Articles from AAT

AAT ANNOUNCES SHORTLIST FOR TRAINING PROVIDER AWARDS 2016

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) today reveals the shortlist for this year’s Training Provider Awards, which celebrate the achievements of providers and individuals who have demonstrated excellence in the delivery of AAT qualifications.

Scrap the Institute for Apprenticeships, says House of Lords Economics Affairs Committee

Mark Farrar appointed AAT CEO

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has appointed Mark Farrar, former head of construction training provider CITB, as chief executive.Mr Farrar replaces Jane Paul, who retired earlier this year.He said: "AAT is a well renowned and respected body in the education sector and I am delighted to join in such an exciting time for the organisation."AAT recently released research that showed apprentices delivered around £1.8bn of net economic benefits to UK organisations last year.Businesses get an average £2,000 bottom-line boost every time they take on an apprentice, once wage and training costs have been factored in, according to its research report The Value of Apprentices.

Suzie Webb appointed director of education for AAT

Suzie Webb, formerly managing director of the National Extension College, has been appointed as the new director of education for the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).

BUDGET 2018: HAMMOND REVISES APPRENTICESHIP TARGET - BUT SMEs GAIN FURTHER INCENTIVES

This week’s Budget reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to apprenticeships – even if Chancellor Philip Hammond has effectively confirmed that the initial three million starts target by 2020 was dead in the water.

Sky-high fees means the Government needs to act fast – or many students will fail to pay off their loans

Theresa May’s calls for a review on the cost of higher education comes not a moment too soon. University provides many people with a great start in life, but there’s no doubt that the current levels of debt some graduates are finding themselves in are quite onerous, and in many cases, they will never be paid back in full before they are written off.

Don’t just consider a degree as the only successful route into the workplace

We’re only days into 2018 but already a huge deadline is upon us those intending to leave school and college following the completion of their summer exams.

Autumn Budget 2017: the Apprenticeship Levy doesn’t go far enough

The Autumn Budget is scheduled to take place in November; the first Autumn Budget held since 1996. Ahead of this, AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has written to Chancellor Phillip Hammond setting out a series of recommendations, including an expansion of the existing apprenticeship levy, with the money raised from it able to be spent on a wider range of training.

The Apprenticeship Levy: Helping to fulfil the needs of employers

As the Government has recently highlighted, apprenticeships work. According to Skills Minister Robert Halfon, over 90% of apprentices currently go into work or further training. It’s therefore no surprise that more are desired, and, with the introduction of the new Apprenticeship Levy, more should be delivered.

The new Government and the tax landscape we can look forward to

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