School of Accounting
The School of Accounting would like to welcome five Academic Trainees for the 2016 academic year:
The 2016 Academic Trainees are, from left above: Alex Riddell, Jennilee Oosthuizen, Tebogo Moshogotle, Tamryn Smith and Kirsten Illenberger.
THE ACADEMIC TRAINEESHIP PROGRAMME AT NMMU
The SA Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Academic Traineeship Programme (ATP) provides top quality Chartered Accountancy graduates with an opportunity to further develop their Technical and Professional skills within the academic environment. This is achieved by trainees serving one year (namely the first year) of the three years of their training contract at an accredited university such as NMMU as an academic trainee (AT).
Academic Trainees (ATs) are exposed to various facets of academia during this year, including:
and as such gain an array of skills.
Who should consider partaking in the ATP at NMMU?
Essentially the ATP is a must for high performing students with a passion for learning and the development of others.
(Note: There are rules relating to the ATP, as prescribed by SAICA, which are available on this page as a file you can download or they can be accessed on SAICA’s website www.saica.co.za)
Benefits of partaking in the ATP at NMMU
Note: Besides the ATP, there are other internship opportunities within the NMMU School of Accounting that all accounting postgraduate students (including non-CA) can apply for. Please contact Mrs Bashlique Hayes on 041 504 2904 for more information in this regard.
THUTHUKA CTA MENTORING...Past Academic Trainee (AT) Michael Henebrey, is seen above with his two mentees. These are Thuthuka Bursary CTA Students that met with Michael on a regular basis for motivation and support.
Tel: +27 (0) 41 504 1111
Fax: +27 (0) 41 504 2574 / 2731
PO Box 77000, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Port Elizabeth, 6031, South Africa
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