Grow, Nurture, Succeed 
Grow, Nuture, Succeed 
Ashmole & Co is delighted to announce the launch of its Accountancy Apprenticeship Scheme for 2024. One of the largest accountancy firms in Wales is on the search for new Trainee Accountants to start this summer. 
Those interested in training with Ashmole & Co can be school, college or university graduates. The firm will accept applications from those currently studying for their GCSEs, A Levels or Degree. Anyone who is looking for a new career in accountancy and those looking to do an internship during their degree studies are also encouraged to apply. 
Karl Wilcox, Partner with Ashmole & Co said, “After graduating from Aberystwyth University I joined Ashmole & Co as a trainee and progressed within the firm. I gained my ACCA qualifications and then worked hard to become a Partner. The majority of the Partners at Ashmole & Co did their training with the firm. We strongly believe it is important as a profession that we help to train the next generation of accountants. Our apprenticeship scheme will give you the practical skills and qualifications to eventually become a fully qualified accountant. You will also be given the opportunity to experience a wide variety of client work and specialisms.” 
Those joining the Ashmole & Co Apprenticeship Scheme straight from school will start on the AAT path to qualifications and those joining us as college / university graduates will usually start on the ACCA qualification route. 
The job description for the trainees includes: 
• Ensuring all clients are provided with an excellent service, meeting their deadlines, and supporting day to day queries that clients may have. 
• Working as part of a team processing clients’ accounts, tax returns, VAT returns and company secretary duties. 
• With the support of colleagues, you will ensure the smooth running of clients' accounting systems. 
The successful candidates will be offered a fully-funded training package in addition to Ashmole & Co’s basic salary. They will be given a permanent contract and be expected to work full time. For full details and the job description please visit the apprenticeship section of the website: click here 
and email your cv to: 
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