Whether you are just starting out on the road to a successful career in accounting, already working in finance, or looking to gain the skills to change career – it is now easier than ever to get qualified with The College of Animal Welfare Business School’s new Accounting and Bookkeeping evening courses awarded by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)!
Starting this September, the programmes are set to help those throughout the Cambridgeshire region to enhance their employment prospects, boost their earning potential and gain that all-elusive professional status – all around a busy schedule!
Academic Manager and Course Lecturer, Melanie Young, said “The expansion of our AAT evening courses mark a period of growth for the Business School. The majority of our learners are mature students; fitting study around work and family responsibilities can be challenging”. She added “We hope that the evening courses will bring new learning opportunities for those in the local community looking to gain new skills and recognised qualifications”.
The AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping will run on Monday evenings, and the AAT Level 3 Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping and AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting will run on Tuesday evenings; all are held from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
Flexible study options provided by the College mean you can study AAT, not only, in the evening, but also on a half-day release basis (9.15am-1pm) during the week at levels 2, 3 and 4. For more information, or to enrol for courses starting in September, visit http://business.caw.ac.uk/aat
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For more information please contact:
Alison German RVN
The College of Animal Welfare/CAW Business School
Tel: 01480 422060
Notes to editors:
CAW Business School, based in Godmanchester, was set up by The College of Animal Welfare in 2012 to offer business and accountancy programmes to those throughout the Eastern region and beyond.
For more information about CAW Business School please visit business.caw.ac.uk