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.
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.