Sept. 13, 2012
-- Two members of staff at Robinson Reed Layton have passed their final exams to become Chartered Accountants.
David Horwell from St Austell and Vicky Reynolds from Threemilestone have spent the last three years studying as they work. They have each passed 15 exams and completed 450 days of technical work experience, including training in ethics and an initial professional development scheme.
Partner Graham Boulton is delighted with their achievements.
“David and Vicky have worked immensely hard to reach this level. The firm has enjoyed supporting them through their training and we are all proud of their success. Vicky has now moved to Cheltenham to pursue her career and we are sure her training at Robinson Reed Layton will stand her in good stead. David will be continuing his career with us.”
David has enjoyed the training period.
“Robinson Reed Layton is a friendly firm that provides the opportunity for plenty of hands on experience in different areas. I’m especially interested in helping businesses to develop so I’m looking forward to focussing on that part of the job.”
The ACA qualification is awarded by the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) and has two stages, the Professional stage that consists of 'knowledge' and 'application' modules and the Advanced stage.
The accountancy firm has a strong reputation for training. For more information, please visit www.rrrl-truro.co.uk