If you are interested in accountancy, you can expect long hours and hard work on your journey to qualification. You can also look forward to a rewarding, challenging career.

There are different options to follow for a career in accountancy.

ACA and ACCA training

We offer three-year training contracts leading to qualification as an Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) or as a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), both of which are highly regarded and internationally recognised qualifications.

We provide support and practical experience as you complete modules covering issues including accountancy techniques, financial principles and legal and tax issues. Your knowledge and understanding will be tested via exams and work-based learning.

Because we’re a busy practice, you’ll have the opportunity to visit our clients and see how their businesses work, learning how to use your skills and knowledge in real-life situations.

By the end of your training contract, you’ll have the experience and expertise to handle all the issues that accountants and business advisors deal with on a daily basis.

To apply for a training contract, you will need at least three GCSEs and two A levels, including English and Maths. If you have a degree, this can be in any subject, although we would require a minimum 2:1.

We are also interested in people with business knowledge gained through work or other qualifications. Other essential qualities include being able to get on well with other people, problem-solving and analytical skills and a commitment to client confidentiality.

When we have ACA and ACCA  training vacancies, they will be advertised on our current vacancies page, along with details of how to apply.

For general recruitment enquiries, please contact us.

AAT training

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification is a good foundation for a career in accountancy and finance, and is usually studied for at college, through day release or evening classes.

AAT can also lead on to the Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification.

To study for AAT, you will need good results in GCSE and/or A level or equivalent exams, including A or B grades in English and Maths.

As a training practice, we offer both personal attention and support the opportunity for practical experience, working with our local business clients.

When we have AAT training vacancies, they will be advertised on our current vacancies page, along with details of how to apply.

For general recruitment enquiries, please contact us.


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