7th November 2017

Six trainees have started professional training programmes with Baker Tilly Mooney Moore. 

Matthew Meston, Orla Quigg and Victoria Bates have joined the Graduate Training Programme. In addition to gaining practical experience, they will study towards the Professional qualifications of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and Chartered Accountants Ireland.  Graduates at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore can select the professional body with which they study and the Firm provides a full package of support to students including study leave, exam fees, training and mentoring.

For the first time, the firm is taking part in Belfast Metropolitan College’s Higher Level Apprenticeship Programme.  Adrien Pelan, Christopher Doherty and Fiona Dick are the first students to take part in this innovative initiative and will gain a Diploma of Accounting Technicians from Accounting Technicians Ireland as well as practical experience. 

Denise Martin, HR Officer at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore is pictured centre with (from left to right); Orla, Matthew, Victoria, Adrien, Christopher and Fiona.