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This qualification has been designed primarily for those who wish to work as Accounting Technicians. The aim of the qualification is to provide the knowledge, skills and workplace competencies required of accounting professionals in the workplace.
To be awarded the Diploma in Accounting Technicians Ireland qualification, you must enrol and complete successfully 8 modules over 2 years. Each module is a College based 2 hour class. In addition to attending class sessions, you will also be required to complete up to 6 hours of individual home study each week.
Year 1 will be studied over 2 evenings or 1 full day per week. Upon successful completion of year 1 modules you will be awarded a Level 4 qualification of a Certificate in Accounting Technicians Ireland.
Year 2 is offered as a 1 day programme where you will complete four modules.
*Subject to timetable change*
Progression to year 2 is subject to students completing 2 practical and 1 theoretical module.
Please note the provision of a year two class is based on a minimum number of enrolments. If the minimum number of enrolments for year 2 is not met, we may suggest transfer to another campus.
In addition to achieving the 8 modules to complete the qualification, Accounting Technicians Ireland ask that you can demonstrate that you have 2 years relevant work experience, which they will verify.
Teaching is delivered by experienced academic staff who have extensive knowledge of delivering on ATI qualifications and professionals who are currently employed in the accounting profession.
- 1 A-Level or 2 AS-Levels plus GCSE Grades C or above in English and Mathematics (or Accounting).
- For those aged over 21, relevant work experience or a recommendation from your employer is required. Applicants are required to attend for interview at the pre-enrolment advice sessions (PEAS).
- Financial Accounting (must pass before progressing to year 2)
- Taxation (must pass before progressing to year 2)
- Business Management
- Business Law
- Advanced Financial Accounting
- Advanced Taxation
- Management Accounting
- Financial Data Management
2 years part-time
ACCREDITED BYAccounting Technicians Ireland
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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Fees to be paid to SRC
Fees for four modules £453
Licence Fee £40
Total for year one £463
Fees for four modules £528
License Fee £10
Total for year one £ 538
** Note fees are subject to change**
Fees payable Directly to Accounting Technicians Ireland:
1st Year Professional Fees
Registration Fee £170
Course Materials (£55 x 4) £220
Exams (£65 x 4) £260
2nd Year Professional Fees
Annual Student Fee £85
Course Materials (£55 x 4) £220
Exams (£65 x 3) £195
- Financial education assistance is available for eligible students in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
- In NI, student grants are available from your local Student Finance NI office www.studentfinanceni.co.uk.
- Funding may be available from employers.
On successful completion of this course you may work as a fully qualified Accounting Technician or continue your studies and pursue a professional accountancy qualification.
The course is structured to maximise exemptions with leading professional bodies such as our partner, Chartered Accountants Ireland; the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA); the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA); the Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA); and the Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants (IIPA).
HOW TO APPLY
All full-time courses starting in September 2021 are open for applications. Please click on the Apply Now button (top right in the blue box) to begin your application.
If you require any assistance with your application you can call us on 0300 123 1223.
028 3025 9683
IMPORTANT COURSE & DELIVERY STATEMENT
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