Accounting: Graded Unit 1 (Exam) SCQF Level 7

In place to show you have achieved the principal aims of the HNC Accounting course.

Overview

Why take this course?

This is a mandatory Unit within the HNC/HND Accounting Group Award. For further information please visit the SQA website

Credit points and level: 1 HN credit at SCQF level 7: (8 SCQF credit points at SCQF level 7)

What you will experience

This unit has been designed to provide evidence that you have achieved the following principal aims of the HNC Accounting course:

  • To prepare candidates for progression to further study in accounting or a related discipline
  • To develop and integrate a range of contemporary vocational skills (ie evaluating and interpreting financial data)
  • To enable candidates to integrate financial, costing and management data
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Key facts

Mode of study
Distance Learning
Method of study

This course requires you to manage your workload independently, and will involve attendance at a campus or centre - often for assessment purposes only.

Entry requirements

Candidates should have completed/be in the process of completing the following units relating to these specific aims prior to undertaking this Graded Unit:

F7JV 34: Recording Financial Information
F7JT 34: Preparing Final Accounts
F7JP 34: Using Financial Accounting Software
F7JS 34: Management Accounting Using Information Technology
F7JR 34: Cost Accounting

What you will need

Students are responsible for securing unit resources listed. 

What you need to know

Additional costs

This course involves an additional SQA fee. Please see our Courses Explained page for further information on costs.

Anything else?

You will be required to sit this exam at North East Scotland College in May.

Please note that Fee Waivers or ILA funding may apply.

Next steps

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Availability

This course requires some attendance at College, often for assessment purposes only. Please enquire about expectations for your specific course when booking.

Attendance is usually at the Aberdeen City Campus or Fraserburgh Campus.

Pre-entry guidance is required prior to booking a place on this course. Please contact Brenda Bryce, Distance Learning Co-ordinator by email or on 01346 506014 in the first instance for more information. When submitting your distance learning application form, please ensure you attach the additional information sheet listing qualifications and previous knowledge with your application. You may be required to attend College for assessment. Please check if this is a requirement for your course.

Duration Fees Code
40 Hours over 6 Months £120.00
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Paper applications only

Paper applications

You must submit a paper application form and additional information form for this course and return them to us completed and signed.

Completed forms should be returned to the following freepost address:

The Student Information & Admissions Manager
North East Scotland College
FREEPOST RTJJ-TXBA-AEZS
Aberdeen City Campus
Gallowgate
Aberdeen
Scotland
UK AB25 1BN

Should you have any problems with your application, please contact the Student Advice Centre:

Telephone: 01224 612330
Email: enquiry@nescol.ac.uk

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