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Level 2 Bookkeeping Transactions - AAT Level 2 Unit Resource and Revision Guide

Would any of your learners benefit from completing one of our bookkeeping courses? UK and international learners would gain access to our award-winning online learning resources, which have been written by our expert AAT specialist with over 15 years of AAT teaching experience. They have been developed to prepare your learners for recording financial transactions using double entry bookkeeping, reconciling a bank statement to the cash book, journal adjustments and basic costing principles.

Your learners will gain practical accounting and finance skills. Our innovative approach to learning provides them with our easy-to-use EQUAL online platform, which includes:

  • Technical content written with worked examples and illustrations
  • Practical scenarios and activities throughout
  • Short manageable sections to motivate learners
  • Exam-style assessment questions at the end of each section to build confidence and cement understanding.
  • Upon completion of one of our bookkeeping courses, UK and international learners could progress on to study one of our other accounting courses, such as the Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting.


    Unit 1: Bookkeeping transactions

    This unit will introduce your learners to the double-entry bookkeeping system and its associated documents and processes. Your learners will gain an understanding of financial transactions within a bookkeeping system, as well as the processing of customer transactions, supplier transactions and receipts and payments. Your learners will also gain an understanding of processing transactions through the ledgers of the trial balance.

    Key Information

    Course Length 60 hours
    Awarding Body AAT
    Learning Method(s)

    Online learning
    materials with
    online assessment


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