The designatory letters AATQB demonstrate your educational achievements and your commitment to keeping your professional skills up to date. It could help you secure your perfect job or gain a promotion.
Gain access to everything you need to keep on top of industry updates. Our newsletters will provide you with topical information, while our online resources and events will help you keep your skills fresh.
Once you’ve gained those AATQB letters, you can apply for a licence to offer self-employed bookkeeping services. As an AAT Licensed Bookkeeper, you’ll be supported by us every step of the way to help you build a successful practice.
When you become an AATQB, you’ll join a community of over 50,000 AAT professional members. Share experiences, learn from others and meet likeminded people online and at events.
AAT, IAB and ICB qualified professionals. We also accept other qualifications on a discretionary basis.
AAT students who have completed the Advanced Certificate in Bookkeeping * or the Advanced Diploma in Accounting **.
Students who studied the Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping and Ethics before September 2016 will need to complete the additional Indirect Tax unit to be eligible. We’ve made this really easy and cost-effective for you – please contact us to discuss your options.
Students must have studied on the 2010, 2013 or 2016 standards.
If you’re an AAT professional member, you can apply to become an AATQB for no additional cost.
If you’re an AAT student or affiliate member, becoming an AATQB may be partially covered by your current membership fee.
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If you’re looking to build your skills, our AAT bookkeeping qualifications are the ideal starting point. They provide the practical skills and fundamental knowledge you need and are the first step towards becoming a professional bookkeeper.See courses