AAT has launched a brand new website to help its membership – and the general public – improve its knowledge of ethics. Put your skills to the test with ethical dilemmas and benefit from a host of ethics-related resources.
AAT’s new short courses, AAT Essentials, are designed to provide core accountancy skills to business people not working in finance. They’re now available to AAT training providers.
Aimee Bateman, the AAT career coach, provides more tips for your job searching strategy. Is it OK to chase an employer after you’ve attended an interview?
AAT career coach Aimee Bateman has received some great questions over the past few weeks. Here are her two latest videos, in which she answers four of them.
Have a question about how to make your job applications the best they can be? Ask Aimee – the AAT career coach. She’s going to be answering questions you submit via AAT’s social media channels.
Previous Members’ Weekender attendees explain why it’s worth booking a ticket for 2012′s event in Bristol.
20 February – 26 February is Student Volunteering Week. Volunteering can be a great way to gain the accounting work experience you need while contributing to your local community. Here are some ways to go about getting work experience through volunteering.
ICAEW’s Women in Accountancy 2011 event offered 75 aspiring members of the Association of Chartered Accountancy (ACA) tips on routes into Chartered Accountancy. AAT student Ceris Williams attended, and provides a glimpse of what the event offered.
In the economic downturn, consumers inevitably cut down on spending and find ways to tighten their belts. This often leads to an up-surge in consumers finding new ways to be resourceful. For example, there was a noticeable trend in people taking up ‘crafts’ during the peak of the UK recession. John Lewis reported a 57% [...]