This course is designed for those that want to understand advanced bookkeeping principles and concepts, preparation of financial statements for sole traders and partnerships, and issues around indirect tax (VAT in the UK) in business. All of this will be learned in the context of the ethical issues that a bookkeeper may encounter in their professional life.Students will be expected to undertake an element of self-study of the indirect tax unit of this qualification. There will assignments throughout the course to ensure that you are on track with passing this unit of the qualification. The time required will be around 2-3 hours outside of the classroom on this specific unit.
NB Advanced Learner Loan funding is currently unavailable for for this L3 course. However, we are offering a 10% discount if you wish to pay for the course in full or an agreed instalment plan.
This course uses a blended-learning delivery model, with a combination of timetabled classroom-based and online sessions. We will explain how these will work for your course as part of your assessment enrolment and induction. Please see the Course Information Sheet for more details about resources required. ** Please note: using a mobile phone could incur additional data costs and isn't practical for most course work **