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Free study materials on the OpenTuition.com site
The study material on this site has been specifically designed for OpenTuition to support AAT students studying for Units 30 and 31. Opentuition.com does not provide telephone or email support.
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The Certificate in Accounting comprises of Unit 30 & Unit 31
Unit 30 introduces the concepts of accounting for income and receipts, making and recording payments and preparing accounts to trial balance.
Free access to interactive e-learning material for Unit 30
Unit 31 is concerned with presenting financial information and reports for internal and external use, operating a computerised accounting system and performing effectively in the work place. This Unit is assessed by means of a skills test.
Free access to interactive e-learning material for Unit 31
AAT has launched an e-learning product to complement its existing AAT Access qualification.
AAT Access is a Level One qualification which gives the learner basic accountancy and finance skills. By completing AAT Access, learners will increase their employability by gaining the skills and knowledge required to work for small local firms to large, multinational companies.
With the addition of the e-learning product, AAT Access will adopt a blended learning approach to support students inside and outside the classroom. In practice, this means what students learn face-to-face is complemented by e-learning materials, which they can use in their own time. These can be accessed online, 24/7 so students can study at their own pace.
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