Two local woman received their qualifications from Accounting Technicians Ireland this month.
Lynda Jackman of Thomastown and Anne Walsh of Kilkenny were among the graduates to receive certificates from Accounting Technicians Ireland president Eithne O’Sullivan at a ceremony in Dublin. They recently completed their final-year examinations and work experience requirements and graduated among an overall class of over 300 new members.
Accounting technicians are qualified accounting professionals who work at all levels of finance 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. For more information or to apply for the courses, see www.AccountingTechniciansIreland.ie.