How does AAT Level 4 Project work
Self Study Option
Once you complete the payment, then you can access the case study for the project and Network Mapping from the assessments section of your MyAAT Account. The AAT Level 4 Project case study should be available within 1-2 working days. You would also receive a tutorial book by post to help you prepare for the project.
Working on Case Study
Once you download the case study you have 4 months to complete the project. Within this time, you can send the completed project along with the network mapping to the Assessor up to 5 times for feedback by email. When your assessor is happy with the work you have done, then you can submit the project finally through your MyAAT Account. Once submitted, from that point it can take up to 6 weeks to get your result. Please note, there is no tutor support in the self study method. Your assessor may only tell you broadly where you need to make improvements. The assessor doesn’t guide you through the whole process.
Working on Case Study
Once you complete the payment, then you can access the case study for the project and Network Mapping from your MyAAT Account. This should be available within 1-2 working days.
Once you download the case study you have 4 months to complete the project. Within this time, you can send the completed project along with the network mapping to the Assessor up to 5 times for feedback and correction by email.
When your assessor is happy with the work you have done, then you can submit the project finally through your MyAAT Account. Once submitted, from that point it can take up to 6 weeks to get your result for aat level 4 project.
AAT Level 4 Project Case Study
At Osborne Training we strictly use case studies provided from AAT. Once you complete your booking for aat level 4 project, you can access the case study from your myaat account. Previously, we provided case studies such as a to z hire, chic paints ltd. and many more. However, the candidate cannot choose a case study. The assessor will decide which case study to allocate to you.
Internal control and accounting systems project sample
If you require a sample report for aat level 4 project, ask your assessor. The assessor will be more than happy to assist you with that.
Booking AAT ISYS or ICAS Project
Yo can book for the AAT Level 4 ISYS or ICAS Project online and complete payment on the same time.
This course builds on the topics already learned on the AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting. Students learn how to draft financial statements for limited companies, perform complex management accounting tasks and develop management skills. As a part of selection from the optional units, students are offered units for personal taxation, business taxation, external auditing etc. In addition to the taught modules, students will complete a project either based on their own workplace or on a centre-provided case study. A minimum of 90% of attendance is required for this course.
ATT Level 4 Accounting Technician Qualification is the perfect progression route for those who have already completed Levels 2 and 3, or for those at a more advanced stage in their career and want a qualification to gain confidence and prove they have the skills to do the job.
The course covers modules including:
Financial statements: to develop knowledge of regulatory and conceptual frameworks which underpin the preparation of limited company financial statements and apply International Financial Reporting Standards and relevant legislation in the drafting of financial statements of single limited companies and consolidated financial statements and analyse and interpret the financial statements of limited companies using ratio analysis.
Budgeting: allowing students to prepare forecasts of income and expenditure; prepare budgets; assess the impact of internal and external factors on budgets and use budgetary control to improve organisational performance. This will allow students to report budgetary information to management in a clear and appropriate format.
Financial performance: will teach students how to collate and analyse cost information from various sources and use standard costing to analyse performance. Students will learn the appropriate techniques to measure performance and manage costs and monitor and analyse information in order to prepare performance reports for management.
Internal control and accounting systems: this project-based unit is designed to help students understand the role of accounting within the organisation as well as the importance and use of internal control systems. Students are required to conduct an ethical evaluation of accounting systems and make recommendations to improve them.
Students need to complete two additional units which could cover subjects such as:
- Cash Management
- Credit Control
- Personal Tax
- Business Tax
- External Auditing
Progression may be onto further related study and enhanced employment opportunities within this area, with certain exemptions for CIMA and ACCA.
There are six computer based examinations. These examinations will take place at the end of each unit.
Students should have AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting or equivalent.
AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting.
Approximately six to ten hours a week. Independent study by way of homework is an essential and integral part of this course.
Good levels of numeracy and literacy are essential, to a minimum of Level 2.
Although it is not compulsory, it is an advantage to be working or to have worked in an accounting environment.
Fees and Additional Costs
An annual membership fee is paid direct to AAT. These fees are set by the AAT and are subject to yearly changes without notice. Students are also expected to pay exam fees and resit fees, if required. Students are also expected to buy course books/materials. Students are also be expected to pay for any resit examinations.