Accounting course helps New Ross woman succeed


A Wexford student was front and center as Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) conferred membership on graduates during a virtual handover ceremony.

Graduates were conferred through three programs, the Accounting Technician Apprenticeship, the Advanced Level Apprenticeship and the Accounting Technician Diploma.

Among those conferred was Pam Kehoe of New Ross, who received her accounting technician diploma.

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

ATI delivers its programs through a network of partner colleges and employers across the island of Ireland, as well as online, and its curriculum is suitable for students from both jurisdictions.

Students can study full-time, part-time, online and as apprentices. Registration for the next academic year of the ATI Diploma, starting later this month, is open until January 28.

Accounting Technicians Ireland provide nationally and internationally recognized accounting qualifications, and graduates are employed in industry, commerce, private practice and the public sector. ATI courses are open to school and college leavers, mature students, and people working in business, industry, or small practices.


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