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Read more about the opportunities and routes available through AAT and the Skills Development Scotland apprenticeship schemes. Image Image link… Show title in spotlight box Source: AAT News

Distance learning

Distance learning is an alternative method of study, enabling you and your staff to shape their training around their work schedule. Aside from assessments, all learning can be done from their own home and at their own pace. A flexible path to long-term success The key advantage of distance learning is flexibility and adaptable time […]

How and where to train

AAT training is offered at over 400 AAT Approved training providers across the UK. Tailored training for your staff Wherever you’re based, and however much time your staff can devote to training, we can offer a location and type of course tailored to meet your needs. Your staff can study full-time, part-time, or from home. […]

How skills are assessed

Students’ knowledge and skills are tested through computer based assessments (CBAs) throughout AAT qualifications. They offer great flexibility for students and their employers, as they can be scheduled at any time, with exclusion of the Professional Diploma in Accounting synpotic assessment, which is available at specified dates as communicated by AAT. Computer based tests (CBTs) […]

AAT research reveals employers prefer to hire candidates with apprenticeship experience

Tuesday 14 August 2018 – 09:00 Strong communication skills, punctuality and fitting into a company’s culture are some of the top things employers look for when considering a new hire. And more employers look for practical experience, preferably gained from an apprenticeship, rather than a university degree specifically relevant to the role. In a survey […]

Specific failings and breaches of the MLR

The following are specific breaches or failings that can occur, and action taken where licensed members do not implement any or adequate policies and procedures: Failure to apply appropriate and risk-sensitive customer due diligence measures Failure to apply appropriate and risk-sensitive ongoing monitoring of a business relationship Failure to comply with the requirements on timing […]

How to apply for your Basic Disclosure check

Please apply for your Basic Disclosure check from your relevant body below. Disclosure and Barring Service (England and Wales) Disclosure Scotland (Scotland) AccessNI (Northern Ireland)   Once you have received your certificate, please send the original document along with your licensed member application. Please note that we must receive your certificate within three months of […]

Anti-money laundering (AML) supervision

All AAT licensed members must register for AML supervision. We exercise our supervisory function by conducting practice assurance reviews and providing support to help our licensed members understand the controls and monitoring they must have in place to comply with the current money-laundering regulations in force. AAT is supervised by the Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering […]