At Claritas we’ve always prided ourselves on the strength of our Graduate programme. Doing things slightly differently, we understand the benefits of providing all our graduate students with the support they need from their very first day. With an average pass rate of 95.4% across all our accountancy qualifications, our graduates’ success really does speak for itself.
And this week has been no different, with Brandon Laroiya – McCarron finishing his Certificate level of the ACA course, in which he completed his last exam – the principles of Taxation – with a score of 80%.
Brandon comments: “To say I’m pleased is an understatement, to work for a company like Claritas, with the guidance and support they give me is fantastic. All of my colleagues have been on-hand to help and guide me along the way, ever since I joined”.
So far, two other graduates who started on the Claritas programme have qualified as Chartered Accountants, and with four more close behind, it won’t be long before Claritas celebrates many more successes. The ACA and CTA qualifications are two of the most respected professional qualifications and thankfully Claritas understands the time and effort it takes to develop the knowledge and skills that are necessary to pass these courses.
Iain Wright, Director at Claritas Tax adds: “From the start, we do things differently, we give our graduates the flexibility to book their certificate level exams themselves, to ensure they are adequately prepared to complete them. From day one we are in constant dialogue with our graduates, encouraging them to share learnings and advice, not only with other graduates but with the wider members of the team, creating a knowledge-led culture. We want them to be able to input into projects for our clients and feel valued by doing so. Congratulations to Brandon on his achievements”.
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