Internal Contro in Accounting System

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Internal control and accounting systemsFor use in the AAT Accounting Qualification | R2271 Cookridge Carpets | Assessment book | Time allowed: Four months Note: Your report must be written/typed, completed and submitted for formal assessment within four months. You will have four more opportunities to submit further supporting evidence at the discretion of your assessor. Please discuss this with your assessor. AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting | QCF qual ref | SCQF qual ref | QCF unit ref | SCQF unit ref | Internal control and accounting systems | 500/8323/5 | R079 04 | | | * Principles of internal control | | | D/600/4960 | U395 04 | * Evaluating accounting systems | | | H/600/4961 | U396 04 | Assessment…show more content…
1.5 Candidate conduct for invigilated assessments Candidates must: 1.5.1 Enter a security code on LearnPlus in order to access the Assessment book. The invigilator will provide the security code at the beginning of the assessment. 1.5.2 Download and save the Assessment book file to their desktop and rename the file as follows: membership number, surname, forename, assessment short code (for example BAI, FNST) and date of assessment. 1.5.3 Upload and submit the completed Assessment book and assessment documents to LearnPlus within the allocated time. It is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure they have uploaded the correct file(s) before removing/deleting all locally saved copies from their desktop at the end of the assessment. Candidates may not: 1.5.4 Ask other candidates or the assessor for help; assessments submissions must be the candidate’s own unaided work. 1.5.5 Refer to reference materials or use any electronic device other than a standard non-programmable calculator. 1.5.6 Remove items from the assessment room including paper allocated for rough work. 1.5.7 Make copies of live assessment materials. To do so is considered misconduct and a breach of AAT assessment rules and regulations (see 1.9.1 and 1.9.2). 1.6 Candidate conduct for non-invigilated assessments 1.6.1 See 1.5.2, 1.5.3, 1.5.7 and 1.5.8. 1.7 Breaks during the
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