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dn_screenWITH the demand for qualified accountancy professionals remaining buoyant, a local college is delighted to announce that it has achieved Approved Partner Status with the professional body Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) and will now join an elite range of approved educators throughout Ireland, who have been selected to educate accounting students because of their excellent academic standards and high level of student support.

Pictured are SERC staff James Currie Head of School for Business, Hospitality and Tourism, Sandra Roleston Associate Lecturer in Business Management and Colin McKerr, Finance Lecturer.

Pictured are SERC staff James Currie Head of School for Business, Hospitality and Tourism, Sandra Roleston Associate Lecturer in Business Management and Colin McKerr, Finance Lecturer.

The award recognises South Eastern Regional College’s quality in the delivery of Accounting Technicians qualifications and, with an ATI qualification seen by many employers as essential when hiring, it’s welcome news for anyone considering studying in this area.

Ken Webb, SERC Principal and Chief Executive, said: “SERC are delighted to partner with ATI. By ensuring our programmes are professionally accredited, our qualifications have added value both to students and to employers who require students who have the technical knowledge and skills required to add value to their organisations. At SERC we are committed to producing industry-ready students and accreditation by professional bodies is an essential component in helping us achieve this.”

Gillian Doherty, Director of Education at ATI welcomed SERC as the newest ATI Approved Partner. “We are delighted to partner with SERC. We have a network of approved centres located in Northern Ireland, so we are delighted to strengthen our links with the area through this new partnership.”

SERC offers a range of full and part-time professional programmes designed to help you ‘get the edge’.

To find out how SERC can help you ‘get the edge’ call 0845 600 7555,

or visit www.serc.ac.uk