ATT training

ATT trainees may be either Graduate or A Level (or equivalent) entrants.

We require ATT trainees to have 8 GCSEs or equivalent, including Grade A in Maths and English and 3 A Levels Grade A-C or equivalent (min 300 UCAS points). Graduate entrants should also have a 2:1 Degree or equivalent.

ATT Qualifications

Once registered with the ATT (Association of Taxation Technicians), trainees follow a programme which combines block classroom tuition with home study.

  • You will be tested under exam conditions after each phase.
  • These exams are marked by our training provider and returned with constructive comments, plus a statistical analysis of performance compared with other students.
  • Trainees will attend courses, which cover the breadth of the syllabus and the key topics of study, plus a revision course immediately prior to the examinations.
  • We provide a comprehensive study support package to help you achieve full qualification.

 

Over a period of 2 years, trainees are expected to achieve the ATT qualification and gain from the practical work experience and in-house training they also receive.

For more information about the qualification, visit the Association of Tax Technicians website.

For more information about the latest vacancies, visit the Menzies LLP recruitment portal or submit a recruitment enquiry form via our contact section.

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