AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting (Part-Time)

Course Overview

AAT (The Association of Accounting Technicians) Courses offered give students the opportunity to gain experience and to progress in their accounting careers. Courses consist of three levels. Each level represents a qualification in its own right.

Students receive a certificate for each level achieved. Registration with AAT is required and the cost of this is paid directly to the professional body.

Units include Financial Statements of Limited Companies, Management Accounting: Budgeting, Management Accounting: Decision and Control, plus 2 optional units and a Professional Synoptic assessment which will provide a good breadth of understanding for the new accounting employee or those wishing to enter the accounting environment.

  • Entry Requirements

    National Welsh Baccalaureate and GCSE subject specific qualifications requested. Level 2 Qualification in Accounting.

    Prior achievement of Level 3 or relevant experience/ qualifications is needed to enter this level of study.

  • Career Prospects

    These qualifications are intended for learners over the age of 16 in a wide range of settings but primarily working within an accounting or financial setting. Progression to ACCA or CIMA.

Study Mode

Adult Learning


Neath College

Newtown College

Course Length