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Jaye Snell - AAT Student with Accountancy Learning

Their understanding and flexibility has been brilliant

What prompted me to get started with my AAT studies?

Twelve years ago, I passed up the opportunity to undertake my AAT qualification, due to a lack of confidence after a less than favourable time during Secondary school. I was approaching my 30th birthday and felt that it was time to finally make up for the missed opportunity and work towards my ultimate goal of one day working for myself in the capacity of a bookkeeper. I enrolled on the Level 2 Certificate in February 2015, after being so pleased to find Accountancy Learning on my doorstep. Their courses meant that I could study from home in my own time, fitting the qualification around working and managing my M.E, and not have far to travel to take my exams. Their understanding and full flexibility has been brilliant, so much so that it is now January 2017 and I am very proud to have achieved the Level 3 Diploma, eligibility to apply for the new AATQB (qualified bookkeeper status), and the dream of working for myself is firmly within my grasp; all of which would not have been possible without the help and support from all at Accountancy Learning.

I have found the learning materials second to none. The use of the Moodle platform helped with setting learning goals and retaining course information, coupled with practice papers to test, and prepare you for the exams, which were so helpful. All the staff at Accountancy Learning are extremely friendly, efficient, and really want to see you succeed.  Booking exams was a breeze with plenty of availability and tutor support was excellent.

Thinking about starting your AAT journey?

Do it! It may seem a scary prospect but if you are willing to put in the hard work and commitment, the elation of receiving that pass mark is a feeling that cannot be matched.