PracticeAuditInstitute offers help for newly-qualifieds

Institute offers help for newly-qualifieds

Newly qualified accountants are being offered help with their careers following the launch of a new online inititative from the ICAEW.

Link: Whitehall split over qualifieds

Called ‘Young Professionals’, the new section of the ICAEW website offers help in four key areas, namely careers, information, representation and offers, and includes such things as access to the institute’s library, exclusive lifestyle offers like discounts on travel and entertainment, and skills like CV writing and interview techniques.

The website is aimed at those making the transition from student to ICAEW member.

Andrew Baigent, chairman of the ICAEW’s younger members focus group said: ‘Young professionals is a fantastic scheme that will bring real benefits to the institute’s newly qualified members.’

The site can be accessed at www.icaew.co.uk/youngprofessionals.

Related Articles

PwC replaces EY as Domino's auditor

Audit PwC replaces EY as Domino's auditor

2d Alia Shoaib, Reporter
The ‘uncomfortable truth’ behind FRC’s Big Four fines recommendations

Audit The ‘uncomfortable truth’ behind FRC’s Big Four fines recommendations

1w Carl Johnson, Stephensons
BDO holds off Big Four to retain top position as AIM auditor

Audit BDO holds off Big Four to retain top position as AIM auditor

1w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
FRC urged to fine Big Four firms penalties over £10m

Audit FRC urged to fine Big Four firms penalties over £10m

3w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
EY to audit Standard Chartered bank

Audit EY to audit Standard Chartered bank

1m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
KPMG replaces PwC as Croda auditor

Accounting Firms KPMG replaces PwC as Croda auditor

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
EY fined £1.8m over Tech Data audit

Accounting Standards EY fined £1.8m over Tech Data audit

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Top 50+50: Firms post significant growth in new tax and audit rankings

Audit Top 50+50: Firms post significant growth in new tax and audit rankings

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor