Mayo students graduate with Accounting Technicians Ireland

Accounting Technicians Ireland, the leading professional body for accounting technicians in Ireland, has conferred certificates of membership to newly qualifying graduates Fiona Ginty from Swinford, Seamus O’Neill from Crossmolina, and Angela Ring from Claremorris. They recently completed her final year examinations and work experience requirements and graduated among an overall class of over 300 new members. They received their certificates from Accounting Technicians Ireland President Eithne O’Sullivan FIATI at a special ceremony in Galway.

Accounting technicians are qualified accounting professionals who work at all levels of finance. They can work in all types of organisations and are widely employed throughout the public sector, industry and commerce and in private accounting practices.

Accounting Technicians Ireland currently has almost 5,000 students and its syllabus is taught in over 70 colleges across the island of Ireland.

Eithne O’Sullivan, President, Accounting Technicians Ireland, said: “With almost 95 per cent of our graduates currently in employment, I want to congratulate our new graduates on making this very valuable investment in themselves. The range of skills that they learn during their study and work experience enables them to make a significant contribution to any employer.”

Students taking the Accounting Technicians Ireland qualification come from a diverse range of backgrounds, from established professionals to school leavers, to people looking to change career.

People interested in finding out more about the qualification or in applying for courses can contact the organisation, Accounting Technicians Ireland, directly:


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