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You're hired! Red Shoes Accounting recruits three trainees
08/09/2021

Red Shoes Accounting Services in Littleport has added three new trainees to their team as part of the firm's ongoing commitment to skills training and development for young people.

Cezary Karwoski-Budd follows on from Leicester University as a Trainee Accountant with Red Shoes Accounting Services, studying for his Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)  Level 4 qualification. Cezary is currently involved in software training for all aspects of the company's accountancy services, including Corporation Tax, Year End Accounts and Self Assessment Tax Returns.

Evie Heading joins the team as an Apprentice Accountant, studying for her AAT Level 2 and 3 qualification, also with First Intuition. Evie's role includes admin support and the client onboarding process to progress through to technical accountancy training with her apprenticeship.

Learning through a mix of practical on-the-job training, while also working towards their formal AAT qualifications with First Intuition, the apprentices will experience first-hand the roles of a busy accountancy practice. 

Sam Spibey, an undergraduate at Nottingham Trent University studying for a BA (Joint Hons) Business Management with Accounting & Finance, has secured a six month work placement with Red Shoes Accounting. Sam is supporting the accounts team and assisting with tax return administration to gain valuable experience for his degree.

Victoria Cooper, Principal Accountant at Red Shoes Accounting, says: " Cezary, Evie and Sam have made a real contribution to the company already and we’re looking forward to seeing how they continue to develop. They will be presented with day-to-day accounting tasks to help them develop their skills, and will be mentored and supported by the Red Shoes Accounting team.

We have always recognised the benefits that apprentices bring, and encouraging new recruits into the sector is needed now more than ever as the industry tackles a skills shortage exacerbated by the pandemic."