Accountancy apprenticeship to create 150 jobs150 jobs are to be created though a national accountancy apprenticeship programme which allows applicants to work, earn and learn.
The Accounting Technicians Ireland apprenticeship is a funded, work-based learning programme in which locally-placed apprentices earn at least €19,700 a year.
Applications for the accounting technician apprenticeships, which will be based in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Monaghan, Galway, Wicklow and Waterford are now open.
For more details of the apprenticeships see accountingtechniciansireland.ie
Accounting Technician Apprenticeship – Online Application Open for September 2020The Accounting Technician Apprenticeship online application for the September 2020 intake is now launched for this year!
Leading registered Apprenticeship employers across all sectors including practice, industry and the public sector will be hiring.
Interested leaving cert students 2020, school leavers, and graduates looking to start a career in accounting should consider this programme and apply now to increase their chances of attaining an employer offer for a place on the programme.
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The Accounting Technician Apprenticeship which launched in September 2017 is a new pathway to a career in Business, Accountancy and Finance, where apprentices are mentored through a two-year, work-based learning programme. Accounting Technician Apprentices work four days a week with a registered employer and study one day a week with a local college on a two-year employment contract.
We have a dedicated team who deliver insightful school talks and presentations to walk the students through the programme and how they can become a professional accountant with Accounting Technicians Ireland. The Students will with gain another career choice and route to consider as they fill out their CEO.
Some of the benefits of becoming an Apprentices include:
160 jobs are to be created though a National Accountancy Apprenticeship Programme which allows applicants to earn while they learn.
The Accounting Technician Apprenticeship is a funded, work-based learning programme where locally-placed apprentices will earn at least €19,000 a year.
Applications for the apprenticeships, which will be based in Dublin, Wicklow, Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Galway and Monaghan, open this week.
Leaving Cert students and mature learners can apply for the programme through Accounting Technicians Ireland.
For more details of the apprenticeships see accountingtechnicianapprenticeship.ie
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