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Distance learning providers

I'm looking to do the level 2 course, but want to do distance learning as I also work full time. Does anyone have recommendations for providers? I've been looking at ics, but after reading some reviews, I'm not too sure. Can anyone help me with this?


  • BertieBertie West Midlands Registered Posts: 376
    If you're intent on using a provider - I'd recommend Kaplan for AAT and CIMA, Tolleys for ATT.

    BPP and ACCA seem to go well together so I'm told.
  • RecovR_MassageRecovR_Massage AAT Student Posts: 7
    I would avoid Avado (formerly known as Home Learning College)
  • spindriftspindrift Registered Posts: 1
    Thanks for posting Katie: I am in the same position as yourself and have looked at lots of courses and read completely opposing reviews of the same companies! Like yourself I would really like to hear from people who have recent experience of the online and distance course providers...
  • kbateskbates Registered Posts: 4
    I would also suggest avoiding Avado (HLC). I had quite a few issues with them when I studied with them at level 2. I'm now onto level 4 with Kaplan and haven't had any real issues so would certainly recommend them.
  • taralouisetaralouise Registered Posts: 16
    Hi, there is a provider called Premier Training. They have just won AAT distance learning provider in 2017 so they must be pretty good. I am hoping to sign up for my level 3 with them very soon.
  • DannyT90DannyT90 Surrey AAT Student, AATQB Posts: 159
    I use ATC (Accoutning Training College) and I've been very happy with everything.
  • AC88AC88 AAT Student Posts: 44
    I've used Premier training from level 2 and would definitely recommend them.

    They give you assignments to do after a couple chapters so each book they give you 3 assignments and one practice test, so they constantly are giving feedback on how your doing and where you can improve.
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