Employers Look at AAT

NileshladvaNileshladva Settling In NicelyPosts: 22Registered
Hi All,

Some interesting news about changes in employers interests..

An accounting body expert from within AAT’s new Regional Account Manager team has revealed a noticeable shift in the interests of employers.
According to Justin Kyriakou, AAT’s Regional Account Manager for the North West and Yorkshire, the increasing popularity of online e-learning courses provided by well-established accounting bodies is due to the fact that employers are beginning to recognise the value in hiring promising but non-qualified students over costly graduates, as the former can be easily trained up through online courses.
This may come as welcome news for school-leavers and those looking for a change in career!

http://www.accountingbites.co.uk/2012/11/14/industry-expert-suggests-employers-gunning-for-non-grads/

Regards,

Nilesh Ladva.

Comments

  • SpamkebabSpamkebab Well-Known Posts: 233Registered
    Waste of time clicking the link to read the article if you have already posted the contents Nilesh.

    Leave us something to read next time lol.

    Neil.
  • NileshladvaNileshladva Settling In Nicely Posts: 22Registered
    I was just noting down the source so it doesn't look like I'm making random stuff up..

    Sorry about that,

    Nilesh.
  • jan808jan808 New Member Posts: 5Registered
    Well this is great news, hopefully I should find a job in accounts someday :P
  • NileshladvaNileshladva Settling In Nicely Posts: 22Registered
    jan808 wrote: »
    Well this is great news, hopefully I should find a job in accounts someday :P

    Well saying that, I've got a friend who's been trying for a couple of months at big time companies and firms, I think the trick is to aim low, and not expect a job too high in the ranks, otherwise you most likely wont find one at all.

    Thanks,

    Nilesh
  • VentraVentra New Member Posts: 14Registered
    Well saying that, I've got a friend who's been trying for a couple of months at big time companies and firms, I think the trick is to aim low, and not expect a job too high in the ranks, otherwise you most likely wont find one at all.

    Thanks,

    Nilesh

    Aye, you don't want any of that ambition stuff getting in the way of a mediocre career path..... :confused1:
  • jan808jan808 New Member Posts: 5Registered
    in a nut shell my friend! Aim low to go high thats my moto.
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