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AAT accountancy for 16-19 year olds | Brighton MET

If you want a career in finance, an AAT course at the MET is for you!

Study AAT accountancy at Brighton MET

If you’re interested in becoming a finance professional, the AAT in Accounting and Business will give you many of the skills that employers are looking for. The qualification covers areas such as business-led accountancy skills, business communications, spreadsheet use, double-entry bookkeeping, basic costing principles, sales and general ledgers.

These courses will enable you to understand daily job activities; you will enter the workplace with excellent accountancy knowledge and a professional approach. The business skills units are great for getting to know daily job activities; you’ll enter the workplace with excellent accountancy knowledge and a professional approach. AAT in Accounting and Business will be valuable for entering employment, it will also lay the foundation for further Accountancy training.

Available courses

  • Accounting - Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship

    This apprenticeship will prepare learners for basic roles in accounting and developing competencies that are required to carry out job roles and responsibilities associated with accounts technicians.

    • Course type: Apprenticeships
    • Duration: 1 Year
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  • Accounting - Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship

    This qualification aims to provide learners with the specialist knowledge and skills required for progressing within an accounting or finance role.

    • Course type: Apprenticeships
    • Duration: 1 Year
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Why choose Brighton MET?

At Brighton MET we offer a variety of full-time courses for 16-19 year olds across two campuses. We teach technical and professional skills and provide practical industry-focused experience. This is a great way to study and equips you with the key skills needed to progress into employment or to go on to study at University.

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