Mark Farrar, AAT Chief Executive, responds to the latest new apprenticeship figures.
AAT is calling on its members to submit entries for the AAT Professional Member Awards 2018, recognising and celebrating success across AAT membership.
Dean Houlahan has become the latest Chelsea FC Foundation participant to gain his AAT Introductory Award in Accounting, the hundredth to achieve it.
An AAT survey published today reveals one in two students leaving secondary education in 2018 do not feel they receive enough careers advice.
AAT CEO Mark Farrar and other accounting body chiefs are supporting the recommendations of the FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.
How are more companies going to engage with apprenticeships for the benefit of their own organisation and for social mobility in the UK?
"A kid in a school, without preparation, becomes a kid in an office. Apprenticeships can literally change the lives of young people and give them work-ready skills."
Pete Ward, Operations Manager, Leadership Through Sport & Business
On Thursday 12 October 2017, AAT invited a group of stakeholders, across a number of different industries, to a breakfast roundtable event to discuss how businesses of all sizes could improve engagement with apprenticeship schemes in order to help social mobility in the UK.
AAT has celebrated the achievements of individuals studying qualifications in Botswana who have reached landmarks in their career this year.
AAT responds to the government's freezing of tuition fees.
The Finance Bill 2017-19, set to become the Finance Act 2018, had its second reading in Parliament yesterday. The Bill is providing further clarity and detail around Making Tax Digital (MTD) reporting, set to impact on businesses with a turnover greater than the VAT threshold initially for VAT purposes only from 2019, before businesses are asked to keep digital records for other taxes from 2020 onwards.