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) Introduction to Bookkeeping- ITBK Principles of Costing-PCTN
Principles of Bookkeeping Controls-POBC The Business Environment -BESY-Synoptic Assessment
AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting – Level 3 (6 Months) Financial Accounting: Preparing Financial Statements (FAPS) Tax Processes for Businesses (TPFB)
Management Accounting Techniques -(MATS) Business Awareness(BUAW)
AAT Level 4 Diploma in Professional Accounting –(12 months) Drafting and Interpreting of Financial Statements (DAIF) Internal Accounting Systems and Controls (INAC)
Applied Management Accounting (AMAC) •Audit and Assurance- (AUDT)

Cash and Financeial Management- (CSFT) • Credit and Debt Management -(CRDM)


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Programme Leader

Mr Ayton Namwaza Banda - Gaborone


Mr Albert Bere - Francistown