Articles from AAT

79% of young people overestimate the value of a degree #FutureLeaders

Will future leaders need degrees? It’s official: best learning is ‘on the job’

FOCUS ON SMEs TO BOOST APPRENTICESHIP NUMBERS #NationalApprenticeshipWeek

The apprenticeship picture doesn’t look particularly rosy when reading the National Audit Office’s report into the apprenticeship programme, published to tie in with National Apprenticeship Week.

Training Provider The Skills Network and Accounting Body AAT Launch Joint Venture to Support Managers with Budgeting

Leading distance learning provider The Skills Network has launched a new joint venture with global accounting body AAT (The Association of Accounting Technicians), to support managers within education institutions who have no formal financial training to better manage operational budgets and cash flows.

AAT HOSTS 25 LEADERSHIP THROUGH SPORT AND BUSINESS APPRENTICES IN SPEED-INTERVIEW EVENT

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has welcomed approximately 25 young people and 15 major accountancy employers to its Barbican office for a ‘speed-interview’ event, designed to facilitate potential placements.

Young people going their own way despite pressure from parents and teachers

Young people are showing the confidence to choose what they want to do after school, despite often feeling pushed into applying for university.