Cookies on the Belfast Met website

We use cookies to ensure that you receive the best experience of our website. By continuing to use our website you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more information about cookies and how to manage them, read our Cookie Policy.

Accounting Technicians Ireland Level 5 Diploma for Accounting Technicians (QCF)

Course Code: C4037
Campus: Titanic Quarter
Week Commencing: 10 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
01 Jun 19
Time: 18:00-21:00
Having a recognised accounting qualification demonstrates expertise, experience and knowledge in accounting. Accounting Technicians Ireland provides an accounting qualification that is recognised by industry as one of the leading accounting qualifications in Ireland.


Please apply to this course for entry to the Level 5 Diploma ATI only.


The Level 4 Certificate gives you foundation knowledge of business and accounting (enrol under C4087), while the Level 5 Diploma allows you to build a deeper understanding of more advanced accounting issues. There is also a practical focus on the IT systems that are commonly used in accounting.


Diploma Subjects:
Financial Accounting II
Taxation II
Management Accounting
Integrated Accounting Systems


Career Opportunities / Progression

Progression Route:

Accounting Technicians are qualified accounting professionals that work at all levels of finance. They can work in all types of organisations and are widely employed throughout the public sector, industry and commerce and in private accounting practices.
Many who qualify as Accounting Technicians go on to continue their studies, using their qualification as a stepping stone to eventually becoming professional accountants and members of one of the other accounting bodies, opening them up to greater opportunities for careers in accountancy.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements for Students over 21 years of age:
If you are 21 years of age or older you can apply to enrol as a student on the basis of your age and experience rather than on your educational background. This is often helpful to people who want to return to work after an absence.

Entry Requirements for Students under 21 years of age
:
Students from Northern Ireland must meet one of the following criteria:

• 1 A Level or 2 AS Levels with grades in English and at least one subject from Mathematics or Accountancy not lower than grade C at GCSE level.
• BTEC National Diploma or Advanced GNVQ or equivalent.
As the number of places available in all classes will be limited, places will be allocated based on date of application.

Students from the Republic of Ireland must meet one of the following criteria:
• Leaving Certificate with five passes on Ordinary Level papers. (Passes to include English and either Mathematics or Accountancy).
• Leaving Certificate with four passes of which at least two are on Higher Level papers. (Passes to include English and either Mathematics or Accountancy).
• A fully completed relevant FETAC Level 5 qualification.
• Students who are sitting the Applied Leaving Certificate should contact the Registrar ([email protected]) directly for advice on whether they are eligible.

To commence this second year of study, students must have successfully completed (or be exempt from) at least three first year (level 4) subjects. These must include both Financial Accounting and Taxation.

As the number of places available in all classes will be limited, places will be allocated based on date of application.

Cost

Tuition Fee

£630.00

1 Module Fee

£195.00

2 Modules Fee

£340.00

3 Modules Fee

£485.00

Additional fees payable to ATI

All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.

Other Information

Tuition for all subjects will be offered (subject to minimum enrolment numbers) as part time day release and evening classes attending weekly from September to May.


Assessment Method:


Assessment of the ATI Diploma is by external exams arranged by students directly with ATI. BMC offer a linear programme of study and prepare students for the May exam sitting each year.


Contact Information

For further information please contact [email protected] or phone 028 9026 5144