6 reasons to attend the accelerAATe Student Conference: 26–28 January

Join us for the first-ever online AAT Student Conference exclusively for AAT students. The conference is free to attend and over three days we’ll be giving you study tips, assessment tips and career support to help you build a successful career in accounting.  

1. Get assessment-ready

Ensure you’re fully prepared to tackle your assessments with confidence.  In this action-packed session, we’ll cover sample papers, the differences between physical assessments and remotely invigilated assessments, exam techniques, what not to do in an exam plus tips to help you cope with stress and anxiety.

2. Discover where your qualification can take you

Hear from past AAT students on where their qualification took them, including Sarah Beale, our new Chief Executive. Sarah will discuss how her qualification helped her to progress in her career. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions to our panel who all have very different careers, but all have one thing in common – they’ve all studied AAT. This session is sponsored by The Skills Network.  

3. Study support tips

Are you making the most of the AAT support resources available to you? In this session, Andrew Taras, who completed AAT Levels 1–4 via distance learning will discuss his top tips to help you on your way to a rewarding career in accountancy. During this session we’ll cover resources available in the Learning Portal, planning your study time effectively, how to plan your study time and much more.

accelerAATe with our new online student conference

Join us on the 26-28 January 2022 for the first ever AAT Student Conference where we’ll provide you with all the drive and motivation you need to tackle your studies and assessments with confidence.

Register your interest

4. Updates on your qualification

In September 2022, we’ll be launching our new suite of AAT qualifications – Qualifications 2022 (Q2022). This session will highlight how Q2022 may affect you and will cover the differences between AQ2016 and Q2022, qualification structures and what your next steps might look like.

5. Discover how you can stand out from the pack

Our industry experts will provide you with an in-depth look at what the recruitment process looks like. During this session some of the things you’ll learn includes the types of accountancy roles available at different levels, CV writing skills, interview techniques and those all important skills employers are looking for.

6. Be career ready 

What skills do you need to build and maintain a successful career? The final webinar of the week will focus on the skills you need to be focusing on outside of your studies. In this session we’ll be discussing excel skills, communication skills, report writing and the importance of networking. 

accelerAATe with our new online student conference

Join us on the 26-28 January 2022 for the first ever AAT Student Conference where we’ll provide you with all the drive and motivation you need to tackle your studies and assessments with confidence.

Register your interest

Whether you’re looking for study tips, need advice from past AAT students or are preparing for your future career, there are plenty of sessions to help you strengthen your skills and boost your knowledge. We hope to see you, between 26–28 January, where we’ll be giving you all you need to build a successful career in accounting.  

Hannah Dolan is AAT Comment’s Content Editor.

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