Fareham College offers a the following range of Higher Education courses to assist you in developing and expanding your skills and knowledge in Business and Accounting. The College may run multiple dates per course. Dates are added regularly, so please visit again or call if you are interested.
Start date: 05.09.2017 | Day of week: Tues | Time: 10.00-17.00
Start date: 05.09.2017 | Day of week: Tues | Time: 14.00-21.00
- Duration: One year
- Requirements: For this course you will either need to have successfully completed the Level 3 Accountancy qualification or be able to demonstrate significant experience of accounting in a professional capacity.
- Details: This course covers a wide range of aspects of accountancy, including core accounting documentation, trial balances and presenting accounts. Please note that course fees do not include the membership fee to the Association of Accounting Technicians. This is a requirement of the course and an additional cost that should be allowed for.
- Content: Level 4 Diploma in Accounting is made up of a number of key areas such as:
■ Management accounting
■ Personal tax
■ Business tax
■ Internal control
■ Systems analysis
- Assessment: You will be assessed throughout the course by both computer-based exams and assignments.
- Progression: This qualification gives you the skills and knowledge to work as an accountant within any number of sectors.
- Considerations: These professional examinations require a high standard of preparation and considerable commitment if success is to be achieved. In addition to the course fees, you will also be required to purchase set books and join the AAT.
- Fees: £2,573
Then the course could be free! You will be eligible if you are an unemployed individual, on a state benefit* and you want to enter employment and need the skills from one of our funded courses to achieve this.
* (Income Support (universal credit), Job Seekers, ESA contribution Based, ESA work related activity group. Includes SFA funded courses only. You must be aged 19-23 on 31 August 2014. You must produce evidence of the benefit in your name when you enrol. Concessions do not apply to higher education courses.
The fee for your chosen course is listed in the individual course sections accessed on this page. It includes the cost of tuition plus the cost of any exam and registration fee charged by the exam board (if applicable).
Some courses may require you to pay extra costs for things such as course books, trips, and specialist equipment or clothing. If your course has any additional costs, you will be notified before enrolment. You can also contact the College on call 01329 815 200 to find out more.
If you have not been resident in the UK, EU or EEA for more than three years before the start of your course (excluding any time spent in full-time education), different course fees may apply to you – please call 01329 815 200 to find out more.
You will need to complete an Employer Authorisation form, and return to the Enrolments team, and your employer will be invoiced accordingly.
You can pay by cash, cheque, credit or debit card. And for courses over £500 we offer a payment by instalment service to help spread the cost of your course. A £250 minimum deposit is required if you choose to pay by instalments. Please contact the College for more information.
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01329 815 200.
Please note, Part Time course fees are annualised and, unless otherwise stated, apply to each year of your course.