Our accounting courses will teach you the skills needed to start a new and exciting career. We deliver Introduction to accounting and AAT foundation intermediate and professional levels.

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Why Choose an Accounting Course?

There are many different reasons someone might want to take an accounting qualification such as:

  • Learn the skills to become a qualified accountant
  • Be ready to start a business
  • Increase earning potential
  • Find it easier to manage your finances
  • Improve decision making skills

Get Qualified

By taking one of our accounting qualifications you will be gaining the skills and a qualification that employers want.

Be Business Ready

Be ready for success if you start your own business as it’s important to understand accounting principles as a business owner even if you hire an accountant.

Increase Earning Potential

The average annual wage for an accountant far above the national average so you are more likely to be paid well by choosing an accounting career.

Manage your Finances

You will find it easier to manage your own finances as you will learn skills such as how to track your expenses and how to work within a budget.

Decision Making Skills

Your decision making skills will improve as you learn to analyse financial documents and make decisions based on your findings.

But Why Learn at ACL?

We know we’re not the only provider with these types of courses in Essex but here’s why we think you should choose us:

We Only Teach Adults

We teach a wide range of ages from 19+ come to learn with us, there is no upper age limit!

Our Courses Could Be Free

We might be able to help you out with course fees as well as funding support for things such as resources, childcare and IT equipment.

Centres Across Essex

We have centres all across Essex, so wherever you are there will be a centre close to you. There are also lots of opportunities to learn online if you prefer.

Rated "Good" by Ofsted

We have been rated good by Ofsted and are constantly improving so we know that we can give you the best learning experience.

Progression Opportunities

With our wide range of courses from AAT L2 to AAT L4 as well as apprenticeships, there are a range of ways you can progress.

First Class Tutors & Resources

We only hire the best tutors to give you the best learning experience possible. We make sure all our resources are up to date with the latest information and accessible to everyone.

No Experience Needed

You don’t need any experience of AAT to start off on our courses, we will teach you from the very beginning.

Find the Right Level for You

We use pre course assessments to make sure you are enrolled onto the best level based on your current skills.

Very Positive Learner Feedback

We regularly ask our learners for feedback to see what we are doing well and how we can improve, so far we have got some very positive feedback.

Opportunities to Learn Online

If you don’t want to travel to a centre to learn we also have lots of online courses for you to sign up to.

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What is an AAT qualification?

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is one of the key professional membership bodies for the accounting and bookkeeping sector. Each AAT qualification equips you with the knowledge and practical skills required to succeed in the world of finance and business.

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