Warren Allen, President of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) stated that it’s a unique experience where AAT Sri Lanka has taken a step to groom its technicians and graduate them within, by a Business School. He further said that he is closely observing the developments of AAT Sri Lanka Business School so that other AAT bodies such as AAT UK, Australia, and Hong Kong could follow if the concept succeeds.
Today, the AAT Business School, a strategic business unit operating under the Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka, with the goal of broadening the career pathway of AAT Students, Passed Finalists, Members and other professionals, is committed towards enhancing competencies and recognition of those seeking individual development. Resultantly, a number of unique programmes aimed at developing skills particularly in Management, Information Technology and Communication, have been initiated and successfully carried out over the years. The courses designed and conducted by experts in the respective fields, currently attract those from Government, Private and other corporate sectors.