AAT launches Learning Pathways pilot scheme to supercharge your CPD

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AAT has launched an exciting new idea in professional development – CPD Learning Pathways.

Designed to take the hard work out of planning CPD, CPD Learning Pathways help you acquire vital skills and understanding through a series of carefully planned and structured content.

The initiative has started with a trial pathway for FMAATs in one of the most sought-after subject areas – Finance Business Partnering.

AAT aims to use this trial to test and hone the CPD Learning Pathways concept before making it available to the wider membership later in the year.

How Learning Pathways work

Each Learning Pathway includes a syllabus of 10 related modules, which will be released over the coming months to give you paced development. 

Every module delivers a deeper understanding of a crucial element of the subject, and by releasing them over time, they allow you to develop your skills in a manageable, schedule-friendly way.

Finance Business Partnering – for FMAATs

The Finance Business Partnering CPD Learning Pathway is free of charge and exclusive to AAT FMAATs.

Two modules can be accessed right away:

  • Introduction to Finance Business Partnering
  • Connect & Collaborate – relationship-building, influencing and negotiating skills

More will be added as the pathway unfolds.

How to access the pathways

CPD Learning Pathways are being made available through AAT’s new Lifelong Learning Portal.

AAT developed the Lifelong Learning Portal to deliver a modern, personalised platform to support professional learning. It was launched successfully to students last year and is now being introduced to AAT members.

If you are an FMAAT, you will be able to log in to the Lifelong Learning Portal access the new learning pathway resources.

Stay up to date

As new modules become available, we’ll let you know via the AAT News newsletter, so look out for updates on new releases and check the syllabus in the pathway introduction to see what’s to come.

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