- May 24, 2012 at 7:21 am
Which are some of the best colleges for studying AAT? I heard Home Learning College is good.
Has anyone else studied from here?May 24, 2012 at 11:48 am
I have only heard bad recommendations for HLC, im with Premier TrainingJuly 6, 2012 at 12:55 pm
I am studying from Home Learning College and it has been good till now. Excellent tutor support, no hidden fees and I get to keep the books (yay!). I was considering Premier Training and BPP, but then found out that HLC has got the highest reputation when it comes to certification. Better go to the college everyone knows about 😉March 2, 2013 at 2:28 pm
Kaplan AAT home study course is excellent. They have live online lectures covering each unit in detail. The lectures are recorded so that you can play them back in your own time. In addition to the tutor delivering the lecture they have another tutor present answering questions on line.
The lectures are recorded so that you can play them back in your own time. Their study manuals and tutor support are excellent.
My advice is, If you can’t get day release to attend your local college then Kaplan’s home study course is next best.
No other distance learning training company offers live online lectures. I can highly recommend Kaplan and I will be enrolling for AAT level 3 with them very soon. I have passed all level 2 at first attempt using Kaplan material and tutor support.August 1, 2016 at 4:34 pm
I have done AAT Level 2 online with Osborne Training. They provided me live online lecture for aat courses, it was a unique and very user friendly experience. Comparing to Kaplan, bpp or hlc, Osborne Training is a much better choice due to cost and quality. I am planning to do AAT level 3 with Osborne Training. They offer choice of joining the aat course in campus in London or through online distance learning with lots of free aat study materials. you may have alook at the link below,
https://www.osbornetraining.org/aat-courses/October 22, 2016 at 11:14 pm
I am with Gold Edge Training, beginning with AAT Level 2.
I have emailed my tutor many, many times and she has always responded with positive answers and help.January 26, 2017 at 7:40 pm
I just started my AAT Level 3 with Pitman Training at Startford.April 24, 2020 at 12:43 pm
I am doing my aat with Future Connect Training. I have done AAT level . The best part of their offering is that they have integrated the hands on practical training, like a real accounting practice environment within the studies. You learn your bookkeeping transactions and control modules, but at the same time, they you are working on real client files and live company data. I am currently doing the aat level 3, and they have integrated, xero, quickbooks, advanced excel and sage within the academics.All the concepts make much more sense now and i am buildng my confidence for bookkeeping and Accounts assistant job roles. I use to go to harrow office, but i got job at Bank, so they moved my studies and weekend schedule to mile end office, that is so helpful. read through, https://www.fctraining.org/aat.php
you will find it very helpful.
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