Diploma For Accounting Technicians Year 2 Live Virtual classes for Accounting Technicians in conjunction with ATI and LWETB. Learners will have full access to LWETB classes and tutorials live over MS Teams from home supported by the ATI online learning suite with the hope that classroom teaching may also be facilitated when COVID restrictions are lifted. 

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Classes take place each Monday and Wednesday evening from 7pm to 9.45pm commencing on Monday 27th September 2021 Tuition concludes at the end of April and examinations are held in June.

The timetable will be:

Mondays

7-8.15pm Financial Data Management

8.30-9.45pm Advanced Taxation

Wednesdays

7-8.15pm Advanced Financial Accounting
8.30-9.45pm Management Accounting

The Diploma Course is the second-year program for trainee Accounting Technicians.

The Diploma for Accounting Technicians is awarded on successful completion of all subjects in years 1 and 2. Year 2 modules are listed below. It is aligned with Level 6 of the Irish National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in the Republic of Ireland.

In Second Year students study:

  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Advanced Taxation
  • Financial Data Management
  • Management Accounting

The course fee is €900 (4 modules), and cost per module where less than 4 modules taken is €250 per module.


Please Note: A commitment to additional independent study is required.

Entry requirements apply (see ATI website). Students are advised that they need to hold a pass grade in Financial Accounting, Taxation, and one other subject from Year 1 Certificate to progress to Year 2.

Students should also be aware that the course fee covers tuition costs only and that Accounting Technicians Ireland charges its members for registration and examination fees. 

The costs for 2021-22 will be; Registration fee – €TBA, Examination fee per subject – €75, student textbook per subject €65.

Download a prospectus here. For more details visit Accounting Technicians Ireland website at www.AccountingTechniciansIreland.ie