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The Benefits of an Accountancy Apprenticeship

The Benefits of an Accountancy Apprenticeship

Posted: 10th of May 2017 by Martha Witcomb

If you’re nifty with numbers and are considering a career in accountancy, there are a number of options available to you and they don’t just include an undergraduate degree. An apprenticeship can be a great avenue when you’re beginning your accountancy career, here’s why:

SEMESTER COMES TOP OF THE CLASS

SEMESTER COMES TOP OF THE CLASS

Posted: 21st of April 2017 by Eleanor Williams-Margison

SEMESTER COMES TOP OF THE CLASS Semester: Learning and Development have been recognised for their high-quality training. We have been awarded the prestigious Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Worldpay UK Business Awards Regional (Wales) Best Online Provider – we now await nervously to find out if we have made it to the National Finals in May. Keep your fingers crossed !! Please share: FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPinterest

Business Beckons - Not University

Business Beckons - Not University

Posted: 18th of April 2017 by Martha Witcomb

Once you’ve finished your ‘A’ Levels or diploma in Business Studies, the amount of post-18 options out there is bafflingly high. However, the two most well-trodden paths are going to university and finding a job. With the average student debt standing at a whopping £44,000 and no guarantee of a job at the end of a degree, it may be worth giving uni a swerve.

Apprenticeships for high achievers

Apprenticeships for high achievers

Posted: 11th of April 2017 by Nerys Montana

A Babington apprenticeship is designed to give you a head start in your career. Rather than racking up debt at uni, you could earn up to £17,000 a year, while getting your foot in the door with a top employer. If you’re ready to begin earning and learning straight away, then an apprenticeship could be the answer. You’ll develop real-life, hands-on skills, and benefit from fast career progression.

Join PGL for a real working adventure

Join PGL for a real working adventure

Posted: 7th of April 2017 by Nerys Montana

Working with PGL is not your regular 9 to 5. You'll live on one of our activity centres with a group of fun-loving, like-minded people in a friendly environment. You'll get paid. All of your meals will be provided, and in your free time you can make the most of the numerous stunning locations which PGL operates across the UK, France, and Spain.

Great Apprenticeships!

Great Apprenticeships!

Posted: 6th of April 2017 by Emily Dujon

Going on an apprenticeship may be just the ticket to fulfil that dream. However, the dream may turn sour if the apprenticeship is not good quality or properly supported. For young and older people alike apprenticeships are a great way to learn and earn so the question is what does a great apprenticeship look like?

Not going to University? An Atos apprenticeship is for you

Not going to University? An Atos apprenticeship is for you

Posted: 3rd of April 2017 by Nerys Montana

We’re currently looking for talented apprentices in a wide range of areas across our business. Whether you’re finishing your studies at school or college, or you’ve already left and are looking for your next opportunity, we’ll have a scheme for you

BPP Apprentice of the Year 2017 is a double winner

BPP Apprentice of the Year 2017 is a double winner

Posted: 29th of March 2017 by Miro Demo

It was double delight for a Norwich business apprentice who scooped a BPP Apprentice of the Year award for the second year running. James Davis followed up his BPP Apprentice of the Year Awards (Level 4) 2016 win with a BPP Apprentice of the Year Awards (Level 4) 2017 accolade.

Build connections. Build your career

Build connections. Build your career

Posted: 28th of March 2017 by Nerys Montana

If you’re looking for a new career or an alternative to full-time Higher Education, we have the answer. Our three-year Sponsored Construction Degree gives you everything you need to build a rewarding career - including accredited qualifications, on-site professional experience and valuable connections.

A Different Puzzle Every Day

A Different Puzzle Every Day

Posted: 24th of March 2017 by Martha Witcomb

Trainee Air Traffic Controllers - £50k salary after three years - No aviation experience necessary. This role’s all about you. How you think and solve problems. How you handle pressure. How you adapt to unpredictable situations like extreme weather events.

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