Association Of Accounting Technicians (AAT)


Accounting Technicians work in accounting and finance alongside chartered accountants, in a wide range of jobs from accounts clerks to credit control officers to financial managers. Accounting Technicians work in all sectors of the economy; they work in industry and commerce, accountancy practices and the public and voluntary sectors. Some are self-employed, offering their services to the general public. (


Applicants must have completed secondary education with a minimum of 34 points or 12 points in any of the subjects in the following combinations: English/Maths, or English/Accounts, or Commerce/Maths, or Commerce/Accounts.

AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting – (6 months) Bookkeeping transactions- BTRN Bookkeeping Controls-BKCL Elements of Costing-ELCO
Using Accounting Software -UACS Work Effectively Finance -WEFN , assessed in a SYNOPTIC ASSESSMENT (FSYA)
AAT Level 4 Professional Diploma in Accounting – (12 months) 6 UNITS MANDATORY Advanced Bookkeeping - AVBK Final Accounts Preparation-FAPR Management Accounting: Costing-MMAC
Indirect tax -IDRX Ethics for Accountants-ETFA, assessed in aSYNOPTICASSESSMENT (AVSY )
AAT Level 4 Professional Diploma in Accounting – (12 months) 6 UNITS MANDATORY FPFM - Financial performance BDGT - Budgeting
FSTM - Financial statements ISYS - Internal controls and accounting systems
OPTIONAL – ANY TWO Business Tax-BSTX Credit Management -CDMT
External Auditing-ETAU Cash and Treasury Management- CTRM
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Programme Leader

Mr Ayton Namwaza Banda - Gaborone


Mr Albert Bere - Francistown