Frank Hirth News - 17 Sep 2018
At Frank Hirth we are committed to helping our people develop their careers and achieve their aspirations. We believe in continual development for all staff and offer training opportunities to further develop and expand our employees' skill-sets. Our dedicated Learning and Development department provides market leading year-round training and refresher courses to for continuous staff development and our Apprentice Programme puts us in touch with newly emerging talent.
Similarly, our graduate training process plays a key role in developing tomorrows leaders and those admitted to the graduate programme are valued for the unique contribution and the fresh ideas they bring to Frank Hirth.
Professional qualifications are milestones in every tax advisor’s career. At Frank Hirth we pride ourselves on the high pass rate among our employees studying for professional qualifications and continue to support their careers through a mix of on the job and classroom-based training as well as coaching and mentoring.
This year we have seen many of our graduates pass the notoriously difficult CTA and ATT exams. Here, Claire Fretwell, Tax Assistant (Level 3) deserves a special mention. Claire not only achieved a Distinction for one of her papers, but she was also awarded The Association Medal. The Medal recognises the best overall performance from three written papers in one sitting, and also includes Computer Based Examinations.
Moreover, Anthony Taylor, Tax Assistant (Level 3) at Frank Hirth, was featured in the “Tax Adviser” magazine, receiving his certification from Graham Batty, Associate Director at RSM.
(Tax Adviser Magazine, September 2018 p.52)
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