UK Accounting Qualifications for Property Management

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Hi All... I'm just putting this out there.

I've got years of accounting and finance experience. I did AAT to L3 and a few levels of CIMA Certificate (didn't complete) as backup to my experience. My experience and study have thankfully been well enough for my employers, and at my current job, I am actually the most qualified and knowledgeable in accounts than any of my colleagues in our small accounts team.

I currently work in property management and plan to stay with my current employer at the moment. My employer is encouranging all staff to take on property management qualifications, but at my age and with my experience, I really am not keen on learning something completely different to what I've done for most of my life. A property management qualification, to me, is a completely different animal.

However, I am not opposed to further learning, and I would be happy to to brush up on my accounts and offer my employer a staff member with even more accountancy knowledge than I have at the moment, which is what I think they really need (in lieu of being a cookie-cutter property management person like everyone else is encouraged to be). But I know I don't have the time or desire to move through ACCA or CIMA or that level of qualification at this point!

My question is... does anyone know of any other accountancy qualifications or courses, nothing too heavy and about the level of AAT, that might be helpful in my current role in property management? Something that may incorporate property or legal or estate-type information?

Thank you in advance for any suggestions!
 
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Fidget

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Can't think of any accountancy qualifications that specialise in property management but you could try a net search "accounting for property management" or something like that and see what pops up.
 

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