Cork graduate gets membership conferred by Accounting Technicians Ireland

In a virtual ceremony held today, among those conferred was Olga Miron from Blackpool, who received her Diploma for Accounting Technicians.

Olga Miron from Blackpool, who was conferred as a Member of Accounting Technicians Ireland, as well as receiving her Diploma for Accounting Technicians.

Graduates were conferred across three programmes, the Accounting Technician Apprenticeship, the Higher-Level Apprenticeship and the Diploma for Accounting Technicians.

School-leavers, those changing career or looking to get back to work can avail of ATI’s recognised and respected qualifications, which open the door to a rewarding career in accounting.

ATI qualifications, which can be obtained in as little as two years, are recognised as the fastest pathway to a fulfilling and rewarding professional accounting career.

Speaking of the programme, Gillian Doherty, Chief Operations Officer at Accounting Technicians Ireland said:

“There is continuing strong demand for accounting and financial skills in industry, practice and the public sector, with many employers supporting their staff by meeting programme fees.”

“We work closely with employers to ensure qualifications prepare our graduates to succeed in the workplace.

“Through our flexible online programmes, and partnership with employers, colleges and training providers across the island, students are able to gain professional qualifications whilst working remotely, where required, and living in their local area.

“Graduates go on to join a supportive members’ network of Accounting Technician professionals who occupy the full spectrum of accountancy and finance roles.

“Through Membership of ATI, graduates benefit from regular training and career support, ensuring the continued relevance of the Accounting Technician qualifications to the wider professional environment.”


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