The diversity of our client base means we are also looking for ‘A’ level students interested in a career in accountancy who will study for the AAT (Accounting Technician) qualification. On completion, students may be offered the option to Fast Track from AAT to the Chartered Accountant qualification (ACA). You could qualify as a Chartered Accountant in as little as two years.
The training contract includes exam support (including paid study leave) and a thorough study and work experience programme.
Applicants should have a minimum 5 GCSES, including “A” grades in English and Maths and 2 ‘A’ levels at “B” or above. Equivalent grades at International Baccalaureate level are also welcomed.
We are now actively seeking for 2019/20.
Please send your written CV to the address in our Contact Us section or e-mail it to email@example.com
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