AAT annual report out

It was a busy year for AAT. It refreshed its brand, introduced its new qualification Q2022, and launched a whole new strategy plan for 2030.

The annual report (to the year ended 31 March 2023) is out, and shows a surplus of recurring income of £3.2 million. That was on a turnover of £32.5 million, with student and affiliate members’ fees bringing in £8.7m and assessments a further £12.7 million.

The AAT grew its professional and affiliate membership to 55,719, which represents the ‘highest population’ since 2018-19.

Students are not included in these numbers as AAT has introduced a qualification fee for Qualification 2022. The annual report shows 34,272 new students on the books, but the sharp rise is in part explained by counting students on the AQ2016 standard registering for the new Q2022 assessements as well!

During the year the AAT approved 34 new training providers and 11 new assessment venues.

Oh, and Sarah Beale the CEO was paid £200,000.

Check out the annual report at: https://tinyurl.com/3pu6xejc.