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Open day for budding accountants

Thursday, 18th July, 2019 10:28am

Future professional accountants can explore the fast path to their dream career at an open day in the city next

The Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI’s) qualification is open to the large number of people in Ireland who have been working in industry or small practice firms for years with no formal training.

School and college leavers and mature students are also invited to apply for the qualification which is delivered in both full and part-time capacities. Online courses are also available.

Over 70 colleges around the country offer ATI’s flexible courses which allow students to obtain this professional qualification in as little as two years. The accounting qualification provides access to employment opportunities for a broad range of accounting and finance roles and will enable students to further progress to senior financial management posts.

Places must be booked in advance on or by searching for the event on Eventbrite.

“A recent analysis of the labour market by the National Skills Bulletin has confirmed a continuing high demand for accounting technician skills. This is a pan-sectoral qualification which meets the needs of industry, practice and the public sector,” said Gillian Doherty, ATI’s Chief Operations Officer.

An open information session for potential students and employers will be held at Cork Training Centre, Rossa Avenue, Bishopstown on 6 August from 12.30-4pm.

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