Employer Apprenticeship Forum

28th January 2019

Accountancy Apprenticeship Forum by First Intuition Our Apprenticeship forums are aimed at employers who either have apprentices or are thinking of recruiting apprentices in to their teams.

Our team will aim to simplify some of the apprenticeship jargon and explain the current funding rules, giving employers all the most up to date information you need to save you the hassle of finding out yourselves! The forums are also a great opportunity for local employers to share their experiences and best practice with others. Q&A Session with our team of experts. Guest Panellists: ICAEW's Kirsten Glasby-Hemmings AAT Regional Account Manager- Leon Ward First Intuition-Organiser of Accountancy Apprenticeship Forum First Intuition are located within Leeds Train Station right in the heart of the city. We also offer training at The Source in Sheffield. With over 100 years of combined experience in Accountancy Training our staff bring passion and enthusiasm to both the classroom and customer service. We offer a full range of ACCA ,CIMA, AAT & ICAEW and Apprenticeships. Register for this event on Eventbright  If you would like to discuss further please contact Chris Cain on chriscain@fi.co.uk or 0113 467 7770

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