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FOR SALE.. LEVEL 2 AND 3 AAT ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING COURSE


SELLING MY AAT COURSE WITH IDEAL SCHOOLS + PBKT OSBOURNE WORK BOOKS!! 

 

Hi! I have been trying to study AAT level 2 accounting and level 3 bookeeping and ethics now for over a year but due to family issues and current work commitments it just isn't possible. I am signed up with Ideal Schools who have been absolutely brilliant and very understanding. I am able to sell the course onto someone else if anyone was interested? 

 

I am selling for £900 ONO for the entire package which includes 3 years of full tutor support, all study material needed which is posted out to you directly, Osbourne revisionwork books for the first level 2 module (PBKT) which I bought seperately and all transfer fees to change details over from me to you including updating to the new 2016 spec. 

 

If anyone is interested in signing up with Ideal Schools please consider me first? Or please recommend to anyone you might know who would be interested? 

 

Sarah - sarahrebeccaamelle@gmail.com 



-- Edited by amelle93 on Thursday 4th of August 2016 10:56:54 AM



-- Edited by amelle93 on Thursday 4th of August 2016 11:00:11 AM



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Hi. Can I be honest? You'll be very lucky to get a fraction of that -

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Hi Sarah
I agree with Johnny that these are somewhat overpriced for a couple of reasons....

1) You are a newbie on the site, if it was from a regular who has posted a lot you may get more as the trust level for the purchaser is greater.

2) As training link have said in your attachment, the course is changing quite considerably from September this year. Plus these are from 2015, not 2016 so will already have some outdated examples in them.

3) You say on here that its level 3 bookkeeping and level 2 accounting, but on your attached message to Ideal it shows as level 2 and 3 bookkeeping - bit confusing as to exactly what you have got so you would need to show what specific modules you have so people understand fully what they are buying.

I understand that you wish to get as much as possible for them, given the amount you have laid out, but I think in all honesty the price would need to be reduced quite considerably.  

Shame you have had to pull out of your studies.



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Oh and I forgot to add - suggest you change your profile to add the PM facility so if anyone is interested they can contact you direct.

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I saw this earlier but didn't want to be cruel and burst Sarah's bubble as its going to be a lot to lose.

Then again, I think that Johgnny is right in taking the brutally honest approach here.

The first thing that occured to me is that whoever buys the course is buying the remaining time so when Sarah purchased the course it must be completed in three years but whoever now buys it only (currently) has two years and its going down all of the time.

I think that the best way not to let the money go to waste is to do the course and the best way to do that is to sit down with an Excel spreadsheet and calculate exactly where you can find the time from to do it.... Trust me, I know that you are worrying about the time commitment but you could find the time if you put your mind to it as many here who are single parents holding down day jobs have done.

Sorry, I really don't like to say this but its really not doing you any favours to leave you believing that the sort of level that you are looking for is achievable.

As Johnny indicates you are really looking at a fraction of that and if you go for that sort of reduction the £200 just becomes throwing good money after bad.

My advice. Do the course and post on here lots as you go through it as we'll keep you motivated.

Sorry,

Shaun.





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Agree that it might be good to keep trying.



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Sorry guys should have made my ad more clear. The osbourne books are only PBKT so from information I've been told they should be okay but I haven't looked into it myself so not 100% sure. The course will start again from the beginning once transfered over so will have the full 3 years study time. The course transfer fees cover all admin and changing over to the new 2016 spec so will be like someone signing up brand new. I will change the details on the advert to show this . Thanks for the help guys.

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Thank you for the help but it is not possible for me to continue my studies, I have tried since October to continue through my current circumstances but it just isn't possible. 



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