Posts tagged: "London office"
Posted on November 11, 2016 by Mikey Brooks
My first year is over as a trainee and my transition from an AA1 to AA2 complete. I managed to fit quite a lot into a single 12 month period; 6 exams, interim and final audit, one Christmas party, 2 office quizzes, 2 cluster lunches, numerous socials, 9 weeks away from home and a year older. As I write this I have just passed my next 3 exams and have a month to go until my final 3 of this year. The pace hasn’t let up since I arrived but it certainly hasn’t been boring. more… One night on Audit… Followed by another 364.
Posted on November 28, 2014 by Lis Radbon
I’ve taken the very difficult decision that it’s time for me to leave the NAO so this blog post will also be my last one. Join me when I’m looking back at some of the things that I will miss working here. more… Time to say goodbye… What I will miss most about the NAO
Posted on June 27, 2014 by Guest blogger
Since we began blogging in July last year, we’ve received a number of questions and comments from you. In the spirit of knowledge sharing, we’ve summarised them in the post below, and also show you the answers that our grads gave.
While we will continue to give you an insight into what we are up to at the NAO, you might have some questions that remain unanswered. If so, please do let us know by commenting on any of our blog posts! more… Your questions answered
Posted on April 4, 2014 by Rachael Foster
I’ve already revealed that I am a keen cyclist and that I take the opportunity to cycle to work when I am based in the office (or at the client next door!). I was therefore very keen to take part in last month’s cycle safety awareness event in the NAO’s car park. It also seemed to be the next natural choice of content for my blog. more… Fluorescent jackets and a HGV cab: Cycle safety event at the NAO
Posted on November 1, 2013 by Lis Radbon
For anyone who’s not been here before, the NAO’s London office in Victoria is a grand building in the art deco style, with a clock tower, a flagpole and even its own statue. It was built in 1938, for Imperial Airways as their “Empire Terminal”, would you believe? more… Life in the London office