Old Mill launches FP and accountacy training scheme


Old Mill is launching a training scheme for young people interested in a career in financial planning or accountancy and looking for an alternative route to university.

The firm is offering those who have just completed their A' Levels (or equivalents) the opportunity to embark on a three year course which will initially see them learn basic bookkeeping and then go on to take financial planning qualifications. The West Country-based chartered business intends to take on four or five candidates per year, training them in house, with the possibility of taking them on at the end of the three years. Group HR manager Ken Hughes said: "This training scheme takes talented local people, who have gained good A' Levels or equivalent, and gives them a start on ...

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