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AAT to offer fast track CA route

Accounting technicians will be able to become chartered accountants in just two years with the launch of a new joint scheme this month.

Link: The Debate: Accountancy qualifications

The Association of Accounting Technicians and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy have teamed up to launch the new fast track route

It will enable an AAT member to qualify as a CIPFA accountant in just two years, thanks to substantial exemptions from the CIPFA Professional Qualification.

AAT members can transfer 200 days work experience required for CIPFA from their experience gained during AAT training.

The AAT Fast Track Module will be launched at a champagne reception held at the CIPFA Annual Conference in Brighton on 16 June 2004.

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