WHAT IS THE ROLE OF AN ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN?

Accounting Technicians play a key support role in accounting, finance and business, competently working across all sectors of the economy to improve organisational productivity and efficiency. The qualification enables accounting technicians to occupy diverse roles including senior bookkeeper, debtors’ clerk, creditors’ clerk and junior accountant. AT(SA) provides the professional latitude to execute a wider scope of job content such as:

 

AT(SA) MEMBERSHIP

Belong to a professional accountancy body that professionally recognises your skills and achievements.

AT(SA) Membership also offers you a range of benefits and supports your commitment to maintaining and developing your competence.

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AT(SA) QUALIFICATIONS

AT(SA) qualifications are recognised by employers and the profession for their quality, rigor and practical approach. Accredited by SAQA on the NQF, the qualifications take you on a progression pathway, from foundational to advanced levels of accounting knowledge, skills and competencies.

Students choose AT(SA) because we provide a solid base for building a career in accounting, finance and business. Our AT(SA) qualifications equips you with the latest, industry related knowledge and skills.

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SAICA now responsible for Accounting Technician SA training

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Partnership to aid employability of accounting graduates

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National Treasury embarks on an aggressive programme to upskill accountants not only in financial management but in ethics as well

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I now have a fuller understanding of my job through this course. My knowledge of budgets and accounting in general has been boosted a lot. This course is very detailed, it helped me understand basic to advanced level of accounting. Time spent on budgets, variances, checking accounts, especially with different tax information, is now much less. I am working with confidence, I can answer any question relating to my work.                    


Lulu Mkhize
South African Reserve Bank

It has been a wonderful experience since I started studying the Accounting Technician Qualification, in that I have been able to grasp so much more with regards to my understanding of accounts and accounting practices. It has taught me that it is much more detailed than just making payments. This has been one of the few courses that I have thoroughly enjoyed and have looked forward to every module, even the ethics. My understanding has deepened and I can say after many years of service in the bank, I now know why we have different VAT categories and how they were derived.

Alan Bekker
South African Reserve Bank