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Completed Level 4

Linda450Linda450 New MemberRegistered Posts: 11
I have just completed AAT level 4, yipee!! I am very happy. I wonder about graduation ceremony. Will I have to register full membership MAAT ( least 12 months of work experience and professional ref) so I will have a graduation ceremony? am I right? :-)

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  • aaron0121aaron0121 Trusted Regular BirminghamRegistered Posts: 422
    Hi Linda,

    Congratulations on passing AAT level 4 :)

    Yes you are right - you will need at least 12 months work experience and also have the letters MAAT after
    your name in order to attend the graduation ceremony. These links provide a bit more information on the
    requirements to attend, https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/services/maatapplication/ and
    https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/content/item2924/.
    AAT

    Level 2 - 2010
    Level 3 - 2011
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA

    F4 - 2015
    F5 - 2015
  • ChelleChelle Well-Known Registered Posts: 163
    Congratulations Linda :001_smile:
  • Linda450Linda450 New Member Registered Posts: 11
    Regarding to registering MAAT, I completed step 1, but not step 2 cos at the moment I have no job. I would need to have job related accounting so I could complete to register MAAT, right? From September I will start looking for a job. I am full time mother to two children.
  • aaron0121aaron0121 Trusted Regular BirminghamRegistered Posts: 422
    Yes, you would need to have accounts based work to become MAAT. If you have worked in accounts previously,
    then you can still write that down as experience - providing that you can give evidence of how long and
    how many hours you worked at the company etc.
    For the time being you can access the affiliate member zone which provides useful resources - these links
    provide a bit more information on affiliate membership, https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/affiliatezone/ and
    also http://www.aat.org.uk/membership/affiliate-membership
    AAT

    Level 2 - 2010
    Level 3 - 2011
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA

    F4 - 2015
    F5 - 2015
  • anniebabeanniebabe Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 595
    if we are moving onto CIMA or ACCA do we still need to apply for MAAT or does everything just fall over to the new qual after completion of lvl 4? does anyone know?
  • Linda450Linda450 New Member Registered Posts: 11
    Many thanks for help. I understand :-) in 1-2 years I will study ACCA, now I need break from studying as I have two children. I want to focus on work and kids :)
  • aaron0121aaron0121 Trusted Regular BirminghamRegistered Posts: 422
    @ Linda, No worries, all the best for ACCA :)

    @ Annie, Nope you don't need to have MAAT to do ACCA/CIMA, after completion of level 4 you can start claiming
    exemptions straight away for some of the chartered papers. Although being MAAT has it's advantages, here is
    some of the benefits http://www.aat.org.uk/membership/aat-additions
    AAT

    Level 2 - 2010
    Level 3 - 2011
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA

    F4 - 2015
    F5 - 2015
  • anniebabeanniebabe Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 595
    thanks for that aaron, will have a look.
  • aaron0121aaron0121 Trusted Regular BirminghamRegistered Posts: 422
    I've just come across this link as well http://aat.org.uk/membership/maat-full-membership/reduced-aat-membership,
    so you would get a very nice discount for aat memberhsip - if you decide to go onto further studies.
    AAT

    Level 2 - 2010
    Level 3 - 2011
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA

    F4 - 2015
    F5 - 2015
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