Learning and teaching
4) English corner
2) HKIAAT news 5) Employment placement service
3) Employer in the spotlight and
versatile AAT
6) Leisure station
Caius Wong, teacher from the Hong Kong Christian Service Kwun Tong Vocational Training Centre (KTVTC), talks to us about her teaching career and how she sets herself as a role model for her students in pursuing lifelong learning. Thispel Tsui, a year two diploma student from KTVTC, tells us about her keen interest in accounting and her plan to study for the AAT qualification after graduating.

Caius Wong


Accounting and business management case competition 2010-11

Registration for the Competition will close on 3 December 2010. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to enhance your soft skills and ability to use accounting and business information for commercial development! Click here for more information.


Internship and company visit at Sa Sa
The four members of winning team in last year's Case Competition had completed a three-month internship programme at Sa Sa International Holdings Limited (Sa Sa). Click here to see what they gained from this valuable experience.

Other winning teams visited to the Sa Sa's head office at the end of August 2010. This activity provided a great opportunity for them to gain a better understanding of the workplace. Click here to learn more.


Top students
Congratulations to the top students of the June 2010 PBE and AAT Examination sessions! Their prizes will be presented at the Annual Award and Graduation Ceremony cum New Members' Reception in March 2011. Click on their names to find out the secrets of their success.

PBE top students
Paper I Paper II Paper III Paper IV

Chung Chi Chiu

Lam Wai Chi

Wong Ka Chun

Sin Pui Yuk

AAT Examination top students

Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4
Ho Chun Yu

Lam Wing Sum

Yuen Yuen Pik

Lui Siu Lung
Paper 5 Paper 6 Paper 7 Paper 8

Sit Wing Chung

Cheung Hei Hei

Chan Ka Lok

Sin Ka Kui
Dominic Tai, the sole proprietor of a CPA firm, tells us how he finds AAT graduates to be better prepared for work than those without the qualification.
Jericho Yuen, a Hong Kong University of Science and Technology degree graduate in civil engineering, talks about how he changed his career to accountancy profession by studying for the AAT qualification.

Writing sales letters
Dr. Mable Chan, a renowned lecturer teaching English at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, advocates using simple and concise English for business writing. A sales letter is an effective tool to market your services to prospective clients. In this issue, Dr. Chan introduces a framework for writing and analyzing sales letters.+
The HKIAAT offers a free employment placement service for employers, members and students. Employers can place recruitment advertisements on the HKIAAT homepage to help them recruit accounting personnel. Click here to find out more.
Bird watching festival
Winter is the best season for bird watching since many migrating birds spending their winter in Hong Kong. Starting from November 2010, Hong Kong Wetland Park will organize different types of bird watching tours. Click here for more details.
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