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ATI (Accounting Technicians Ireland)

ATI (Accounting Technicians Ireland)


Join Ireland's leading professional body for Accounting Technicians with unparalleled ATI tuition at Griffith College.

Offering a unique ATI qualification, the School of Professional Accountancy at Griffith College has a long-standing tradition of producing high-quality lectures and consistently high pass rates.

Why Study Professional Accountancy at Griffith College?

The Accounting Technician qualification at Griffith College is a flexible, two-year course, offered on a full and part-time basis. Available in Dublin and Limerick, as a student of this course you will:

  • Have access to a range of flexible study modes including master classes and blended options allowing you to plan your ATI qualification around your life.
  • Obtain unparalleled tuition from a team of professional and approachable lecturers with a history of achieving consistently high pass rates.
  • Join the leading professional body for Accounting Technicians in Ireland with a body of over 10,000 working professionals nationwide.

Course Highlights

  • Extensive career opportunities
  • Live streaming
  • Revision classes
  • Lecturer revision notes
  • On campus Car park
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Course details

Course Contacts

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Dublin Campus
Dublin Campus
Dublin September - May 2018
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Limerick September - May 2018
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How to Apply

Entry Requirements 

We offer a number of different entry routes depending on your circumstances.

  • Mature learners who have reached 21 years of age (by 1st January of the year in which they wish to commence the course) but do not possess the minimum educational requirements, may still apply to do the course based on age and experience.
  • School leavers in the Republic of Ireland should have a Leaving Certificate with a pass grade in 5 Ordinary level subjects (including English and either Maths or Accountancy) or pass grades in 2 Ordinary level subjects together with 2 pass grades at Higher level (pass grades to include English and either Maths or Accountancy).
  • School leavers in Northern Ireland should have 1 A Level of 2 AS Levels with grades in English and at least one subject from Maths or Accountancy not lower than grade C at GCSE level.
  • Applicants who have successfully completed a nationally recognised qualification such as HETAC, FETAC in the Republic of Ireland or QCA, BTEC National Diploma in Northern Ireland may be eligible to enter and gain exemptions from certain exam subjects. 

How to Apply 

All Dublin Griffith College ATI students will be e-mailed giving details of our online registration process. This is done via using your student number and date of birth. Payment options and relevant forms are also available to download when registering online. Sponsored Students will need to have their Sponsorship Form completed and uploaded via the above link.Sponsorship Form. Students paying by instalments would need to complete the instalment form.

For any new admission enquiries, please click the Apply Online button on this page and we will respond to you with further details of registering online.


Academic Progression

Graduates of the Accounting Technicians Ireland course may opt to continue their studies, using the qualification as a stepping stone to eventually becoming professional accountants with one of the other accounting bodies.

Career Progression

 Graduates of the Accounting Technicians Ireland course enjoy excellent career prospects and there is always a strong demand for their skills in the marketplace. They can work in a wide variety of finance roles for many types of organisations, including manufacturing companies, local and central government, the health service, banks and insurance companies and private accountancy firms. Self employment is also a possibility for qualified technicians.


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