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Site maintenance, Tuesday 30 September - Wednesday 1 October

We’re carrying out some maintenance work on the AAT discussion forums (forums.aat.org.uk) on Tuesday 30 September 2014, and this is now likely to run into Wednesday 1 October. What this means for you:

- You will still be able to search the site and access all threads as normal.
- New users won’t be able to register for an account.
- You won’t be able to post new threads or reply to existing threads.
- This will have no effect on the AAT website (aat.org.uk).

You should be able to post to the forums as normal (and new users should be able to register) by the evening of Wednesday 1 October.

Apologies for the inconvenience in the meantime, and thanks for your patience.

Stuart Waterman
AAT Online Community Manager
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  • Fraud Risk Matrix

    Can anyone explain what a fraud risk matrix is please?<BR><BR>I've looked on my planning checklist for my Techician project and it says I need to include one.<BR><BR>Cheers!

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    Fraud Risk Matrix

    Hi,<BR><BR>I've just taken delivery of my Technician pack from FTC and the project check list mentions a matrix has to be completed for each area of the project. I think that this is the same as the IT project matrix in intermediate, which was really a means of cross referencing the different areas to show that you had covered all the criteria and range statements required. I just did a grid in excel showing the criteria number, the range statement, then the page on which the area was covered within the project. This seemed to be what the examiner wanted, so I presume that is what is required in this project as well.<BR><BR>Hope this helps. <BR><BR>Sarah.

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