Training & Qualifications /
Accountancy / ATT
The ATT qualification prepares you for a successful career in taxation. You need no previous tax experience and you may be eligible for government funding.
Funding your course
ATT/CTA Joint Programme
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Work through key and difficult aspects of the ATT syllabus. Test your understanding as you progress through each topic.
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An online course to help you prepare for the two Computer Based Exams on Professional Responsibilities & Ethics and Law.
The Computer Based Exams need to be completed before you can apply for ATT membership.
You may be eligible for government funding with an ATT Apprenticeship if you are aged 16 to 18, or partial funding if you are older. Terms and conditions apply.
‘The Tax Pathway’, accelerates the student route to joint qualification whilst affording students a much earlier opportunity to specialise.
The Association of Taxation Technicians is a charity and the leading professional body for those providing UK tax compliance services.
The ATT syllabus follows a modular structure, which consists of two core papers and four optional papers, allowing you to specialise in your own area of interest or expertise.
To apply for full ATT membership, you must pass the two core papers, one of the four optional papers and the two e-assessments, plus have two years of practical work experience in UK taxation.
ATT exam sittings are held twice a year in May and November and you should be able to complete the qualification in 12-18 months. You must register with the ATT as a student four months in advance of taking your first exam.
To help you decide how you should begin, there are four recommended pathways to completing the syllabus, so you can start to plan out your studies.
Learn more about the ATT Syllabus