AAT member, Myra Geater, went on to become Europe Management Information Business Partner at Vodafone following her return to work from maternity leave. As part of Adult Learners’ Week, she offers her top tips on heading back to the office after having a baby.
Internships can be a brilliant way of picking up skills, making contacts and boosting your chances of getting a job, yet many are wasted. James Pulford explains the best way to pick and apply for an internship and how to use your time well when you get there.
You may still be enjoying the Easter break, but planning now will help you get the most out of your summer – and is the key to landing a summer internship or volunteering opportunity, writes Grace Bowden.
Had a frustrating experience with a recruiter? Are they not returning your calls? We’ve all been there. AAT career coach, Aimee Bateman, offers her top four tips for getting the most out of the relationship. And she should know – she has been one for over a decade.
It’s National Apprenticeship Week – the perfect time to start your search for an opportunity. Struggling to find an apprenticeship? AAT’s career coach Aimee Bateman offers some of her top tips and websites to help you on your way.
Greenwich Council senior accountant, Jeanne Marke-Collier, believes in hard work and dedication to get what you want. Here she explains why she made the decision to spurn university to study AAT via an apprenticeship.
The WorldSkills UK accounting competition is a great way to boost students’ confidence as well as the profile of their training providers. Here, four previous contestants describe how they enjoyed the WorldSkills experience – and how their careers benefited.
Love is in the air – but are your cover letters making hiring managers feel special? AAT career coach Aimee Bateman explains how charm and passion can lead you to an interview date (without a line of poetry in sight).