The best training programmes often strike a balance between e-learning and face-to-face, classroom-based learning. Both approaches come with their own sets of pros and cons. The trick is to blend them, capitalising on the strengths of each, which results in a more efficient and impactful learning experience.
McArthur Morgan’s Campus-Plus is precisely this type of learning approach for your AAT studies. We’ve mixed the best of both worlds by pairing online educational resources and the chance to interact virtually with the tried-and-tested methods of traditional classroom learning. This offers a comprehensive and dynamic course for the AAT Levels 2 and 3, that’s sure to set you on the path to accounting success.
What is Campus-Plus?
You will gain access to the distance learning element via our online learning platform, allowing you to receive help from tutors and your fellow students.
You will also attend our “brick-and-mortar” campus at the University of Law in central London, with a teacher present for both face-to-face classroom in-person lessons, as well as one-to-one tutorials with your tutor.
This allows you to benefit from the sense of cohesion and support that a physical classroom naturally provides, providing a sense of community and support.
Who’s it for?
This is the perfect option if you want the flexibility of distance learning to fit around your life or to learn at your own pace, but also need the structure and support of a face-to-face classroom environment, so that you can feel supported and be successful in your studies. This means that you can get the best of both worlds; face-to-face teaching and digital learning.
Initial e-learning can better prepare learners for the classroom experience. Classroom time is reserved for more meaningful exercises, getting you better equipped for the real exam itself.
Now is a good time to prepare and improve your CV with the skills and qualifications valued by potential employers.
AAT Level 2 & Level 3 Combined Accounting Course
Our new combined super fast-track AAT Level 2 & Level 3 Accounting Course covers the following:
Double entry bookkeeping to initial trial balance stage and includes sales ledger and purchase ledger
An introduction to management accounting
Computerised accounting (i.e SAGE)
Working effectively in accountancy & finance
The preparation of information required to prepare a final set of accounts for sole-traders and partnerships
Further progression into management accounting with analysis and reporting of current and future costs
Indirect tax returns
Who’s it suitable for?
This combined super fast-track course is suitable for the following:
The first level of the qualification is for suited for people with limited or no accounts knowledge
Unqualified accounting staff who want to enhance their foundation knowledge and skills
Employers looking to up-skill their staff
People looking to change their careers
There are assessments or the Level 2 – Certificate in Accounting, which you will sit at our AAT accredited exam centre.
Introduction to Bookkeeping
Principles of Bookkeeping Controls
Principles of Costing Techniques
The Business Environment Synoptic
There are also assessments for the Level 3 – Diploma in Accounting, which you will sit at our AAT accredited exam centre.
Need a more flexible start date? or you've missed the start date of the course you're interested in taking?
Don't worry - get in contact with us and see if we can get you onto the course anyway. We know that life happens and it means we need to be flexible. We can help students get their preferred course and catch up - maybe even helping with extra tutor sessions. Get in touch.
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