Blackburn-based PM+M has has appointed ten new apprentices, the largest cohort in the firm's history.
The new starters will work across various divisions.
Studying towards the Association of Accounting Technicians qualification will be: Sanah Younis, Sophie Meadowcroft and Haniya Khan – all of whom will be working with the accounting and advisory team, cloud accounting apprentices Samuel Aston and Spencer Haworth, Harvey Holden in the tax team and Ahmed Patel, Ateka Sidat and Zain Akhtar who join the audit team; whilst payroll apprentice, Zackariya Motala, is studying towards his Payroll Level 3 qualification.
All new trainees will receive hands on experience alongside classroom study as they work towards their qualifications.
Jane Parry, managing partner of PM+M, said: "We are delighted to welcome our new intake of apprentices. We’re exceptionally proud of our apprenticeship programme and I look forward to working with our latest cohort.
"Alongside attracting experienced professionals, developing the next generation of advisers has always been hugely important in ensuring we have the skills we need to serve our diverse and growing client base. I’m particularly pleased that we’ve been able to increase the number of apprenticeship opportunities this year and congratulate our new starters as they embark on their career with us.”
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