What support do we provide?
UNW has a very strong coaching culture and our highly-experienced people work alongside our graduates and apprentices with an emphasis on passing on their skills and experience. This together with a varied and dynamic client base gives a great learning opportunity for the right people. All our recruits are allocated a mentor, providing them with as much practical advice and guidance as they require throughout the duration of their training contract or apprenticeship.
Our student trainees have experienced resounding success across the board as part of our programmes, particularly in Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) exams. Our trainees are never without the support they need, both in relation to formal study but also through on the job training and personal development.
UNW is an Investor in People Gold – an achievement of which we are rightly very proud. Our superb reputation in the marketplace ensures we attract the very best talent to join our training programmes. We want our graduates and apprentices to be our leaders and partners of the future. We help them, train them and invest in them in any way we can.
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