I've been a stay at home mum for the past 4 years, previously having worked in a creative industry, and am keen to retain as an accountant. I've been a bit boggled looking at all the different training routes, and don't want to start down the 'wrong' path. I'm in my 30s, live in London and have a degree, I also have young children.
In terms of moving into a 'flexible' or part-time role in the future, which training route would you suggest? I've always enjoyed working in a corporate environment so would ideally like to start out with a bit of flexibility for my family and do a career push in 5 or 6 years. Is this sensible/ realistic? Could I do the AAT, find a role and then when my children are older do the additional training? What would the pathway to being freelance look like? Any advice much appreciated!