In order to save you time and money, we’ve created two bundles that will allow you to move swiftly from one AAT level to the next without any interruption:
When you sign up for one of our combined courses, you'll move swiftly and easily from one level to the next, meaning you can achieve your professional goals as quickly as possible. As soon as you've completed one level, we’ll release the materials for the next on your online Student Community without you having to enrol again.
They’re cheaper than taking the courses individually too, so they save you both time and money!
The combined courses are ideal if you're looking to:
*Based on 1,280 exam sittings and 1,215 passes by ICS Learn AAT students between July 2015 and June 2016.
Signing up for a combined course is the same as signing up for any other course. Have a look at the information on the course page, then contact our expert AAT course advisors by webchat, email or phone to find out more. When you’re ready to sign up, you’ll enrol with your course advisor over the phone – they’ll talk you through everything clearly and set up your chosen payment method.
We believe in making learning accessible and affordable to everyone, so we offer all our students the opportunity to pay for their course fees in monthly, interest-free instalments. All you have to do to get started on your course is pay a small deposit towards the overall fees on the day you enrol over the phone.
If your employer has agreed to fund your course, we can invoice the company you work for directly. Simply contact our AAT course advisors for more information.
There are no set start dates on any of our courses which means you can enrol on a course any day you like and get started studying straight away. This means you're not studying in a cohort or to a set timetable, where you have to work at a certain pace to meet deadlines. There are no deadlines with us apart from the end of your support period, which we calculate very generously to make sure you have time to complete your course even if you need to take some time away from the books. You can work through the course completely at your own pace.