Employer Events

As part of our commitment to helping businesses, First Intuition runs various events to keep employers and students up to date with industry trends, hot topics, and skills development. These online forums are a place to share thoughts and hear insights from industry leaders and our experienced tutors.

Employer Events from First Intuition

Employer Events

As part of our commitment to helping businesses, First Intuition runs various events to keep employers and students up to date with industry trends, hot topics, and skills development. These online forums are a place to share thoughts and hear insights from industry leaders and our experienced tutors.

Employers, educationalists, and anyone else with an interest in these hot topics are welcome to join these virtual events.

Please click on each individual session to book your place.

You can view our student events here.

May Events

25/05/22 - AAT Q2022 Employer Forum - Focusing on the Level 2 Apprenticeship - 08:30 - 09:30

AAT’s delayed syllabus change will be coming into effect in September 2022, moving over from AQ2016 to ‘Qualifications 2022’. They are introducing the biggest changes to their syllabus we have seen in twenty years!

We will confirm the changes and give our views on the implications they have for trainee entry points and pathways, including what these mean for timelines for AAT qualification.

In this session, we will specifically focus on the level 2 apprenticeship and will go into much more detail about the increased relevance of the Level 2 apprenticeship under Q2022.

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27/05/22 - Digital Technologies and Data Analytics Forum – 08:30-10:00

In this session, we will introduce you to our ‘finance-flavoured’ programmes which will give structure and clarity to how finance professionals can ensure that their teams understand the implications of digital finance technologies and can start to harness the benefits they offer in terms of improved efficiency, cost control and revenue generation.

These new programmes will also offer structured skills development pathways for qualified accountants which may help to retain talent as well as delivering needed skills.

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June Events

07/06/22 - Digital Technologies and Data Analytics Forum – 08:30-10:00

In this session, we will introduce you to our ‘finance-flavoured’ programmes which will give structure and clarity to how finance professionals can ensure that their teams understand the implications of digital finance technologies and can start to harness the benefits they offer in terms of improved efficiency, cost control and revenue generation.

These new programmes will also offer structured skills development pathways for qualified accountants which may help to retain talent as well as delivering needed skills.

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14/06/22 - AAT Q2022 Employer Forum - 13:00 - 14:00

AAT’s delayed syllabus change will be coming into effect in September 2022, moving over from AQ2016 to ‘Qualifications 2022’. They are introducing the biggest changes to their syllabus we have seen in twenty years!

We will confirm the changes and give our views on the implications they have for trainee entry points and pathways, including what these mean for timelines for AAT qualification.

We will also discuss why L2 apprenticeships may now be the preferred option for many employers recruiting school and college leavers.

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20/06/22 - Leadership Lunch & Learn - Managing for Retention - 12:30 - 14:00

Join us for an engaging session and discussion around the skills and techniques required from managers in order to retain staff in an increasingly competitive job market. We are delighted to be joined by HR expert CJ Green, Co-Founder and Executive Director at Brave Goose, who will share her wealth of experience and insight into this crucial topic.

This will be followed by an open discussion between delegates and experts from our panel including Carolyn Connery from the CMI who will discuss the training and support on offer to help managers retain their staff as well as hearing from some of our clients who have kindly agreed to share some examples of best practice in this area.

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29/06/22 - AAT Q2022 Employer Forum - Focusing on the Level 2 Apprenticeship - 13:00 - 14:00

AAT’s delayed syllabus change will be coming into effect in September 2022, moving over from AQ2016 to ‘Qualifications 2022’. They are introducing the biggest changes to their syllabus we have seen in twenty years!

We will confirm the changes and give our views on the implications they have for trainee entry points and pathways, including what these mean for timelines for AAT qualification.

In this session, we will specifically focus on the level 2 apprenticeship and will go into much more detail about the increased relevance of the Level 2 apprenticeship under Q2022.

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July Events

01/07/22 - Food and Finance - 12:00 - 13:30

Our next industry forum is scheduled and we’re very excited about not only the topic but the panel of guests we’re lining up for this event.

Join our host, David Malthouse, as he talks to a range of industry experts to find out what drives and affects the food industry. They’ll talk about the challenges the pandemic brought, how they adapted and what it takes to keep bringing food to our tables.

David will ask them about the unique challenges in their industry. He’ll ask about the finance/business side of food manufacturing, supply, and retailing. This session will offer a fascinating insight into how this specific industry operates.

This will make it useful for our Level 7 students in terms of case study prep. It will, however, be interesting to all students. It can also be used by our qualified contacts as part of their ongoing CPD.

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28/07/22 - AAT Q2022 Employer Forum - 08:30 - 09:30

AAT’s delayed syllabus change will be coming into effect in September 2022, moving over from AQ2016 to ‘Qualifications 2022’. They are introducing the biggest changes to their syllabus we have seen in twenty years!

We will confirm the changes and give our views on the implications they have for trainee entry points and pathways, including what these mean for timelines for AAT qualification.

We will also discuss why L2 apprenticeships may now be the preferred option for many employers recruiting school and college leavers.

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August Events

03/08/22 - AAT Q2022 Employer Forum - Focusing on the Level 2 Apprenticeship - 13:30 - 14:30

AAT’s delayed syllabus change will be coming into effect in September 2022, moving over from AQ2016 to ‘Qualifications 2022’. They are introducing the biggest changes to their syllabus we have seen in twenty years!

We will confirm the changes and give our views on the implications they have for trainee entry points and pathways, including what these mean for timelines for AAT qualification.

In this session, we will specifically focus on the level 2 apprenticeship and will go into much more detail about the increased relevance of the Level 2 apprenticeship under Q2022.

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FURTHER READING

Accountancy employers guide

Accountancy Employers Guide

 

Employability Skills

Finding a Job – Employability Skills

 

Pre-start Resources

Pre-start Resources

 

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