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Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) – Members’ Assembly 

AAT is forming a new Members’ Assembly to provide a voice for the wider AAT membership and provide feedback to Council on policy issues and matters of wider concern affecting the membership as a whole.

Who do we want?

We are looking for volunteers to represent the full diversity of AAT’s members across all business sectors and who will be representative of the wide array of experience, expertise and engagement with AAT’s activities, so whether you have only recently taken up AAT membership, been a member for many years or perhaps have only just embarked on your journey by recently starting your studies with us, we would be interested in hearing from you.

What will being on the Members’ Assembly entail?

The Members Assembly is a new forum developed as part of the recent changes to AAT’s wider governance framework, it will meet twice a year and be hosted by a member of Council. The meetings will be held in London and in other cities across the UK in recognition of the geographical spread of the membership. 

Members of this new forum will be provided with the chance to:

  • consider, debate and provide feedback to Council on public policy issues and wider sector and membership concerns provide feedback on AAT’s progress against business plan objectives
  • provide a voice for the wider membership.

Register your interest

If you are interested in joining the new Members’ Assembly then please complete the expression of interest form here.

The window for applications will close on Friday 21 December 2018. All applications will be considered to enable us to establish the breadth of representation we are looking for from our diverse membership and we will advise you whether you have been selected in January 2019. The first meeting of the Members’ Assembly is scheduled for 20 March 2019.

If you have any questions or encounter problems when completing the form please contact nina.unger@aat.org.uk 

Source: AAT News

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