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AAT vs ACCA Training London

AAT or ACCA- which one is better?

AAT and ACCA credentials are accepted by all UK companies approved by foreign accounting licensing bodies that HMRC recognizes. Deciding whether AAT or ACCA is right for you is not an easy choice.

There are a variety of ACCA training options, from just starting in finance to becoming an expert. Work out what you're planning on doing and what you are doing so you know where you are at. Understand the different stages and what you're doing.

If you complete the Applied Skills requirement, you may overlap with subjects, but there are no limits for the Strategic Technical Requirements, so you will need to pass all the issues before beginning your studies. The strategic professional topics can be completed in any order, so there is no need to take Essentials before Options. We would recommend that you delay studying the Strategic Business Leader (SBL) until later.

On the ACCA tuition provider website, you'll find more information about the Paper Dependent Exams (PBEs) dates booked directly with AAT or ACCA tuition providers. You should take the External Ethics, Ethics and Professional Skills exam before taking any Strategic Professional exams.



Accounting Work positions availability

AAT is suitable for those seeking a job in the accounting field in the UK. Once you complete AAT level 2, you will apply to account jobs in the UK at entry-level. In most cases, companies tend to prefer AAT students to ACCA students for entry-level accounting work. Completing AAT level 2 at Future Connect Training takes about 6-7 months. Once you have completed AAT level 2, you can apply for the following accounting roles.

  • Bookkeeper position
  • Assistant Bookkeeper Role
  • Purchase Ledge Clerk position
  • Sales Ledger Clerk position
  • Assistant Accountant role

Work positions that qualify for ACCA membership include,

  • Senior Accountant
  • Auditor

AAT or ACCA Entry Requirements:

In either AAT or ACCA, there are no strict training requirements. AAT is recommended as an entry-level certification.

  • School dropouts
  • People wanting to change their careers
  • People with no or only limited experience in accounting

Entrance requirements for ACCA:

  • 2 GCE / VCE A level passes (grades A-E) PLUS 3 GCSE / GCE Vocational GCSE / GCE O Level passes (grades 1-6 / A-C) (in five separate subjects, including Maths & English).

Commitments to study:

It's also important to consider how much time you want to devote to studying accounting. The ACCA is a challenging path, whereas the AAT is more stable and quickly gets you there. If you do not intend to pledge to a long-term thesis or if you have other responsibilities, please do not apply for ACCA since they need investments for long-term analysis.

Experience of work:

When it comes to your first step in your professional accounting career, you might consider your previous work experience by choosing AAT or ACCA. If you have 3-5 years of UK work experience, then ACCA is the best choice. There is another dimension to consider, including the responsibilities we have regarding our families, work, and friends.


Ambition for a future career:

As ACCA and AAT certifications are technical accounting credentials, you can become a qualified accountant once you complete the coursework and gain the required experience. It is more appropriate to study AAT then ACCA if your career plan calls for you to become a professional accountant with less time and fewer resources.

ACCA distance learning can open up doors to great careers and incredible salaries worldwide. ACCA participants can choose from dozens of different positions - nothing is out of their control. It is not necessary to have any formal qualifications to begin the Foundation Stage of the ACCA programme. It is a perfect place to start if you have no accounting qualifications or are employed in finance.

In contrast to a classroom course, ACCA Distance Learning provides you with greater flexibility, and it is easier. If you complete the course, you will qualify as a chartered accountant with the respected ACCA accreditation and globally accredited certification.

Exemption from and previous job experience:

In the UK, students who have degrees in accounting or have been exposed to listed companies abroad may qualify for an exemption from the ACCA examination. Graduates of UK accounting may also be disqualified from AAT levels 2 and 3.

We are happy to provide tips and information on applying for AAT exemptions, so don't hesitate to contact us at 02037908674 to speak with one of our ACCA or AAT course advisers.

Conclusions:

To become a professional accountant, you need to evaluate your circumstances and set your career goals before taking an ACCA or AAT exam. If you don't have any prior accounting background, it may be advisable to begin with AAT and then move on to ACCA.

You will have the opportunity to be exempt from ACCA if you hold the AAT qualifications.

AAT is a more specific, in-depth and practical qualification, while ACCA is perhaps the most prestigious and recognized overall. Contact us today to achieve your ideal profession and earn the best accounting credentials in the industry.



Why do you need to choose Future Connect Training & How to contact us?

We are one of the best ACCA tuition providers in the UK. In addition to being certified trainers, we are approved by AAT. We support our students by offering CV and mock interview assistance, as well as career counselling. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us by two means. The following are options:

  • Get more in-depth information about the AAT accounting courses by calling 02037908674 and booking your free consultation.
  • f not, drop us a line at info@fctraining.org to learn more about the appropriate AAT tests and qualifications.

Training and coaching are provided by highly skilled, highly talented and knowledgeable trainers. Coaching is provided by outstanding accounting coaches whose expertise is extensive.