- What direction will your Higher results take you?
Congratulations to everyone who got their Higher results today. It’s a bumper crop of results for Scottish students, but if you’re looking for some inspiration about what to do next, don’t forget to take a look at apprenticeships.
Whether, you’ve got the results you were hoping for, or are having to rethink your options, there are many employers in Scotland across all business sectors who are looking to take on accountancy trainees straight from school into fast track development programmes.
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Nominations are now open for the 2012 Scottish Modern Apprenticeship Awards which will be held in November.
This event celebrates the stories of inspirational trainees who are earning and learning on the Scottish modern apprenticeship framework, and it would be great to see some AAT faces being recognised for all their hard work.
In our final webinar for Scottish Apprenticeship week, we invite employers to find out more about what is involved in taking on an AAT trainee.
This session will tell you everything you need to know about apprenticeships, from accessing funding to finding the best trainee for your business. To sign up for this event click on the link below:
Employers – Thursday 24th May 12.30-1.30pm
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Our webinar for prospective students and career advisors who want to find out more about AAT accountancy apprenticeships in Scotland starts today at 12.30pm. With funding available for all age groups, across all three levels of the qualification, there has never been a better time to get started with your AAT studies.
To sign up for this event follow the link below:
Prospective students and career advisors - Wednesday 23rd May 12.30-1.30pm
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Tagged aat, accountancy, apprentices, apprenticeships, funding, scotland, scottish apprenticeship week, training
Scottish Apprenticeship week runs from 21-25 May and AAT are joining organisations across Scotland in promoting and celebrating the benefits of modern apprenticeships to both trainees and employers.
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Our latest advertising campaign kicks off today and aims to give businesses an insight into the benefits of AAT training and apprenticeships through the eyes of some of our current employers.
Look out for adverts in the business press, national papers and online, and check out our new employer video case studies.
There are several streams of funding available for employers and students that can contribute towards the costs, and sometimes fully fund, accountancy training in Scotland. Here’s an overview of what’s available in 2012.
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Not Going to Uni have published a handy guide to apprenticeships for anyone considering going straight into employment. The guide gives useful advice for the different countries across the UK and the Scotland pages feature an interview with former AAT student Gemma Oliver from RSM Tenon.
The Scottish Government has pledged 25,000 apprenticeship places a year for the next five years
Today on AAT Comment Jacqui Hepburn, Director of Alliance of Sector Skills Councils in Scotland, offers a glimpse of what is being done north of the border to plug the skills gap with vocational training and apprenticeships.
Following last week’s National Apprenticeship Week AAT Comment is full of top tips on apprenticeships from training providers and employers, including Baker Tilly’s Helen Bloodworth sharing her experiences of apprenticeship recruitment.