Three year training programme
Our graduate programme is the perfect platform to launch your career in accounting. Through our wide client base – which ranges from businesses with a £100m turnover to national charities – you will get the opportunity to work on a variety of audits that will further your personal and professional development. You will gain valuable skills and abilities that will benefit you throughout your working life.
Working towards your Association of Chartered Accountants (ACA) qualification, you will gain the vital practical experience and on-the-job training necessary to further your career. Working with a range of experts within our Audit and Assurance team, you will receive one-to-one support and get the chance to apply your knowledge across a variety of projects.
The programme combines practical experience with formal classroom-based training with our provider, Kaplan. We are fully committed to investing in the development of our people; as such, we provide paid study leave and time off to sit your exams, in order to help you achieve your objective of becoming a chartered accountant.
This year’s graduate programme (commencing September 2020) is currently full, but please check back in future for further updates.
This will enable you to develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviours that you need to start your career and that employers are looking for…
Our highly-experienced people work alongside our graduates, with an emphasis on passing on their skills and experience…
To apply for our graduate programme, you will have a minimum 2:1 degree and meet other certain requirements…
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