Jane Towers FMAAT runs her own accountancy practice, NJT Business Solutions, and has been an AAT member for more than 17 years. She explains why she decided to stand for Council last year, and the perks of being where the action is.
Earlier this year, AAT set up a Regional Account Management team to provide local support to employers and training providers. Justin Kyriakou, Regional Account Manager for the North West and Yorkshire, talks about his new role and what it’s like to represent AAT in the community.
Bad news for electrical retailers, Tony Blair taking free labour to the extreme and a macabre discovery in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy all made headlines this week. Steven Perryman guides you through the week’s headlines.
While news channels focus on the successful students, it’s easy to forget that many students don’t get the A-Level results they had hoped for. AAT career coach, Aimee Bateman, shares her experience of the dreaded day, and shows that she is living proof that bad A-Level results are not the end of the world.
With graduate unemployment rates at a high and the average university student debt rising to £45,000, vocational education and apprenticeships are becoming more attractive options for school and college leavers. Lancashire accounting apprentice and AAT student, Lisa Whiteside, talks about why choosing an apprenticeship was the best decision she made.
A year ago AAT established a relationship with Islington Academy with a view to setting up an apprentice scheme. One year on and the apprentices are going from strength to strength. Olivia Hill, AAT’s Head of HR, explains all .