AAT Level 4 TransitionAL Course

Would you like to be one of the first to achieve the AAT Level 4 Q2022 Qualification?

Why not get the best of both worlds (AQ2016 and the Q2022 Syllabus) by choosing our “AAT Level 4 TransitionAL” course option?

With our AAT TransitionalAL course, you don’t need to wait until September to get started. Our TransitionAL course will enable you to enrol on both; the current (AQ2016) Syllabus and the new Syllabus (Q2022) which will arrive in September. You will study some units now on AQ2016, (the ones that you will get exemptions from on the new syllabus) and then continue with the new units on Q2022.

If you change your mind, then don’t worry! You have the option to stay on the AQ2016 Syllabus if you wish to (the AQ2016 Syllabus expires on 30th September 2023) 

Level 4 TransitionAL course outline:
AQ2016 units Q2022 units TransitionAL units
Financial Statements of Limited Companies Drafting and Interpreting Financial Statements Financial Statements of Limited Companies
Management Accounting: Budgeting Applied Management Accounting Management Accounting: Budgeting
Management Accounting: Decision and Control Management Accounting: Decision and Control
The new Management account paper is a “biggie”- covering 120 guided learning hours. The two AQ2016 GLH are 60 and 90 respectively. It is your choice which you prefer – one big one or two smaller ones.
Professional Synoptic (inc Acc Systems & Controls) Internal Accounting Systems and Controls Internal Accounting Systems and Controls

As the optional papers transition on a paper for paper basis, you can choose whether to do them before transitioning to Q22 or afterwards. They can be completed:

  • At the start of your programme (under AQ2016) or
  • Before transitioning (under AQ2016 and before IASC) or
  • After transitioning (under Q22)

A cost factor might the timing of your membership renewal.

Optional Papers:
Business Tax Business Tax Optional Paper 1
Personal Tax Personal Tax Optional Paper 2
External Auditing Audit and Assurance
Cash & Treasury Management Cash & Financial Management
Credit Management Credit and Debt Management

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Support Available and Pricing

We have three different course packages to suit all needs and budgets.

You can choose from:

Studying via our Self-Study EXTRA package means that you will have full access to all of our learning materials. Our resources include Progress Tests, Practice Assessments and Mock Exams, which you will be expected to complete during your course. Don’t panic though, as we will provide you with all the answers so that you can mark your own work.

If you get stuck along the way though e.g. with a topic or study task, the only thing you will not be able to do, is ask a tutor to help you with it! However, the good news is that you can upgrade to a tutor supported package at any time, as needed.

Students enrolled on our Tutor Supported package are assigned with a dedicated personal tutor. Your personal tutor is there to help, guide and coach you during your course, and… you can contact them as many times as you like. Your personal tutor will also contact you on a regular basis to help ensure you keep on track (and nag you if necessary!)

Your personal tutor will also mark and provide feedback on all the Progress Tests and Practice Assessments you submit to them – this is a vital aspect of the course as it will help both you and us determine when you are ready to start sitting your exams.

Tutor Supported PLUS is an ‘all inclusive’ package. So, in addition to the course materials and unlimited tutor support, this package includes all the extra costs, such as AAT admission fees, exam fees and exam invigilation (administration) fees.

On top of that, we have a PASS PLUS GUARANTEE for all our Tutor Supported PLUS students – with our exceptionally high pass rates, it is highly unlikely that you would need to re-sit an exam, but just in case you don’t pass first time, we’ll cover all the costs for you! (Terms and conditions apply.)

Self-Study EXTRA

£ 539 One off Payment
  • Access to all your learning materials
  • Answers given to help mark your work

Self-Study EXTRA

Payment Plan Option
£ 163.95 Followed by 4 monthly payments of £98
  • Access to all your learning materials
  • Answers given to help mark your work

Tutor Supported

£ 989 One off Payment
  • Access to all your learning materials
  • 1:1 Personal Tutor Support

Tutor Supported

Payment Plan Option
£ 173.95 Followed by 8 monthly payments of £104
  • Access to all your learning materials
  • 1:1 Personal Tutor Support

Tutor Supported PLUS

£ 1,872 One off Payment
  • Same as Tutor Supported PLUS...
  • ALL AAT Fees paid upfront

Tutor Supported PLUS

Payment Plan Option
£ 280 Followed by 8 monthly payments of £199
  • Same as Tutor Supported PLUS...
  • ALL AAT Fees paid upfront

Are you an employer looking to enrol a member of staff and would prefer to be invoiced? Please contact us on 01392 435349 or email [email protected] so we can send you an enrolment form.

Other costs to consider...

Please note: If you enrol on the Tutor Supported PLUS, all the below costs are included except the AAT Transition fee. 

AQ2016 Cost: TransitionAL Cost:
AAT Admission fee N/A if you are already registered N/A if you are already registered
AAT Annual Subscription N/A if you are already registered N/A if you are already registered
AAT Transition fee * N/A £100
Exam fees:
Financial Statements of Limited Companies £49 £49
Management Accounting: Budgeting £49 £49
Management Accounting: Decision and Control £49 £49
Membership renewal (This assumes that you won’t complete Level 4 before your subs need renewing.) £105 N/A
Professional Synoptic £56 N/A
Internal Accounting Systems and Controls (Q22) N/A £63
Option Paper 1 £49 £63
Option Paper 2 £49 £63
Spreadsheets for Accounting £49 N/A
Exam admin fees (example):
£40 x 6 or £40 x 6 £240 £240
(actual fee depends on exam centre)
Total external fees £646 £676

* On completion of those papers that transition to Q22, depending on when your annual subscription renewal is due, you can decide whether to remain on AQ2016 or transition to Q22

**Our interest-free payment plan will apply as normal

Note:

The new Q22 syllabus is introduced from 1st September 2022. Anyone registering with the AAT for the first time from that date will be required to complete the Q22 syllabus.

Students registered prior to this date will have until 30th September 2023 to complete their AQ2016 papers. After this date, they must transition to Q22.

Students can transition at any time after 1st September 2022.