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Hi is anyone joining kpmg 2015 audit trainee or is working there at the moment ?
I have a few offers and was wondering if anyone could recommend the training programme with KPMG and what is exactly involved in the 12 week induction ?
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Spent 2 years with the Belfast office, great firm. You'll love it.
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Hi thanks for the reply what department where U ?
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Hi is anyone joining kpmg 2015 audit trainee or is working there at the moment ?
I have a few offers and was wondering if anyone could recommend the training programme with KPMG and what is exactly involved in the 12 week induction ?
12 week induction? Are you on the intensive scheme? Usually the induction is just a couple of days.
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12 week induction? Are you on the intensive scheme? Usually the induction is just a couple of days.
I have a graduate audit trainee position I've heard it's a 12 week induction
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I have a graduate audit trainee position I've heard it's a 12 week induction
Then you're probably on the intensive scheme- you'll spend that time in college doing ICAEW exams.
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Then you're probably on the intensive scheme- you'll spend that time in college doing ICAEW exams.
Belfast isn't part of the UK firm and they do the CAI ACA, not ICAEW. The intensive route is very much a KPMG UK ICAEW thing although ICAS graduates may well have completed all exams bar TPE within 12 months of joining.

This thread elsewhere gives some insight on the KPMG Ireland induction - http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...p?t=2057074782
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(Original post by ninja-lewis)
Belfast isn't part of the UK firm and they do the CAI ACA, not ICAEW. The intensive route is very much a KPMG UK ICAEW thing although ICAS graduates may well have completed all exams bar TPE within 12 months of joining.

This thread elsewhere gives some insight on the KPMG Ireland induction - http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...p?t=2057074782
Hi its a 3.5 year contract , think we do the exams over the 3 years
Thanks for the link !
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(Original post by ninja-lewis)
Belfast isn't part of the UK firm and they do the CAI ACA, not ICAEW. The intensive route is very much a KPMG UK ICAEW thing although ICAS graduates may well have completed all exams bar TPE within 12 months of joining.

This thread elsewhere gives some insight on the KPMG Ireland induction - http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...p?t=2057074782
This is right.

I wasn't in audit the audit department.
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