In September 2001, a board structure was set up to simplify the decision-making process. This structure allows AAT to respond more quickly to external changes, and encourages the generation of new ideas.
The boards are accountable to the AAT Council: they implement policy within a set framework, and make decisions on expenditure within the resources that Council allocates.
Responsible for the development of AAT’s business plan and the monitoring of performance against key measures in accordance with the strategic direction and policies as set by Council.
To review on behalf of Council matters concerning accounting, financial reporting and internal control and risk assessment relating to AAT and its subsidiaries.
Nominations and Governance Board
Responsible for the appointment processes for the Vice President, Elected members of Council and Independent members of Council and supporting boards. To advise Council on matters relating to the governance of the Association.
Awarding Organisation Compliance Board
Professional Regulation and Standards Compliance Board
To secure and maintain and develop AAT’s high standards in relation to membership eligibility, professional conduct, ethics and disciplinary procedures.
Provide a voice for wider AAT membership and to provide feedback to Council on policy issues and matters of wider concern affecting the membership as a whole.