PracticeAccounting FirmsTesco, Hibernian join ICAI partnering scheme

Tesco, Hibernian join ICAI partnering scheme

Tesco and Hibernian are the latest to join the ICAI employer partnership scheme

The IASC trustees will start a search for two new IFRC members after changes
to constitution

Tesco
Ireland
and Hibernian are the two
latest companies to joint the
Institute of Chartered
Accountants in Ireland
(ICAI) employer partnership scheme.

The employer partnership scheme’s objective is to promote best practice in
learning and development by working with employers to help chartered accountants
employed in their businesses fulfill their CPD requirements.

Other organisations already within the scheme include Meteor, Microsoft,
Kerry Group and Dell.

As part of the application process these organisations underwent a rigorous
review of their training and development policies and procedures and were
visited by ICAI’s lifelong learning team.

Further reading:

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