Posts tagged: "Student groups"
Posted on May 2, 2014 by James Gurney
Soon after I first joined the office at the annual jamboree I was introduced to a ‘student rep’. My initial thought was one of intrigue as I immediately had visions of a strange hybrid between a holiday ‘rep’ and flashbacks of my student days many moons ago. After an interesting conversation I quickly appreciated the true extent of the role and the irrelevance of my initial vision. more… The Trainee Forum: Make your trainee voice heard
Posted on March 7, 2014 by Laura Wright
As you may already know I’m an active member of the regional society NCASS (Northern Chartered Accountant’s Student Society). NCASS, along with the other student groups, organises events for those that are training to give opportunities to socialise and network, especially with trainees from other organisations. Some events also offer chances to network with students from other professions, such as the RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors). These events can therefore offer a different perspective to everyday encounters! more… Your local student society: Dinners, support sessions and other events
Posted on February 14, 2014 by Laura Wright
As well as being supported during your training contract and the exam periods by the NAO itself, there are many other organisations which are both willing and able to help. The help on offer ranges from exam entries to social events and emotional support. The ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) is one organisation that provides such support through its student groups. more… There’s a good deal of support for ACA students!