AAT Foundation   Essential

Working Effectively in Finance (WEIF)

 

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  • Subscribe to the AAT library and get access to  this course, along with  full access to  the complete AAT syllabus
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OVERVIEW

Course Overview

The Working Effectively in Finance course provides students with an understanding of the finance function and skills to operate effectively within this. Upon completion of this course students will understand:

  1. The roles and responsibilities of the finance function and how to work effectively within this
  2. Financial information, documentation and effective business communication
  3. The basic use of spreadsheets and calculations
  4. How to plan and manage your work and operate within teams
  5. Ethics, sustainability and corporate social responsibility

The course is structured with a combination of interactive lectures & quizzes, exam revision questions and mock exams. 

The Learnsignal guide to passing Working Effectively in Finance:

  • Study with an AAT Approved Training Provider
  • Study the whole syllabus
  • Follow a guided study plan
  • Practice exam style questions
  • Attempt at least one mock exam in full under exam conditions

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⚡️ What you get

  • Guided AAT study plans
  • Subject cheat sheets
  • 24/7 Expert Tutor Support
  • AAT Exam level questions
  • Practice under exam conditions
  • Extensive Exam Preparation Resources
  • Access to full syllabus across all AAT courses

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