I wonder is someone could pick up on the points in the post beloWhat are people's experiences, perceptions or thoughts on the number of available opportunities for trainees?
Continued thanks for the adviceThanks to everyone for the advice. It has definitely given me some food for thought.My current thinking is that this is something I would like to explore further. Practice appeals more than industry as I have working in large corporations, and it is soulless. Also long-term, I like the idea of being self employed. So I am guessing the ACA sounds best. Re: the AAT – sounds like it is worth looking at as a first step, although I would back myself to be able to go straight into the ACA (I did my MSc Conversion course in Computer Science with previously knowing anything about computers, and did fairly well).The drop in wages sounds a bit daunting. I have still got some student debt to clear, and a wedding to pay for! However I do not have any dependents, and there is no mortgage (just rent), so I think it will just make life hard, not impossible.Can anyone recommend any good reading I can do to find out more, or open days, or similar that I might be able to attend?Thanks,TimP.S. err, Swiss Toni, or whatever your name is - do be quiet.
Thanks for the advice so far - further questionThanks for the advice so far. The point that firms may question my commitment due to my age is an interesting one, and is something I feared. So, can you start study without a post at a firm?
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