In addition to passing the examinations conducted by the Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka, registered students should have to undergo two years of full time Practical Training before they become eligible for Membership of the Association.
The Passed Finalists on completion of two years of Practical Training and BC-II paper can apply for the AAT Membership.
Places of Training
The Practical Training may be undergone in a Ministry / Government Department / State Corporation / Statutory Authority/ Banking Institution / Hotel / Limited Liability Company / Firm of Chartered Accountants / Tax Consultants / Management Consultants / Approved Auditor / any other Institutions approved by AATSL.
Methods of Practical Training
There are two types of training schemes. Students can undergo any one method out of two, which are as follows :-
(A) Monitored Practical Training
(B) Non Monitored Practical Training