AAT Sri Lanka relocated its Kurunegala branch office to a more spacious and conveniently accessible location at No. 15/6, Convent Road, Kurunegala to provide a better service experience to students and members in the area. The official branch opening was attended by AAT Sri Lanka President Lalith T. Fernando, AAT Governing Council Members and AAT Sri Lanka Chief Executive Officer Tishanga Kumarasinghe.
Kurunegala is a dynamic residential hub and has evolved as an area with an active student base. Having served the students and members of Kurunegala from its previous location, with the relocation of its branch, AAT Sri Lanka renewed its profound professional relationships with individuals, opening its doors to the aspiring youngsters to emerge as professionals in the field of accountancy. With its expertise and knowledge acquired over the last 27 years, AAT Sri Lanka will continue to offer a range of services to the residents of the area.
“Supplemented by an enhanced curriculum, titled ‘Employment Fast Tracked’ AAT Sri Lanka is ready to enrich and empower the nation by providing accounting technicians to the economy. AAT Sri Lanka as one of the leading professional accountancy educational institutions in Sri Lanka ensures its commitment toward its existing and potential students by continuing to deliver the best to them and help them to acquire a professional qualification in the shortest possible time,” stated Lalith T. Fernando.
Addressing the gathering AAT Sri Lanka CEO Kumarasinghe mentioned that, “The new branch offers opportunity for students and members to obtain all association’s publications including study material and recent updates and so forth of AAT Sri Lanka under one roof. It is a golden opportunity for the students in North Western Province to acquire new knowledge in accountancy and step into the accounting profession.”