Qualify as an ICAS Chartered Accountant (CA) and launch into a world of lucrative opportunities in accounting, business and beyond.
- qualify for more than accountancy
- earn the prestigious CA designation
- unlock global opportunities
- competitive salaries and job security
ICAS is the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. We’re proud of our roots, but now train all over the UK and provide a globally recognised qualification.
The prestigious ‘CA’ tag indicates that an accountant has reached the highest level, undertaken the ICAS programme of rigorous training and examinations in accountancy, business and ethics, and committed to a process of continuous professional development.
Qualify for business and beyond
The CA is a complete business qualification that’s highly respected internationally, so you could go on to work anywhere in the world, at the highest levels of accountancy, finance and business, at a charity, government body or cutting-edge tech firm
Furthermore, for those with an entrepreneurial streak, becoming a CA provides the key skills to launch a successful business.
The ICAS CA qualifies you for a range of professions including:
- no accountancy qualifications required
- apply with Highers or A Levels
No related qualifications or previous experience in accountancy or business are required to begin training as an ICAS CA, because everything is covered by our syllabus.
All you need are good Higher or A Level results, like those that would secure a place at university.
Competitive salaries and job security
The variety of roles the ICAS CA qualifies you for, and the constant need for top-level accountants, means that chartered accountancy is a highly recession-proof profession with fantastic long-term prospects.
There will always be a demand for the skills of CAs in business. ICAS CAs in their early career average salaries between £29k – £65k.
Classroom study and paid training
- Five-year duration
- invaluable practical experience
- earn while you learn
- supported study and exams
The route to CA qualification usually takes three years. Whilst studying and passing exams with us, you’ll also work a training agreement with an ICAS-authorised employer. This approach allows you to quickly put your newfound theoretical skills to the practical test, gain invaluable real-world experience and earn a competitive salary.
We offer an array of training opportunities, with everyone from small local companies to large multinationals, and learning and exams are delivered across the UK through a flexible blend of online and face-to-face support and resources.
We’re committed to helping our students gain high pass rates so, no matter where or how you train, you’ll receive the first-class ICAS experience.
Additional job details
- UK wide
- Competitive salary
- Contract, dates and working times
How to apply
The first step to becoming a CA is to apply for a training agreement with an ICAS-authorised employer, and the entry requirements vary per employer, so it’s worth checking these before applying.
You can browse our current training vacancies at the dedicated ICAS job site or click the Apply button.
Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 28 September 2023
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Closing date: Continuous recruitment