ADVISORS using Intuit’s QuickBooks software will be able to gain certification under a new marketing programme.
The programme tests advisors across five training modules. Those that pass will achieve “certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor” status and use a Certified ProAdvisor logo.
Two exam attempts are included with a ProAdvisor membership, with further attempts at £50 each.
Alison Ball, head of accountant programmes at Intuit, said: “The certification programme is designed for accountants and bookkeepers who use QuickBooks and want to deepen their knowledge and skills, as well as demonstrate their QuickBooks expertise to the growing number of UK small businesses using QuickBooks.”
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