How can course providers vary so wildly in price?
I am looking at a career change and considering doing AAT level 2 bookkeeping or maybe the full AAT level 2 certificate in accounting. I have looked at a few training providers, and spoken to them, but am struggling to understand how the course fees can vary so widely. For bookkeeping, Premier is £299, Avado (Home Learning College) is £895. For the full accounting course, it's £699 vs £1450. They both offer tutor support, online resources. Does anyone know what the extra £600-£750 might get me?! When I asked, the Avado advisor talked generally about the quality of support, but no real specifics that convinced me. Maybe this is the first test on entering the world of finances...?!
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