AAT Courses: Live Online – Level 3 Bookkeeping

AAT Courses: Live Online – Level 3 Bookkeeping

Embark on a journey with Distance Learning – Live Online, where we grant you the pathway to hone your abilities, secure a bookkeeping credential to further your current profession, or embark on a fresh career trajectory, all through our virtual bookkeeping lessons.

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Why Choose Us?


What defines AAT Distance Learning Plus – Live Online courses?

Distance Learning Plus – Live Online amalgamates the perks often associated with in-person courses with the liberty of home-based learning, saving you both time and money spent on commuting. All you require is a computer or device geared with a video-conferencing enabled webcam, and you’re all set to enter your virtual classroom on schedule.

Opt from a range of scheduling options: daytime, evening, or weekend virtual sessions. Seek real-time guidance from our tutors during sessions. Should you skip a lesson or wish to revisit, our recorded lectures will always be at your disposal. We advocate this approach as the most beneficial and holistic educational method.

Who stands to benefit?

Distance Learning Plus – Live Online caters to those who favour the interactive classroom experience, with live tutor guidance, but without the geographical constraints – all you need is an internet connection.

Revamp and elevate your professional profile with skills and credentials that employers hold in high esteem.

What’s in store?

In an era of hybrid work models, diminishing daily commutes, and prevalent online tools, many of us have found pockets of time that can be channeled into personal growth.

Our Distance Learning Plus – Live Online digital classrooms are designed to replicate many of the benefits of in-person sessions, led by our proficient tutors, accessible to you wherever you are.

Take this as a sign to delve deeper into your academic pursuits, setting the stage for a career leap up.

Key Features

The Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping covers the following:

  • The preparation of information required to prepare a final set of accounts for sole-traders and partnerships
  • Indirect tax returns
  • Payroll

Who’s it suitable for?

This level will be completed by students with previous study specific to accounting. If you begin studying for your AAT qualification from Level 3 you will be expected to demonstrate an aptitude for the main areas covered within the Certificate in Accounting level bookkeeping modules.

We would expect this qualification to take five months to complete for most students or three months on a fast-track basis.


There are assessments which you will sit at our AAT accredited exam centre.

  • Tax Processes for Businesses
  • Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements

Our virtual classrooms include

Interactive Classes
This gives students the ability to ask questions in real time or make comments and chat with their peers.

Timetabled Tutorials
All our classes are scheduled in advance so you get the benefits of a traditional classroom setting, in the privacy of your own home.

What if I miss the Live Class?
We give all our students a flexi pass which enables them to switch between day, evening and weekend classes. If you miss all of these, then there is still nothing to worry about, as our Live classes are recorded, so you can always catch up later in your own time.

Course Modules

Tax Processes for Businesses

  • Understanding VAT regulations
  • Understanding VAT schemes for new business start-ups and smaller businesses
  • Completing VAT returns accurately and on time
  • Overseas Aspects of VAT
  • Understanding VAT penalties and adjusting for previous errors
  • Communicating VAT information
  • Understanding and Operating Payroll for Businesses

Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements

  • Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping
  • Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets
  • Accounting for year end accounting adjustments including accruals, prepayments, depreciation, bad debts and stock accounting
  • Preparing an extended trial balance
  • Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts
  • Preparing accounting records from incomplete information
  • Producing final accounts for sole traders
  • Understanding partnerships’ legislative and accounting requirements
  • Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account
  • Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership
  • Preparing and Interpreting Financial Ratios
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