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2013 exam success for Anglia Accountancy Training students

As usual Anglia Accountancy Training is proud of the 2013 results with an impressive overall pass rate. 561 exams were taken and 540 passed! That’s a whopping 96% pass rate! The pass rate for each level is:

- Level 1: 91%
- Level 2: 88%
- Level 3: 81%

If you want to develop your accounting career, or develop your staff for increased performance, then talk to us today.

AAT now available in Wisbech and King’s Lynn


Anglia Accountancy training and Peterborough Regional College, the two biggest players in accountancy in the region, have come together, with the support of AAT to meet the needs of students and employers in Wisbech, King’s Lynn, and surrounding areas. Day and evening classes are held at the prestigious Boathouse Business Centre in Wisbech.

If you want to develop your accounting career, or develop your staff for increased performance, then talk to us today.

The AAT releases new syllabus for 2013, and other news

Syllabus news
The new AAT syllabus has some excellent improvements. For the first time, Spreadsheet will be examined at Level 2; the Level 3 qualification has been consolidated; and, Level 4 has an increased range of options. More details are available here

Gold medal performances from Anglia Accountancy Training students

2012 has been a tough year for Anglia Accountancy Training. In addition to bedding in the new QCF qualification, we had to relocate in January. But after much hard work our staff and students have all turned in gold medal performances to be proud of.

We’re pleased to show off our 2012 exams results as it’s been another “Excellent year,” said Managing Partner, Jenny Gidney, “with Anglia Accountancy Training continuing to produce results well above the national average, confirming us as the premier AAT centre in the region”.

Accountancy apprenticeships for King’s Lynn and Wisbech

Apprenticeships are now even more accessible to businesses in the King’s Lynn and Wisbech area following the provision of services in the Boathouse Business Centre in Wisbech. This will help business in recruiting quality apprentices and training them to produce excellent, motivated employees, fit for outstanding organisations.

Anglia Accountancy Training invited to share its secrets of success

Over the years, Anglia Accountancy Training are proud to have maintained a high standard in pass rates. Once more, excellent exam results were obtained at Christmas, a fact that has been endorsed by the AAT!

This year Anglia Accountancy Training tutors and students have been commended by the AAT for achieving high first time success rates at Level 4 for both Financial performance and Financial statements.

As a result, Anglia Accountancy Training have even been asked to share teaching tips and resources on how students have achieved such successful results. These tips and resources will be shared with other training providers at the 2012 AAT conference.

Receiving this approval from the AAT has of course been well received by tutors and staff, who take it as a positive pat on the back for all their hard work and effort. It’s another sign that the Anglia Accountancy training approach is effective, top quality and a winner for students.

Anglia Accountancy Training move to Endeavor House in Peterborough

Anglia Accountancy Training are pleased to announce they have moved to new premises. The move ensures the continuous improvement to facilities and services for students.


Exam results 2011!

We are very pleased to confirm that Anglia Accountancy Training have continued our exam success with the new QCF qualification using the Computer Based Assessments.


Apprenticeships: the snakes and ladders effect!

Anglia Accountancy Training are pleased to be able to offer Apprenticeships to all students. But like a game of snakes and ladders, the climb to the top may come with a few challenges along the way.

For most of the last 15 years Anglia Accountancy Training have been able to offer Apprenticeships to all its students under the age of 25. Anglia Accountancy Training is now potentially able to extend this service to all students irrespective of age. (Although we are waiting for final confirmation of this). We hope to offer all our courses to all our students via the apprenticeship program. This will mean that if your staff are accepted onto a programme we will be able to reduce our charges by up to 75% and 50% in most cases.

Joy and sadness at Anglia Accountancy Training

On July 5th 2011 Anglia Accountancy Training held its annual presentations. Presenting the awards this year were Rowena Chamberlain, Account Manager from the AAT Business Development Team and Tania Hayes, Head of Conduct and Compliance at AAT.