Even if computers can do our job, not everybody wants to use and rely on a computer



Acceptance of change is difficult, I recognise that , but do not assume that studying and passing accountancy course is a job for life.

This is a good deal , but be aware that change is around the corner.

kevessex

Behind the … Behind the Americanshttps://turbotax.intuit.com/best-tax-software/common-questions.jsIf you are an accountant , hard to accept change.



There is much more to an Accountant's work than just tax, Kev....

Once again, I know that I'm biased but I think that most accountants embrace change. You're welcome to your opinion, I just don't agree with it.

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kevessex

[quote=Dinth] Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. … [quote=Dinth] Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do maths, but who will take responsibility? I bet not the CEO, not board members, and definitely not software maker, so they will hire accountant.

Dinth

Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do … Seriously, there will be always demand for accountants. Computer can do maths, but who will take responsibility? I bet not the CEO, not board members, and definitely not software maker, so they will hire accountant.[/quote]Seriously , you are wrong. https://turbotax.intuit.com/#TaxesDoneRight



So if some company will not pay all their taxes who is going to prison? Turbotax devs ?

The course is Free at College as it is Level 2 Standard. Those unemployed and benefits over the age of 24 are free and so are people under the age 24 unemployed and benefits.

I would suggest doing SAGE Level 1 and 2 it will be useful.
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