How to become an accountant?

Accounting Training Course (Queens Park)
We have setup a career guidance to help you understand the steps to be an Accountant in the ever expanding field of accountancy. We provide practical training with our integrated courses that will help you gain competitive edge. Coaching in widely used accounting software’s like SAGE , XERO , Quickbooks also using MS Excel to record data with hands on work experience will make you job ready.

Accounting qualifications are essential for a career in accountancy.

Association of Accounting Technicians a foundation qualification. AAT is suitable for those who have up to A-level qualifications. There are no pre-requisites to register; however, candidates must be 16 and over.

It consists of 4 levels:

AAT Level 1: Introductory Certificate in Accounting

AAT Level 2: Foundation Certificate in Accounting

AAT Level 3: Advanced Diploma in Accounting

AAT Level 4: Professional Diploma in Accounting

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. To register, you will require a minimum of 2 A-level passes and 3 GCSE passes. There are three levels to this qualification:

Certificate Level: consists of 6 modules.

Professional Level: consists of 6 modules.

Advanced Level: consists of 3 modules.

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. You do not require a degree to register; however, a degree in a relevant subject may give you exemptions in some modules.

Applied Knowledge: contains three modules

Applied Skills: contains six Modules

Strategic Professional: contains four modules

Ethics and Professional Skills: exposure of real-life business environment to build ethical and professional skills

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. There are no requirements to register.

There are four levels to this qualification:

Strategic Level
Management Level
Operational Level
Certificate Level
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  • milescpareview
    milescpareview Registered Posts: 19
    You can become an accountant by pursuing relevant courses and degrees with colleges. Gain a good understanding of numbers and how you account for them in business. You can enhance your knowledge by signing up for professional courses like CPA or ACCA which gives you a broader horizon of scope and international recognition. Keeping yourself competent by updating relevant accounting changes and innovations will further make you a cool and future-ready accountant!
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