Level 3 Diploma in Accounting
The ATHE Level 3 Diploma in Accounting has been designed to develop the essential understanding and skills needed to provide the awareness of the accountancy and tax regulatory environment, the operational requirements for the accounting and finance function and what is expected of a professional accountant.
Level 3 Diploma in Accounting has been designed for learners who wish to develop the skills and knowledge required for roles in junior management. They have also been developed with progression in mind out and unable learners/s to continue to a range of Bachelor’s degrees. The addition of our General Education pathway. If taken in combination with the Level 4 Extended Diploma in Accounting.
|Diploma – Level 3
|Mode of Study
Hybrid Learning (Blended)
|6– 9 Months
|Assignment only (No Exam)
- Identify and interpret accounting information to inform users and make decisions.
- Apply critical thinking skills by identifying and analyzing accounting issues using relevant accounting frameworks.
- Analyze financial and contextual information to make decisions, estimate costs and determine tax implications, audit risk, and engagement procedures.
- Evaluate and mitigate the risk of non-congruent behavior by implementing appropriate internal controls, incentives, and performance measures.
Jobs directly related to your degree:
- Accounts Assistant
- Payroll Manager
- Tax Supervisor
- Commercial Analyst
Successful completion of the Level 3 Diploma in Accounting qualification enables learners’ direct entry into Year 1 of a three-year UK undergraduate programme or pursue Level 4 Extended Diploma in Accounting or another sector.
This programme is accredited by Ofqual Awarding body ATHE
Learners are required to complete 6 units to achieve the 60 credits required to gain the Level 3 Diploma in Accounting.
|Introduction to Accounting
|Introduction to Accounting Principles
|Financial Accounting Applications
|Introduction to Management Accounting
|Introduction to Cost Accounting Techniques
|Ethical, Social and Political Issues in Accounting Practice
* These modules are core and must be passed in order to achieve the award
Assessment is by completing assignments and meeting the criteria for each of the modules. These assignments are meant to demonstrate your achievement of learning objectives. All units within this qualification are internally assessed via exams and jobs, which the awarding organisation externally verifies.
The assignments submitted by learners must achieve the learning outcomes and meet the standards specified by the assessment criteria for the unit. Learners can make pass, merit or distinction grade depending on the quality of assignments and questions attempted. To achieve a merit or distinction grade, the learners must demonstrate that they have met all the criteria set for these grades.