As a graduate in Audit, you are exposed to 3 lots of training (between 2 - 5 days each) in your first year. This sets you up well for your career in audit.
1 full week of formal training plus additional online training
I'm not sure that the training was specific enough for individual pillars. I have also moved pillars so that may be a factor however wouldn't say I felt prepared enough at the beginning.
Plenty of training opportunities outside standard mandatory training, always be open to learning new things as there is training for almost every topic you can think of.
Structured grad training program plan, with trainings run throughout the year and numerous additional trainings available.
Its been good, could be a tad more structured though.
Mostly just the expected training, how to use admin tools, company values and policies, etc.
Online learning modules, in person trainings and on the job training.
So far very good, I have had numerous opportunities to gain new qualifications, as well as attend informal trainings help by team members.
Graduate training programs, but for specialised areas that are not very useful. There should be area specific training in the first few weeks.
I have picked up a lot of soft skills in terms of communication, organisation, being proactive and adaptive etc. Comes from a line of work that involves different work being thrown at you every day
The firm provides all three learning opportunities. You are trained on every job you go on and get to learn on the job. They further provide formal training opportunities frequently. They also have a training management system that provides you with resources you can go look at in your own time and pace. They further encourage most people to complete postgraduate studies and keep learning.
I have learnt a lot about financial auditing and have completed a variety of courses based on interpersonal skills.
Very limited formal training opportunities. I was told during the hiring process that I would have access to training budget for a specific opportunity however this was forgotten and ignored whenever I pressed it after joining.
The audit foundations training we did for 2 weeks before being booked on our first jobs was not as useful in my opinion. I think that training would have been easier to follow if we had worked at a client site for a week or so to see how Clara works and examples of workpapers.